One of the city’s top summer spots is back and better than ever. RendezViews, one of Toronto’s largest (and most popular) outdoor patios just announced their insane partnership will Collective Arts Brewing. Now the already-iconic Toronto spot is getting even better.

Before we jump into the update, let us give you the rundown on Rendezviews itself. The spot first opened last summer as the brainchild of the folks at The Fifth and The Ballroom. It’s situated in a massive former parking lot overlooking Richmond and John, and it comes stacked with great views, great eats, and great drinks.

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But now that’s not all! The partnership with Collective Arts Brewing has turned this spot into a one-of-a-kind, immersive and sensory art experience. Two featured artists, Bruno Smoky and Shalak Attack, have taken over the lot and the adjacent mural at The Ballroom. The entire space, as well as 80 picnic tables are being painted in four distinct colours: yellow, pink, green, and turquoise.

The work is called Reflections by Clandestinos Art, and it aims to tell a visual story of triumph, optimism, and community growth. If all goes according to plan, it’ll be ready to be unveiled to the public as early as Thursday, June 24th. We don’t know about you, but we can’t wait!

So, if you didn’t already have enough of a reason to plan a trip here, now you most certainly do! The incredible RendezViews is sure to be a Toronto summer staple for yet another year.


Where: 229 Richmond St W