La Carnita Eglinton
The mural printed on the side of La Carnita Eglinton promises “no bad days,” and that doesn’t seem like a hard promise to keep with a patio this nice. La Carnita is always a great choice for spending Taco Tuesdays, but this location might just be their best. You’ll get to enjoy the one-of-a-kind seafood tacos and fresh margaritas while seated beneath twinkly overhanging lights and potted greenery in an enclosed, shaded space.
Duke of Kent
A “brilliantly British” pub from the lineup of Duke pubs, Duke of Kent is as simple as it gets: good craft beer, delicious pub grub and laid-back seats in the sun. Its location facing Roehampton Avenue means you’re close enough to the action of Yonge and Eglinton without having to speak over it for your dinner date to hear you!
This rooftop patio is only a ten-minute stroll from Yonge and Eglinton and it will welcome you instantly. Beneath a canopy of umbrellas for shade, the wooden tables on Kramer’s patio are community-style, making it easy to talk to the couple dining next to you. Between Kramer’s line-ups of karaoke and trivia nights and the active nightlife, this pub is great for meeting your next best friends.
Fox: A Firkin Pub
This back patio provides the privacy and quiet needed after a day spent shopping through Toronto’s downtown on a summer Saturday afternoon. Nestled between wooden walls, wooden floors and ceilings, Fox offers a rustic and relaxed atmosphere for enjoying the best in pub favourites like tacos, nachos and pretzels.
This uptown wine bar offers up an intimate space beneath the bright sign on the front patio. CIBO’s patio is one of the best in streetside dining, as the indoor dining area opens into the al fresco space. With the dining room lights illuminating the patio, and the fresh summer breeze freshening up the dining room, CIBO offers the best of both worlds, no matter if you prefer the indoors or outdoors.