Toronto's most romantic patios

For a summertime date night, nothing beats a cozy spot with a romantic atmosphere, and luckily, Toronto has lots to choose from. When it comes to date night, patio ambiance is everything, so set the scene for love at one of Toronto’s most romantic patios!  

George Restaurant

1
111 Queen St E, Toronto, ON M5C 1S2

This courtyard patio is the perfect spot to take your date if you want to impress. The calming atmsophere, coupled with the fine dining menu makes George one of the most romantic patios in the city! The patio accommodates about 40 people.

Nuit Social

2
1168 Queen St W, Toronto, ON M6J 1J5

Nuit Social’s backyard patio is dimly lit, perfect for an intimate dinner for two. Dine on eclectic cuisine that includes some of the best charcuterie plates in the city! The ambience is perfect for a cool summer night date.

Auberge du Pommier

3
4150 Yonge St, North York, ON M2P 2C6

With a historic setting, a Parisian-inspired terrace and some of the best French cuisine in the city, what more could you ask for when planning the perfect date? Auberge du Pommier’s patio is almost like a secret garden, complete with shrubbery, cobblestone and potted plants! The sprawling patio seats 70 people.

The One Eighty

4
55 Bloor St W, Toronto, ON M4W 1A5

If the chic dining room isn’t enough to woo your date, then you should grab a spot on the rooftop patio. The view of Toronto’s skyline and lit-up office buildings is stunning!

El Caballito

5
220 King St W, Toronto, ON M5H 1K4

Not all dates have to be super sophisticated; some prefer something laid back and fun. This is where El Caballito comes in. The backyard patio lights up once the sun goes down, and has a taco bar and some of the best tequila cocktails in Toronto.

Harvest Kitchen Diner Inc

6
124 Harbord St, Toronto, ON M5S 1G8

There are two patios to choose from at Harvest Kitchen, but our recommendation for a romantic evening would be the 35-seater on the second floor. Surrounded by tree canopies and opportunity to soak in the sun, this patio is great for a casual date.

Le Select Bistro

7
432 Wellington St W, Toronto, ON M5V 1E3

As if Le Select Bistro wasn’t romantic enough, the patio adds even more romantic ambiance to the King West eatery. The French restaurant’s patio is out front and is the perfect date spot, not matter the time of day. The cobblestone and bistro-style seating will make you feel like you were whisked away on a European vacation.

Miku Restaurant

8
10 Bay St, Toronto, ON M5J 2R8

Miku’s patio is cozy and luxurious. While there might not be much privacy, (it’s a street side patio), you’ll barely notice the people walking by as you dig into Miku’s renowned sushi platters. The sofa seating will have you cozying up to your date in no time.

Bar Reyna

9
158 Cumberland St, Toronto, ON M5R 1A8

A new kid on the block, Bar Renya has a fun and romantic backyard patio. With wood paneling and comfy seating, this is the perfect spot for first dates! Pro tip: relax those nerves with Bar Renya’s infamous cocktails.

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