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9 Toronto Picnics To-Go That Will Take Your Park Date To The Next Level

Say goodbye to your usual PB&J.

9 Toronto Picnics To-Go That Will Take Your Park Date To The Next Level

One of the best ways to soak up the sunshine is by enjoying a meal outdoors, and these Toronto picnics to-go will take your experience to the next level.

You can indulge in delicious brunches and Italian feasts in the fresh air by picking up on of these takeout kits.

O'SOMAE

Price: $11 +

Cuisine: Brunch

Address: 357 Broadview Ave., Toronto, ON

Why You Need To Try It: This new restaurant offers picnic feasts to-go, and you can brunch outdoors with the Eggs Benedict Box and more.

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Reyna On King

Price: $80

Cuisine: Mediterranean

Address: 354 King St. E., Toronto, ON

Why You Need To Try It: Forget packing a sandwich - these picnic baskets are filled with treats like Lebanese tacos, toasted cashew and pear salad, and more. There are several options to choose from, as well as brunch boxes that could also be enjoyed outdoors.

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Terroni

Price: $45+

Cuisine: Italian

Address: 22 Sackville St., Toronto, ON

Why You Need To Try It: Picnic like you're in Rome with these customizable baskets, available for pickup and delivery.

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Ascari

Price: $60+

Cuisine: Italian

Address: 1111 Queen St. E., Toronto, ON

Why You Need To Try It: Indulge in treats like salumi boards, chips and more with these ready-to-go boxes.

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Aviator Danforth

Price: $18+

Cuisine: International

Address: 1458 Danforth Ave., Toronto, ON

Why You Need To Try It: Brunch and afternoon tea picnic sets are available every Saturday from this spot. You'll feel like you're dining in Hyde Park as you enjoy cucumber sandwiches and scones.

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Bar Piquette

Price: $50

Cuisine: Wine bar

Address: 1084 Queen St. W., Toronto, ON

Why You Need To Try It: This spot offers the perfect spread for a sunny day outside, and you can order one of the picnic bags by messaging the restaurant on Instagram.

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Dirty Food

Price: $38+

Cuisine: Brunch

Address: 3070 Dundas St. W., Toronto, ON

Why You Need To Try It: This snack platter will take your picnic up a notch, and you can enjoy sweet and savoury treats.

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XO Bisous

Price: $40 +

Cuisine: Cafe

Address: 60 Adelaide St. E., Toronto, ON

Why You Need To Try It: You can grab your own picnic box for two or four people from this restaurant, and they pair perfectly with some sunshine.

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Light Cafe

Price: $19.99

Cuisine: Taiwanese

Address: 23 Baldwin St., Floor Unit, Toronto, ON

Why You Need To Try It: Did someone say brunch? You can have an early morning feast in the sun with these popular boxes, which come in flavours like pulled pork and lobster.

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