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.
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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.
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.
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.
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.