Toronto neighbourhood welcomes over 10,000 sq feet of new patio space

Jul 20 2020, 5:22 pm

If you’re hankering for some patio drinks and a meal in the summer air, consider visiting the Junction for your next outing.

The neighbourhood just welcomed over 10,000 sq ft of new patio space thanks to the city’s restaurant and bar restart effort,¬†CafeTO.

From Indian Grove to Quebec Avenue along Dundas Street West, you’ll find several newly launched patio spaces spilling onto the sidewalk, featuring tables spaced six feet apart, with proper sanitation laws in place.

The streetside resto-bars are already operating and will be offering outdoor seating for the neighbourhood to enjoy through to November 15, weather permitting.

In need of a refreshment? A beer at Indie Alehouse is probably your jam, or maybe you’d prefer Hush Hush for some gelato. And food to help you beat the heat can be found at Deco, where mouthwatering Italian is on the table.


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“We are dedicated to supporting the goals and success of our local businesses,” says Carol Jolly, Executive Director at The Junction BIA.

“The Junction prides itself on being a community that fosters creativity and ingenuity and the Caf√©TO program provides exactly that for our restaurants and bars.”

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