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Embrace Disruption PR’s Best Toronto Patio Guide

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Patio season is what makes spending the summer months in the city so amazing. One of our favorite things to do is grabbing a drink with friends outdoors; complete with clear blue skies overhead and the gorgeous city view as backdrop. We have put together a list of must-visit patios around Toronto to make your summer planning a little easier. Whether you’re looking for cheap drinks or rooftop views, you’ll be sure to find something here. Although we haven’t visited every single patio on this list, we will keep you posted with reviews throughout this summer as we make our way through this selection.


Against The Grain

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For an incredible view of the lake, Against The Grain is your best bet. Located in Harbourfront and right next to Sugar Beach, it’s within walking distance from downtown Toronto, but the slow waves and glistening sand in the distance will take you away from the stress of the city.

Le Papillon on the Park

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Visit Le Papillon on the Park if ever you want to unplug and unwind after a busy day. Inside, you will find a cozy yet modern atmosphere, which is perfect for after work. Their rooftop patio is lined with rows of greenery and is complete with a full bar.

Park Hyatt Roof Lounge
Park Hyatt Roof Lounge

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The celebrity-favourite Roof Lounge on the 18th floor of the Park Hyatt hotel is more for the classier, martini-sipping crowd. Located in the heart of Yorkville, their patio offers a breathtaking panoramic view of the city skyline. The Roof Lounge is also home to a legendary bartender who has been serving drinks at hotel for over 50 years!



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Wish is a hidden gem tucked away on a quiet street just minutes away from the busy Yonge and Bloor intersection. Walk a little too fast and you will already have missed this quiet getaway. Their petite but unbelievably cozy patio is perfect for an intimate dinner for two.


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This old-fashioned restaurant has the warmest and most homey atmosphere. Draped by century-old willow trees overhead, it almost feels like you are relaxing in a friend’s backyard.  Visit Allen’s for the overdue catch-up sessions with your best friends!

Hot House Café

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The bright and spacious setting at the Hot House Café is great for people watching. Sip from their extensive wine selection while sneaking peeks at what your neighbouring tables or passerbys are doing! (We’re only half joking..)


Java House

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Java House is a city favourite; a must-go summer hotspot amongst Torontonians. The secret? Their fine blend of cheap drinks and welcoming atmosphere. But then again, who can complain about $4 pints?

Only Café

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The Only Café is the secret hangout for students, artisans, self-proclaimed hipsters, and most importantly, beer lovers. With 24 in-house taps of Canadian-made goodness, this place is a must for those who enjoy the refreshing taste of a cold brew. On a side note, they are expanding and will be serving beer from their very own in-house brewery, 7 Minutes Fast, very soon!

The Madison

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Get this: 12 bars, 5 patios, over 50 TVs, live entertainment all under one roof! Need we say more? Besides, their usual crowd of university undergrads is an unquestionable sign of good and cheap drinks!

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    1. Brandi says:

      These look like great places to enjoy the summer heat on the patio! Especially for someone outside of T.O., it’s so great to find a list of places that are a “must visit” :) I’m always wondering where to go when we hit up Toronto!


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