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Toronto's Massive Waterfront Pool Bar Has Transformed Into A Magical Winter Patio

Sip boozy apple cider in a glowing tent!
Toronto's Massive Waterfront Pool Bar Has Transformed Into A Magical Winter Patio

Summer may be over, but this pool bar isn't ready to say goodbye to patio season.

Toronto's Marquee waterfront patio is taking over the Cabana Pool Bar for the colder months, and it looks like the most magical place to dine.

The 5,400 square foot tented dining space has cozy heaters and glowing decor.

Editor's Choice: Toronto Is Now Letting Patios Stay Open All Winter & You Can Stay Warm With Heaters

The venue officially launched on October 24, 2020, and reservations are available to book online.

You can indulge in a new dinner and Sunday brunch menu, as well as winter cocktails like vodka apple cider.

The tent is made even more magical with the florescent art installation, which uses glowing colours and projections to mimic a sunset.

The venue will offer exclusive menus for special occasions like Halloween and New Years Eve.

Keep patio season going all season long by visiting this fantastical winterized spot.

The Marquee

Price: 💸💸💸

Cuisine: Seafood and steak

Address: 11 Polson St., Toronto, ON

Why You Need To Go: Enjoy a meal on this magical winter patio, complete with an illuminated art installation.

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