Restaurants may have closed up their indoor dining rooms for the next few weeks, but Toronto's patios remain open.
And now, it's even easier to explore the outdoor dining spots in your area.
Mayor John Tory just helped Destination Toronto launch a brand new resource called To Go Toronto, which lets you browse eateries by neighbourhood.
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Yesterday we powered up ‘To Go Toronto’ to help connect people with restaurants offering takeout, delivery, and pat… https://t.co/uufbvpTTaB— John Tory (@John Tory)1602768768.0
The site gives you three options to choose from: take-out, delivery, and patio dining.
Not only can you filter your search by region, but also by cuisine. For this, there are 86 options.
The site gives residents a chance to support local businesses amid the closures.
Premier Doug Ford recently admitted that such closures would destroy the lives of restaurant owners.
In an effort to help them stay afloat, Mayor Tory is encouraging restaurant owners to add their establishments to this registry.
Indoor dining was suspended in Toronto for 28 days last week, as part of the city's return to a modified stage two.