Summer is the season for picnics, and you'll want to spend all day lounging at this new spot. A parking lot in the 6ix has transformed into a massive eating area, and you can soak up the sun while enjoying all sorts of boozy drinks. Toronto's biggest outdoor picnic just opened, and you don't even need to bring a blanket.
Patios are super popular this summer, and a lot of new outdoor eating areas have been popping up all over the city.
A brand new spot has taken over a massive parking lot in the Entertainment District, and you'll want to check it out ASAP.
Hosted by The Fifth and The Ballroom, Rendezviews is Toronto's biggest outdoor picnic.
The venue informed Narcity that the patio is filled with 80 picnic tables and can hold 480 people. The tables are all 8 feet apart to accommodate distancing.
With vibrant umbrellas and checked table cloths, this spot will give you major summer vibes.
No need to pack a picnic basket, because you can get all sorts of boozy drinks and delicious eats at this spot.
Sip beer, Rum Punch, Martini Prosecco, Mott's Clamato Ceasar, and more as you enjoy the sunny views.
The food menu rotates daily, and some dishes that have been offered include burgers and fish and chips.
The patio is open from Wednesday to Sunday from 4 p.m., weather permitting.
Entry is free, and a token system allows for cashless transactions.*
The Distillery District has also opened a new European-style patio this summer.
You can relax beneath yellow umbrellas and indulge in food from several participating restaurants at this spot.
Casa Loma has also opened a new garden terrace where you can dine like royalty.
Get your friends together and spend the day picnicing on the new Rendezview patio.
Price: $10.50 per token
When: Wednesday - Sunday from 4 p.m.
Address: 229 Richmond St. W., Toronto, ON
Why You Need To Go: Chill out at Toronto's biggest outdoor picnic this summer.
*This article has been updated.