Toronto's Clay Restaurant Rooftop Patio Lets You Dine In Europe

No need to pack your bags for this little European escape. You can live like you're on vacation at this dreamy patio hidden in the city. Surrounded by impressive architecture and leafy trees, this towering venue offers a little slice of overseas. You can have a bon voyage on Toronto's Clay Restaurant rooftop patio.

If you've been craving a getaway, then you need to book a table on this rooftop oasis. 

Located in the Gardiner Museum, Clay Restaurant is bursting with European vibes.

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The towering patio offers sweeping views of the city, and you can enjoy your meal surrounded by majestic architecture. 

You'll feel as though you've jetted away across the ocean as you relax at this spot.

The simple menu offers seasonal, local fare. You can indulge in dishes like the Clay Burger or Fish and Chips.

Take a trip to France by ordering the seasonally inspired French Omelette. 

For dessert, you can fill up on homemade pie for the perfect fall treat.

There are a variety of beverages to sip, including wine, beer, fresh-pressed juice, and the cocktail of the day.

The restaurant is open for patio dining and takeout. You can make a reservation on the website.

The Gardiner Museum is currently open, so you can explore some exhibits after your meal. There is free admission being offered on weekends.

You can have a European getaway without leaving the province by travelling to several spots around Ontario.

This riverside restaurant in Perth will whisk you away to Venice.

The entire town is basically a little piece of Europe, and you can explore so many different places while there to satisfy your wanderlust.

If you fancy a getaway to France, explore these small towns around the province that will have you craving croissants. 

Satisfy your vacation cravings at this European rooftop patio.

Clay Restaurant

Price: 💸💸

Cuisine: Seasonal

Address: 11 Queens Park 3rd floor, Toronto, ON

Why You Need To Go: Indulge in a taste of Europe at this towering rooftop patio in Toronto.

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