Ration (The Beverley)
Right downtown and just steps away from Queen Street Station, this Beverly Hotel by Sonder is exactly where you want to stay to fully experience Toronto’s nightlife. The hotel offers a cozy place to sleep in a contemporary and sleek modern room. And the recently-opened terrace on top is just as comfy and contemporarily designed. Cherry blossoms and wood floors complement the black and white walls behind the outdoor bar, which serves up a special terrace menu, complete with oysters and charcuterie platters.
Just this week, Kost opened up their patio for the summer launch party and it might be the best place to kick off the summer of ’22. Kost is on the 44th floor of the Bisha Hotel in the Entertainment District. With wooden chairs pulled up close to the outdoor bar, a massive blue swimming pool, seasonal menus for breakfast, brunch, lunch, dinner and late-night drinks (including summertime cocktails), and views of the CN Tower, what more could you want from a patio?
The patio on top of Mercer Street’s Le Germain Hotel isn't quite open for the season yet, but it will definitely be worth the wait. Victor Restaurant's patio is a small space—only 14 seats—but that just means it's intimate, private and oh, so romantic. The romance doesn't stop there, as the patio is complete with the twinkling lights hanging above even if there are no stars in the sky, and the fireplace warming you up as you enjoy the delicious menu of shareables, entrées and appetizers.
One visit to Harriet's and you'll be waiting for patio season all year long. Located above 1 Hotel Toronto, this patio offers relaxed seating in wicker chairs and cushioned sofas as you dine poolside with all your closest friends. Between cocktails prepared with fresh juice and bottle service, Harriet's is the place to be no matter what vibe you're aiming for. Harriet’s offers another stunning photo opportunity, whether you want the exotic pool in the bathroom or the orange sunset skyline in the back.