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You Can Sip Boozy Marshmallow Hot Chocolate At Toronto’s New Harvest Patio

This spot has all the fall feels!
Toronto's Harvest Patio Has Boozy Marshmallow Hot Chocolate

Celebrate autumn to the fullest at this newly transformed spot in the city.

Toronto's Harvest Patio will transport you to a fall paradise this season. 

Located at the Cry Baby Gallery, the cozy patio is complete with warm cocktails, haybales, and heaters to keep you warm.

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You can sip some heart-warming boozy beverages as you enjoy the autumn aesthetic.

The Coco Caliente is a must-try for chocolate lovers. The drink features house-made spicy cocoa and a heap of torched marshmallows for some extra sweetness.

The menu offers a variety of other warm boozy beverages, mixed drinks, wine, and beer.

The patio will be open as long as the weather is comfortable enough to be outside.

Put on your favourite flannel and sip some cozy drinks at this fall paradise!

Harvest Patio

Price: 💸💸

Cuisine: Drinks, snacks

Address: 1468 Dundas St. W., Toronto, ON

Why You Need To Go: Indulge in the spirit of fall at this cozy patio, complete with warm drinks.

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