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6 Secret Spots In Toronto To Take Your BFF This Fall

Time for some autumn outings!
Toronto's Secret Fall Spots Let You & Your Bestie Live Your Best Autumn Life

Fall is in full swing and it's time to plan some seasonal activities before it fades away. If you and your bestie love everything autumn, then you need to take a trip to some of these places around the city. You can live your most basic lives at Toronto's secret fall spots.

Set aside your ice cream cones and sunglasses, because it's time for everything fall. 

You and your BFF can celebrate the season by heading out to some secret places around Toronto

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No date is complete without drinks, and the city has lots of seasonal brews to offer.

From creepy skull cocktails to perfectly orange pumpkin spice lattes, you can sip the taste of the season all day long.

A new hidden pumpkin pop-up is coming to the 6ix, and you'll definitely want to check it out.

It's filled with cozy fires, autumn-themed food, drinks inside real squashes, and, of course, pumpkins.

One of the best parts of the season is enjoying all the colourful foliage. You and your friend can enjoy a quiet park trail and take in the red and orange views.

Get ready to live your most basic lives at these festive spots around the city.

Sip A Spooky Cocktail

Price: Prices vary

Address: 388 College St., Toronto, ON

Why You Need To Go: Voodoo Child Café serves spooky cocktails and coffees that will get you and your friend in the mood for fall.

Check Out A New Pumpkin Pop-Up

Price: Free admission

When: October 1 - 13, 2020

Address: 621 Richmond St., Toronto, ON

Why You Need To Go: You can go full fall mode at this new pop-up patio, complete with pumpkin bowling, a pumpkin patch, and food inside squashes!

Stock Up On Fall Candles

Price: $95 for lab

Address: 88 Avenue Rd., Toronto, ON

Why You Need To Go: Kandl Artistique is the perfect spot to visit during the harvest season. You can shop for cozy candles, sip warm drinks, and even create your own candle.

Relax At The Almond Butterfly Cafe

Price: Prices vary

Address: Various locations

Why You Need To Go: It isn't fall without a pumpkin spice latte, and The Almond Butterfly Cafe has some outstanding orange drinks for you to warm up with.

Craigleigh Gardens

Price: Free

Address: 160 South Dr., Toronto, ON

Why You Need To Go: Take in the fall foliage at this 3.4-hectare park, complete with a leafy tree canopy.

Indulge In High Tea

Price: $32 per set

Address: 360 Hwy 7 unit 11, Richmond Hill, ON

Why You Need To Go: Have a tea date at this My Cup Of Tea. The fall set will be arriving soon.

Before you get going, check our Responsible Travel Guide so you can be informed, be safe, be smart, and most of all, be respectful on your trip.

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