Guide: 7 year-round patios in Toronto for any weather
Dreaming of one last patio drink before December comes? No need to dream, because Toronto has some perfect year-round patios! Get way more than one last patio drink in, because these patios come decked out with shelter, heaters, and enough bevvies to weather any storm.
Here are 7 cozy year-round patios in Toronto to keep patio szn alive!
Recognized as one of the best patios in the city, Baro’s all-season patio will keep you cozy year-round with its stunning tropical interior and South American-inspired menu! Located on the rooftop, the space is fully enclosed and heated so you can get a dose of summer anytime.
Where: 485 King St W
Cactus Club has a retractable roof to keep you toasty and dry, so you can spend a little longer up here enjoying their legendary happy hour. Enjoy happy hour thoroughly enough, and you should stay pretty warm on the trip home!
Where: 77 Adelaide St W
The Sky Yard at the Drake isn’t just the coolest space around, it’s also a great option for cooler days. Part of the patio is covered and winterized to keep the precipitation away.
Where: 1150 Queen St W
Pasta will warm you from the inside, the enclosed patio will warm you from the outside. Still feeling chilly? Just order another glass of wine, that should do the trick.
Where: 101 Portland St
The theme here is New Zealand, so it wouldn’t feel right if you were getting a foot of snow dumped on you. The enclosed patio lets your kiwi party keep rocking through cooler days.
Where: 142 Cumberland St
Remember El Catrin’s Winter Brunch Challenge? While the patio might be chilly in the winter, they’ll reward your perseverance with Mexican brunch. Take advantage of 25 heaters, a giant fire pit, blankets, and plenty of Mexican hot chocolate. If you make it through the meal, you’ll get a 50% discount! The challenge usually runs from February through mid-March, but the fire pit blazes through lots of the cold days.
Where: 18 Tank House Ln
This enclosed corner patio is one of the coziest out there. Literally, it’s not that big, so maybe just invite a few people. However, it’s the perfect spot to cuddle up with a couple of friends and watch the snow fall over some tasty tapas.
Where: 505 College St
The weather outside is frightful, but this year-round patio is delightful…