Get excited, Toronto! If you just can’t wait for cozy autumn days, you’ll soon be able to make your way over to the city’s fall-themed outdoor pop-up and indulge in everything you love about the season. Fall n’ Leaves is opening up in the heart of downtown for the second year in a row, complete with fall foliage, pumpkins, and hay bales to make you feel tucked away from the busy city.

There’s so much to do and experience at Fall n’ Leaves this season, including everything you loved about last year’s pop-up, a representative told Curiocity. In addition to picking and painting your own pumpkin, you can warm up by an open fire, lounge on the hay bale sofa, go pumpkin bowling, and so much more.

You’ll want to bring your appetite and indulge in some delicious eats made in the wood fire BBQ pit or wood fire oven, pumpkin poutine, and soup served inside of a squash or pumpkin.

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As for drinks, you’ll have a variety of autumn-inspired cocktails to choose from, including a boozy take on the PSL, as well as red and white imported wines.

The best part is that you don’t need to book your table in advance, you can just walk right up without a reservation. But, if you’re coming with a bigger group or want to reserve a wine tasting or paint night for you and a few friends, you’ll want to buy your tickets ahead of time. You can even book out the entire venue for a special occasion.

Fall n’ Leaves has some exciting events planned for the month of October, including Oktoberfest and Drag Halloween shows. It’s an ideal destination for fall-themed fun without venturing out of the city. Although, if you’re up for a bit of an adventure, you can hit up one of many exciting autumn festivals and events around the GTA.


Where: 621 Richmond St
When: October 1st — October 17th, 2021