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A Pop-Up Pumpkin Patch Is Opening Right In The Middle Of Toronto

Indulge in everything fall!
Toronto's Fall N' Leaves Patio Opening Next Month Is An Autumn Lover's Paradise

If the word fall has you putting on your flannel and switching your diet to pumpkin spice lattes, then you need to visit this new pop-up. You can enjoy a harvest wonderland filled with hay bales, pumpkins, festive food, and more. Toronto's Fall N' Leaves patio will take you straight to autumn-heaven next month.

There's another activity to add to your fall bucket list. 

A new pop-up patio is tumbling into Toronto, and it's brimming with autumn vibes. 

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Fall N' Leaves is a themed pop-up experience that offers food, drinks, and seasonal activities. 

The outdoor, social distance venue is officially opening October 1 and will run until October 13.

The patio is decked out in all sorts of fall decor, including 5,000 pounds of hay and 7,000 hanging leaves.

The pop-up boasts a wood fire bbq pit and oven, as well as a wine bar.

You can indulge in all kinds of fall-inspired foods, from candy corn on a real cob, to Thanksgiving poutine and pizzas.

You can take it a step further by sipping hot chocolate from a pumpkin, eating pasta from a squash, or grabbing a bowl of frog leg caesar salad.

Even the drinks have an autumn vibe, and you can sip pumpkin spice Moscow mules, cinnamon sangria, and more.

Fall N' Leaves TO

No autumn day is complete without a trip to a pumpkin patch, and you can go picking at the patio's mini patch and snap some cute photos.

You can also go pumpkin bowling and let your inner artist shine while pumpkin painting.

There are four fire pits for you to warm up by, as well as a hay bale sofa to lounge on.

The venue is offering Date Night Paint Nights and Wine Tastings which can be booked in advance for groups of 4 to 6.

Following October 13, the space will transform into a spot for private events such as Oktoberfest and Drag shows.

Get your autumn on at this harvest paradise next month.

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Fall N' Leaves TO

Price: Around $5 - $20 per food item

When: October 1 - 13, 2020

Address: 621 Richmond St., Toronto, ON

Why You Need To Go: Live fall to the fullest at this harvest-themed pop-up patio.

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