Best boozy slushies in Toronto

Slushies aren’t just for kids, thanks to some creative bartenders across Toronto! From cider slushies to boozy slushies topped with gummy bears, these are the top drinks to choose from this summer. Here are the best boozy slushies in Toronto. [Photo courtesy of The Porch]

The Porch

1
250 Adelaide St W, Toronto, ON M5H 1X6

The Porch is home to one of the best rooftop patios in the city, plus it serves up the infamous Bulldog Margarita Served in sandcastle pails, it’s the most popular item on the cocktail menu for good reason. This drink is customizable: customers can choose lime, raspberry or mango for flavour, and then choose a tequila. The whole thing is topped off with a bottle of Corona.

Home Of The Brave Inc

2
589 King St W, Toronto, ON M5V 1M5

Home of the Brave’s slushy menu is always changing, so you can expect everything from a Long Island iced tea slushy to a Moscow Mule slushy. The Americana-style bar always delivers on quality of cocktail and the slushy variations are no exception!

Rhum Corner

3
926 Dundas St W, Toronto, ON M6J 1W3

Jen Agg is a very busy lady, when she’s not writing memoirs or running four restaurants she’s coming up with delicious tropical cocktails at Rhum Corner. Her Haitian snack bar is currently serving Negroni and Pina Colada slushies that hit the spot on those warm summer nights.

Si Lom Thai

4
534 Church St, Toronto, ON M4Y 2E1

Si Lom just opened its doors and the Thai bistro is already serving up boozy slushy concoctions. The slushy buckets come two ways: The Jolly Bear and Friend Kamikaze (multi-coloured vodka drink topped with gummy bears), or the Beer-Plus-Rita, a bucket of tequila-spiked lemonade topped with a bottle of Corona.

Cactus Club Cafe

5
77 Adelaide St W, Toronto, ON M5X 1C1

Rosé for days! Actually, make that frozen rosé for days at the Cactus Club. The rosé slushy is the drink to be seen drinking this year, on and off Instagram. Called Froze, it sees rosé slush mixed with strawberries, elderflower, vodka and lemon.

Momofuku Daisho

6
190 University Ave, Toronto, ON M5H 0A3

Momofuku has been serving boozy slushies for years, so you’ll be happy to know that they are back this summer! The Seven Spice Sour is made with sake, togarashi, yuzu and lime, while the Strawberry Sangria is made with pais, strawberry and lavender.

Louis Cifer Brew Works

7
417 Danforth Ave, Toronto, ON M4K 1P1

Two words: cider slushy. That should really be the driving force to get you into Louis Cifer Brew Works. Made with Pommies slush, you can get these unique cider slushies in two flavours – original and rhubarb-apple.

The One Eighty

8
55 Bloor St W, Toronto, ON M4W 1A5

The Electric Lemonade on the menu at The One Eighty is summer in a glass. It’s bright blue, thanks to the Hypnotiq and blue curacao, and is mixed with limeade and white cranberry juice. The drink is fun, refreshing and delicious.

Don Don Izakaya Inc

9
130 Dundas St W, Toronto, ON M5G 1C3

Don Don Izakaya is home to the infamous Polar Beer. Originally from Japan, the frozen beer made its debut in Toronto the summer of 2015, and has become a summer drink staple. The Sapporo beer has a sub zero foam that keeps the beer fresh and cold until the lost drop.

Madame Boeuf

10
252 Dupont St, Toronto, ON M5R 1V7

The hottest bar this summer has to be Madame Boeuf! Located behind Bar Begonia, this outdoor bar is another spot to get your hands on frozen rosé. You can grab the boozy slushy and take in the unique atmosphere of Madame Boeuf.

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