On the hunt for the most beautiful patios in Toronto to take all your pretty Instagram photos at?
I’m all about hitting up Instagrammable places in the city, and there are plenty of gorgeous patios in Toronto worth visiting.
Whether you’re looking to snap a cute Instagram photo or just eat at somewhere nice with your friends, you’ll definitely love visiting these adorable patios in Toronto.
Be sure to book reservations ahead of time to ensure you get a table by calling into the restaurant!
Here are some of the prettiest and most beautiful patios to check out in Toronto this summer.
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Beautiful patios in Toronto
The Gardens at Casa Loma
Enjoy a dreamy patio meal at The Gardens at Casa Loma, a historic mansion just outside of the city.
From Ahi Tuna Nachos to Lobster Ravioli, you can enjoy all kinds of upscale yet casual delights at Casa Loma.
You’ll get to enjoy the beautiful gardens at Casa Loma, as well as the stunning view of the Toronto skyline, but unfortunately this doesn’t include access to the inside of Casa Loma!
LOCATION: 1 Austin Terrace, Toronto, ON
Craving some authentic Italian pizza (and some Instagrammable views)?
Terroni has a few locations across Toronto and they all have patios, but their Rosedale location on Price Street has the prettiest patio of them all.
Their rooftop patio features wood panelled ceilings, hanging straw lamps, plenty of greenery, and even an incredible skyline view – especially if you get the table facing the LCBO occupying the historic building across the street!
LOCATION: Various locations
Smith is a gorgeous French restaurant that’s popular for their brunch, as well as their adorable patio.
With brick walls and hanging lights, their patio is super cute and Instagram-worthy.
They’re only open on weekends at the moment, so definitely reserve ahead of time if you want to get a table!
LOCATION: 553 Church St, Toronto, ON
La Bartola is a plant-based Mexican restaurant in Toronto, and they’ve got a gorgeous back patio with string lights, hanging florals, and a wood-panelled fence.
They use local and Mexican-imported ingredients to create their authentic dishes, and you can enjoy it alongside Mezcal, craft mocktails and cocktails, or Mexican beer (on tap!)
They also make their own tortillas fresh in-house daily, using non-GMO corn imported from Mexico.
LOCATION: 588 College Street, Toronto, ON
Cluny is one of the best restaurants in the Distillery District, and they’ve got a beautiful semi-enclosed outdoor patio, wrapped in faux vines and twinkling lights.
Enjoy all of the European vibes while indulging in delicious French dishes.
It’s a super cute patio to visit with your girlfriends, or to go on a romantic summer date!
They even have heating for those extra chilly evenings at the end of summer.
LOCATION: 35 Tank House Lane, Toronto, ON
While I’ll admit I’m not crazy about the food, the vibes and the views are definitely worth it.
It’s on the 44th floor, so you can enjoy panoramic views of the city skyline on the rooftop patio.
They’ve got prob one of the best views of the CN Tower, AKA the perfect backdrop to all your Instagram photos.
There’s even an outdoor pool on the rooftop patio!
LOCATION: 80 Blue Jays Way, Toronto, ON
This adorable Mexican bistro serves up incredible authentic Mexican food and margaritas, and they’ve got a gorgeous and cozy patio.
They also serve up Mexican brunch if you’re looking to try something unique, and you can peep out more of their menu in my Fonda Lola restaurant review!
LOCATION: 942 Queen St. West, Toronto, ON
Beautiful patios in Toronto:
- The Gardens at Casa Loma
- Smith Restaurant
- La Bartola
- Cluny Bistro & Boulangerie
- Fonda Lola Mexican Bistro
These were some of the prettiest and most beautiful patios in Toronto worth checking out!
If you’re looking for more Toronto restaurants to visit, check out these posts:
- Best patios in Toronto
- Rooftop patios in Toronto
- Covered patios in Toronto
- Best spots for drinks in Toronto
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