Four Dog-Friendly Patios in Toronto to Try

Patio season might just be the best time of year: you can relax with friends, soak up some rays and enjoy a drink (or three). The only challenge? Finding dog-friendly patios where your pooch can join you in the summer fun. Dog-friendly patios in Toronto aren’t always easy to come by, but fortunately O&B has locations spread out across the city where you and your furry friend are more than welcome. Our dog-friendly patios make for an immaculate summer combo: great views, delicious eats, refreshing drinks and amazing company — furry or otherwise.

Heading out without your pup? Check out our full list of Toronto patios here.

Please note that menu items listed below are subject to change.


Canteen's patio on King Street in the TIFF Bell Lightbox.


Neighbourhood: Entertainment District

Must-try combo: The Mango Colada and Tender Coconut Ceviche are a light, tropical start to any meal

Whether you’re catching a movie, show or a game, Canteen’s dog-friendly patio is the place to be in the heart of the Entertainment District. You and your canine companion can take in the hustle and bustle of King Street over a fresh salad, sandwich or bowl.


A large, sunny patio outside Liberty Commons flanked by red flowers.

Liberty Commons

Neighbourhood: Liberty Village

Must-try combo: The Jalapeño Margarita and Jerked Mahi Mahi offer summer-y flavour with a hint of spice

Liberty Village is a small and intimate neighbourhood, but its compact size can make dog-friendly patios hard to find. Look no further than Liberty Commons’ bright, spacious terrace, which is ready and waiting to host your best friend as you kick back with a pint.


O&B Café Grill's spacious patio with a smooth wooden deck at Yonge & Front.

Oliver & Bonacini Café Grill, Yonge & Front

Neighbourhood: St. Lawrence

Must-try combo: The Frida’s Revenge hibiscus cocktail pairs beautifully with the Beets & Figs salad

Centrally located near Union Station, O&B Yonge & Front’s dog-friendly patio offers a plush place to relax while ensuring you’re still in the middle of the action. People-watch with your pup over lunch or dinner or stop for a quick bite before hopping a train to new adventures.


A multi-level patio with tons of flower pots outside The Rabbit Hole.

The Rabbit Hole

Neighbourhood: Financial District

Must-try combo: The light Adelaide Pimm’s cocktail and the hearty Braised Lamb Rigatoni bring you the best of both worlds

Fancy a brew and nosh? The Rabbit Hole’s large dog-friendly patio faces Adelaide Street, giving you and Fido a lot to see in the FiDi as you sink your teeth into whimsical, British-inspired fare.