Layer up and grab a drink at one of these 77 heated Toronto patios.
With dining restrictions in place, Toronto’s restaurants and bars are pulling out all the stops and extending their outdoor services. Heaters are popping up on most patios and thankfully, we can still enjoy our city’s vibrant restaurant scene regardless of the chilly weather.
If you’re wondering which Toronto patios near you are currently heated, this comprehensive list helps pinpoint your options.
Check back regularly for updates as patios continue to open. We recommend contacting businesses for the most current details.
With 10 rotating taps of local craft beer and mouthwatering burgers—what’s not to love? This casual spot prides itself on serving only the best pub food made with delicious ingredients.
If the flashy neon sign doesn’t attract you, we don’t know what will. This 70’s-style bar has shareable plates and a seasonal drink menu that includes everything from cocktails to beer.
If you like French cuisine and delicious drink options and a warm patio, Le Phénix is your spot. The menu changes monthly so there’s always something new to try.
A neighbourhood favourite thanks to its sprawling patio, and now with warming fire pits, The Rhino also serves an extensive selection of beer, pub eats and cocktails.
The name says it all! Not only does this small and humble spot provide yummy drinks and eats, but its heated patio is also covered, protecting you from all natural elements.
Enjoy casual Italian dining that includes handmade pasta and simple ingredients, just like nonna makes! Lucia’s patio is covered, heated and also includes a fire pit.
Choose from 26 taps, rotating craft selections, ciders and locally-inspired cocktails. The Alpine puts quality first, which also extends to their sharing menu of flavourful food.
Another great spot with both a heated and covered patio, Osteria Rialto serves Southern Italian cuisine inspired by the Liguria, Emilia, Tuscan and Lazio regions. The wine selection is also excellent.
Three Speed’s dreamy, rustic patio is now conveniently heated as well. With everything from beer, wine and cocktails (their list changes seasonally), they also cook up comforting favourites like mac n’ cheese.
Brazen Head’s patio has both heaters and fire pits. This Irish pub serves typical pub fare, including wide-ranging beer options. Or choose from a large selection of wine and liquor, if beer isn’t your jam.
The Morning After is a playful brunch and dinner spot that cheekily refers to itself as The Night Before when the sun sets. Either way, its patio is open (and heated) to serve both your brunch and dinner cravings.
Pizza, beer, cocktails and wine—oh yes! This Queen West haunt also serves pasta and Italian-inspired entrées on their recently opened patio.
We couldn’t live without the Drake Sky Yard’s artsy patio jazzing up our nights out and Sunday brunches. This trendy favourite still serves looks and mimosas, with added heat.
This charming French-inspired bistro is about as authentic as it gets. Enjoy traditional French dishes like Steak Frites and escargots cooked to perfection. Don’t forget your coupe de vin!
Enjoy an all-vegan menu that offers everything from plant-based tacos to burgers to cheesecake. Wash it down with a smoothie or cocktail, or both!
Reserve your table at Bar Raval’s patio far in advance as this restaurant is popping. Head to the Little Italy hotspot for Spanish-inspired tapas and specialty drinks.
A hot bowl of ramen on a heated patio sounds like perfection! Tondou Ramen serves authentic Japanese ramen, piping hot, alongside other Japanese dishes like gyoza, karaage and more.
Smack in the heart of Little Italy, Café Diplomatico provides a comprehensive menu of Italian eats from pizza to pasta, in addition to pub favourites like nachos and cheese sticks.
Craving homemade Italian dishes? Tav’s is a rustic gem that prepares gnocchi in a multitude of ways—they even have Gnocchi Tuesdays, followed by Pizza Wednesdays. Sign us up for both!
Inspired by classic Italian recipes passed down through generations, Giovanni’s makes traditional family dishes with contemporary influences. It’s all cooked with quality ingredients.
Rustic Aegean fare is what you get at this delicious Greek tavern or should we say patio! Mamakas is famous for putting together some of the tastiest Greek dishes throughout its seasonal menus.
Head to Reposado for Toronto’s largest selection of premium tequila. They also serve delicious tapas and offer a small selection of wine. Their patio space is limited so reserve in advance.
La Palma’s elevated Italian dining includes 100-layer lasagna and albacore tuna crudo, among other delicacies. Complemented by tropical cocktails, it’s a fine spot to treat yourself.
Bar Vendetta is a pasta and wine bar that also serves sandwiches and tacos—a pretty well-rounded selection if you ask us. And their heated patio is also covered.
The Wes Anderson-inspired bar now hosts patrons on its curbside heated patio. You can also purchase fleece blankets while you’re there, with proceeds going to Covenant House.
Union’s heated patio is available by reservation only. This humble and charming French-inspired bistro is a fine choice for brunch or dinner, with farm-to-table dishes that change seasonally.
Baro’s gorgeous rooftop patio is open and heated. This King West gem serves their Latin-infused eats and cocktails during dinner, brunch and even happy hour.
Marben is a farm-to-table culinary experience. With everything chosen carefully from seasonal ingredients to wine bottles to cocktail blends, it’s a great spot to truly indulge.
Head to this heated patio for elevated pub food and a comprehensive drink menu. The cocktail selection is rich, with ample wine and beer options as well.
Belfast Love Public House prides itself on delivering an authentic English pub experience. Alongside its extensive beer selection, non-beer drinkers can choose from cocktails and wine.
Labora is killing it in the outdoor patio game. Not only are they stocked in flame heaters, but they currently serve hot cocktails that’ll warm you from the inside out.
If you’re searching for a heated patio that’s also dreamy, look no further. Lapinou delivers all-around French charm with romantic ambiance included. Enjoy a luxurious menu and rich wine selection.
With a prohibition-esque aesthetic and an eclectic menu that serves unique takes on jalapeno poppers, maki rolls and bao buns, Regulars is anything but regular.
King Rustic reigns in the artisanal dining realm. Their platters are made from scratch, with recipes passed down from generations. Their drink menu also prioritizes craft spirits.
Located on the 44th floor of Toronto’s Bisha Hotel, Kōst serves delicious food, cocktails and looks. With unobstructed views of the CN Tower, this rooftop patio is a scenic must-try.
Treat yourself to elevated Italian cuisine complemented by refined cocktails and an imported wine selection. Figo’s patio is a great choice for that special night out.
This art gallery slash restaurant delivers an eclectic menu of Canadian, Asian, Indian and Mediterranean eats on its heated garden patio. Their drink selection is also wide-ranging.
Toronto’s popular sports bar and nightclub fired up its patio heaters for the season. Head to The Ballroom for traditional pub food and drinks, in a friendly and vivacious setting.
In the heart of the Financial District, Bymark offers an unforgettable dining experience elevated by upscale cuisine, a comprehensive wine selection and exceptional service.
Chef’s Hall has it all! Literally. Whether you’re craving ramen or pizza, or even a sprinkle-covered cake—it’s a great spot for groups with varying tastes in food.
Specializing in Japanese omakase, head to this patio for a unique sushi experience. With a pre-planned omakase menu, the curated meal lasts around 30 minutes and incorporates traditional omakase practices.
Amsterdam BrewHouse’s patio is unbeatable with both lower and upper levels that overlook Lake Ontario. Enjoy a beer from their onsite brewery or choose from a large selection of specialty cocktails.
Miku offers one of the best sushi experiences in Toronto. Incorporating traditional Japanese ingredients and methods like Aburi, it’s a must-try for when you want to splurge.
Pie Bar specializes in pizza and cocktails. What more can you ask for? Well, they also serve brunch on weekends and their heated patio opens up to killer views of Lake Ontario.
Toronto’s historic steakhouse is a great indulgence for when you’re feeling fancy. Highlights include dry-aged steak, oysters, lobster, caviar and classic martinis.
Good food, good service and good vibes—especially a good beer selection. With a focus on microbrews, C’est What also prioritizes their patrons’ warmth by providing disposable blankets.
CRAFT Beer Market cooks all your pub favourites: deep-fried pickles, nachos, burgers, poutine and more! Add to that an endless list of drink options, especially craft beer (obviously).
Try The Chase’s elegant rooftop terrace for a refined dining experience that includes a fresh raw bar, artisanal platters and flavourful cocktails.
With a curated menu that includes locally-sourced ingredients and carefully chosen wines, GEORGE delivers a full sensory experience from sight to taste to smell, and beyond.
Feel like you’re on a patio in Paris! Cluny Bistro is renowned for its overall French atmosphere, which translates to a delicious menu—ahem, piping hot French onion soup.
With a sprawling space and huge fire pit, El Catrin also provides its patrons colourful ponchos to keep warm. Their delicious Mexican eats (try the guac!) and cocktails go without saying.
Taste authentic Catalan flavours from Executive Chef Ramon Simmaro. Smack in the heart of the Distillery District, Madrina’s patio seats you among beautiful outdoor art installations.
Cabana’s waterfront patio transformed into a new pop-up experience. Heated, covered and well-sanitized, the artsy space serves a well-rounded menu of yummy eats and drinks.
Friendly service with great quality pub food and brews—head to The Aviary for an amazing time on a generously-sized patio. They even serve brunch on weekends.
This quaint French bakery also prepares delicious French-inspired eats, complemented by a curated list of beverages which includes a cocktail of the day and select wines.
Part of the John Bars—The John 1 is located in Bloordale Village—The John 3 has a heated patio, albeit subject to the weather, and an eclectic menu with lots of vegan options.
With some of the best views of the Toronto skyline, Broadview Hotel’s The Rooftop is one of the most popular patios in the city. Make sure to reserve well ahead of time.
Named after one of the oldest train stations in Paris, Gare De L’Est lives up to its name by offering authentic French dishes and wines. Head to this Brasserie for a true taste of France.
Wynona’s heated patio is open for reservations, weather permitting of course. Enjoy Italian-inspired dishes with simple and fresh ingredients, complemented by an all-natural wine list.
Conveniently named after its location, Dundas and Carlaw’s casual patio serves drinks, coffee and food. The price is right, with an atmosphere that’s homey and welcoming.
The Wren’s menu rotates seasonally with a focus on comfort food like smoked meat sandwiches, smoked wings, fried arancini and more. They also offer a large selection of craft beer and cider.
Craft beer and home cooking are what you’ll find at this humble Toronto pub. With elevated bar eats made from locally-sourced ingredients, head to this spot for next-level comfort food.
A neighbourhood favourite for over 30 years, Paupers Pub offers an extensive menu of pub fare from wings to nachos and even tacos. Their drink list includes traditional cocktails and beer.
Located within Casa Loma, BlueBlood Steakhouse’s Terrace is open for your next sophisticated outing. The elegant restaurant offers a refined dining experience, specializing in dry-aged steak and seafood towers.
If you love antojitos, aka Mexican street food, then El Pocho is for you. They specialize in Mexican-Californian tapas with fiery cocktails to match.
Atomic Ten takes a Mexican-inspired twist on cultural favourites. Find traditional staples on their menu like tacos and churros, among creative fusions like Mexican Pad Thai.
A Spanish-inspired cocktail and tapas bar, Bar Reyna’s heated patio is weather-dependent and reservations are recommended. Make your way to this popular spot for one of the best boozy brunches in Toronto.
Chef Rony Ghaleb heads this vibrant Lebanese restaurant that serves staples like hummus, baba ghanoush and meze. And in case you didn’t know, Lebanese food is all about sharing so make sure to wash your hands thoroughly.
A neighbourhood favourite since 1944, head to The Pilot’s rooftop patio or better known as The Flight Deck. With an aviation theme throughout, it’s a lively spot for casual eats and beer.
Known to have one of Toronto’s best multi-level patios (now with extra heat), Hemingway’s is also renowned for its New Zealand-esque décor and atmosphere. The owners happen to be from Down Under.
Made with high-quality ingredients and a passion for cultural authenticity, Sofia serves only the best of Italy. The cocktails by Master Mixologist Nishan Chandra really hit the spot.
Il Patio di Eataly by Aperol is a quaint, garden-like terrace where you can sit and enjoy delicious Italian eats and Italian-inspired cocktails by a toasty heater.
Located in Toronto’s historic 136-year-old Gooderham House, Maison Selby specializes in French cuisine and beautifully-crafted cocktails. Their heated patio comes with individual tabletop fire pits.
Head to this craft brewpub’s patio for your fill of elevated pub food like lobster mac n’ cheese. Then wash it down with your choice of flavourful Granite beer.
Located at CF Shops at Don Mills in North York, Mantra’s delicious new Indian cuisine is a nice way to end a day of holiday shopping. Enjoy classic Indian dishes with an innovative twist.
More than just pasta, Queen’s Pasta Café serves delicious Italian food in all varieties, in a friendly setting. Along with homestyle eats, look forward to flavourful cocktails and a large selection of wine.
Head to one of Etobicoke’s most popular bars for traditional pub fare that includes build-your-own bowls. In addition, you’ll find a nice selection of beer and wine, all at reasonable prices.
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