7 Patios to Visit this Summer
Some of the best patio scenes in the city that you have to visit this summer.
Everyone loves a rooftop patio, and not many have the great view you can find at the Pilot. This 70 year old bar is located right in the heart of Yorkville, not only do you get a great view of the city, but you get to stare at all the luxury cars that drive through this upscale neighbourhood.
Electric Mud BBQ
Source: Electric Mud BBQ’s Facebook
Smoked meat and craft beer headline this popular watering hole in Parkdale. The selection of southern BBQ taste and great bourbon based cocktails draw people from all over the city. Don’t try going here for lunch, they only open their doors at 5pm making it solely an evening establishment.
Sources: Pauper’s Pub Facebook
Pauper’s is a goto pub in the Annex, Pauper’s side and rooftop patios are consistently packed in the summer time. An affordable pub style menu and drink specials make it perfect for anyone looking to kick back and relax with friends after a long days work.
The Drake Sky Yard
The name Sky Yard in itself surrounds the rooftop patio with enough intrigue to make it a must see for Toronto patios. This climate defying patio is open all year round, whether you are looking to enjoy a meal with friends in the summer breeze or a warm drink with that special someone in the crisp winter air, the Drake will not disappoint.
Source: El Catrin’s Facebook
El Catrin is the definition of a patio done right. Their patio might be one of the largest in the city, it is located in the distillery district, and it is also a tequila bar. It sounds like a recipe for a great time if you ask us.
Source: Terroni’s Facebook
How about some amazing Italian food as the sun shines off of your plate? Sounds pretty irresistible to us. This restaurant has three locations, satisfying people all over the city of Toronto day in and day out. Not only are their patios great, but their dishes have been regarded by some as the best Italian cuisine in the city.
Source: The Porch’s Facebook
Located in the heart of the downtown, Porch is quickly becoming a rallying point for Blue Jay’s fans post game. The open roof top has garden lights strung overhead with couch and table seating and even a food truck setup on the corner. Yes that is right, there is a food truck on the roof. The Porch has the looks and the atmosphere of one of those awesome beer commercial we always dream of being in. A must visit this summer.
Queen St. Warehouse
Source: El Furniture Toronto’s Facebook
With a line that is always out the door and down the street, Warehouse on Queen as quickly become a hotspot for $5 food and a cold beer. The laid back vibe of the place is accented by TV screens showing old music videos and classic MC standoffs, which never cease to bring a flood of teenage memories back. The patio boast a beautiful view of the CN tower and a front row seat to MTV events, a great atmosphere for making new friends.