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Heated Patios You Can Still Enjoy This Fall

November 3rd, 2016     Posted By

It’s Fall here in Toronto which in turn means patio season is over right? Wrong. Here’s a list of our favourite heated patios that are turning up the heat here in the 6ix.

El Catrin 

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El Catrin calls The Distillery District home and holds a massive Mexican restaurant as well as one of the city’s biggest and most popular patios. It’s not a full covered roof however it sports a handful of huge round fire pits for ambient heat.

Gusto 101

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This Italian restaurant is located on King West and was one of the city’s first locations to possess a retractable glass roof above it’s rooftop patio. We suggest requesting a table upstairs to enjoy this chic space and on winter evenings it’s like dining in a urban glasshouse.

Cold Tea

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Good things are hard to find, Cold Tea being one of them. This speak easy like bar is tucked away in the heart of Kensington Market. With cheap drinks and a heated patio where else would you want to be this Fall?

Cactus Club

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This rooftop deck at Cactus Club is a go to spot in the Financial District. It’s fully covered and heated, however we do suggest making a reservation before heading over as this bustling restaurant seats 500 people over 3 floors.

Each of these patios is a sure thing experience at every price point, hit all of them and let us know what you think.

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