Toronto’s best brewpub patios are the ultimate summer retreat.
These sun-soaked patios are perfect destinations to work on your tan AND stay hydrated with fresh-from-source craft beers. Here are 10 of Toronto’s best breweries with patios:
Beers, Muskoka chairs, and a pristine view of the harbour… this lakeside brewhouse has it all. Settle in for a little R&R with a 3 Speed in hand.
Address: 245 Queens Quay, Toronto
In Toronto’s west end this brewpub boasts a sprawling patio where trees are planted in between the table. On tap, a rotating selection of house specialties including the summery Hassel-Hef.
Address: 2121 Dundas Street West, Toronto
One of the hottest places to be on a summer day in Toronto, seats are always in high demand on the picket fence fronted patio on Ossington at this local brewery.
Address: 124 Ossington Avenue, Toronto
Escape to this brewpub and music hall that also boasts a pretty sweet boulevard patio. Here your can kick back with a pint and a Ploughman’s Platter while the busy Bloor Street traffic passed by.
Address: 1184 Bloor Street West, Toronto
A few outdoor tables can be found facing College Street at this nano-brewery. It’s fortunate because the neighbourhood really comes alive in warm weather and the chance to take it all in while sipping a Farmhouse Bruin is one of life’s simple pleasures..
Address: 928 College Street, Toronto
Plastic patio furniture does nothing to detract from the allure of this midtown tied house. Crisp Summer Ales and a shady patio are pitch perfect during a heat wave.
Address: 245 Eglinton Avenue East, Toronto
The Liberty Village brewpub is set to debut its patio this summer, and when it does, it means brunch, lunch, and dinner paired with the house Big Rock beers can will be on offer al fresco AND in full view of the brewing operations.
Address: 42 Liberty Street, Toronto
The rooftop beer garden offers a spectacular view from the centre of Toronto’s towering skyline. Find house brews on tap, while a food truck parked amongst the skyscrapers turns out beer-friendly snacks.
Address: 31 Mercer Street, Toronto
In Toronto’s historic Distillery District this brewery, brewpub, and beer hall boasts sprawling patio seating at its two adjacent venues. Here, the kitchen menu is as expansive as the beer list offering selections like wings, poutines, and flatbreads.
Address: 21 Tank House Lane, Toronto
Phone: 416-681 0338
Not far from Woodbine Beach, this newly opened brewpub has already opened its rooftop patio for its premiere summer season. Look forward to up to 18 beers on tap and a menu of fries, tacos, and skewers.
Address: 1001 Eastern Avenue, Toronto