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Hot Dining: Patio Season

George's courtyard patio

When warm weather finally arrives, Torontonians find lots of reasons to stay outside. Alfresco dining is chief among them, and many of the city’s top restaurants happily oblige. The private courtyard at George fills up at lunchtime as eager eaters enjoy the fresh offerings of lauded chef Lorenzo Loseto. Fuzion Resto-Lounge & Garden also has an outdoor urban oasis, with shade and ambience provided by palm fronds and tropical flowers. Or head to Yorkville’s One, where a large street-level patio means you can combine people watching with your fine dining.

One response to “Hot Dining: Patio Season”

  1. P.D. says:

    I love warm summer nights in Toronto. For me there’s nothing like having dinner or drinks on a nice patio or terrace. I think my favourite patio in the city is at Polson Pier, and I love the Drinks Show that they host each summer. For those of you who don’t know, the Drinks Show is 2 nights of partying, dancing, great music, and of course, the hottest, newest cocktails out there. It’s a must for any cocktail-loving, patio-dwelling Torontonian. I’ve already got my tickets for this year’s show in July.

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