10 rooftop terraces now open in Toronto during stage 1
The now open rooftop terraces in Toronto are the ultimate reward for the long summer months spent indoors. Bask in the sun and catch up on all the vitamin D you missed out on during the lockdown while sipping cocktails and eating restaurant dishes that didn’t come out of a takeout container.
Here are the rooftop terraces now open in Toronto.
Yorkville might be fancy, but this pub has several rooftop terraces where they know how to let loose. There’s a vague New Zealand theme to this place, but all you need to fit in here is thirsty and hungry for bar food and beer. They take very limited reservations to make room for many walk-in people.
The Twisted Etobicoke Tail
Now you can reserve a spot on the patio of this Etobicoke pool hall and bar. Make your stay there easy for everyone by arriving on time, and know that contact tracing is still in effect. Otherwise, sit back and sip one of their summery cocktails like a Clover Club.
The roof of the Broadview Hotel
Take in spectacular riverside views from this patio where reservations are required so everyone has a chance to enjoy the view. Cocktails and snacks such as bao are part of a refined menu.
Fans of the King West club will be delighted to return to this sun-drenched rooftop terrace, known for its endless blue, cobalt blue cabanas and breathtaking views of the horizon. Japanese-Brazilian comfort food is ideal for sophisticated meals.
Airy kitchens and beautiful views of the CN Tower await from this entertainment district patio atop a stylish hotel. Expect an airy sense of design and plenty of sunshine while dining by the pool.
Liberty Village has this Irish pub mainstay with a rooftop patio garden that opened on Friday. After this weekend, you can email them to book a hang session with craft beers.
Rock ‘n’ Horse Lounge
At the top of the Rock ‘n’ Horse Saloon in the Entertainment District, there is a rooftop patio known as The Porch serving margarita towers with views of the CN Tower and the hustle and bustle of downtown that will be open every day from Friday.
Hop Brewco Bar
This craft beer bar is located near Peter and Queen with a rooftop patio that won’t take reservations. You will only have to be lucky to have a place to drink your first draft beer in months.
This historic pub has a rooftop patio with views of Yonge and Dundas Square, where they take reservations for groups of four seated at separate, divided tables. One thing that won’t change is their mild draft beer and juicy burgers.
Madison Avenue Pub
This annex pub with a spacious rooftop patio takes reservations through its website and keeps half of its tables for entrees. Enjoy colorful cocktails during your 90-minute session.
Hector Vasquez at Hemingway