During the warm months we love our outdoor brunches- but who says that needs to end because cooler temperatures have arrived! We have gathered the Top 5 places with patios to enjoy the outdoor post summer.
The wooden slats and exposed brick give the patio a loft-like feeling. Soak up the fall sun while enjoying brunch with friends. Upper Deck by Frans offers up home-style comforts with a focus on Americana and international flavours.
They say it's all in the name- well gusto means tasty in Italian! Their weekend brunch is from 11 AM to 4 PM and serving up modern takes on Southern Italian classics. They have not one but two patios to welcome you where they do their best to merge the everyday with the exceptional.
Visiting El Catrin is something right out of movie- their decor is top notch and feels very authentic to the restaurant's Mexican vibe. They have been rated as having one of the best patios in town. El Catrin's brunch is served on weekends and holidays.
This venue not only offers amazing views as it is a rooftop setting, it boasts a chic decor. A 360° glass facade, pyramidal skylight, and expansive rooftop terrace make this an unforgettable location.
This patio has instagram worthy written all over it! This atmospheric restaurant, in a timeless two-storey Victorian house boasts a year-round back patio. This mediterranean restaurant doesn't miss a beat and infused that flair into their brunch.
Smith has become a staple in Toronto and a patio and bar you are not going to want to miss out on! Chic & comfortable French restaurant with a great brunch menu, creative cocktails & unique style.
Best way to cap off a weekend brunch outings is to relax and pour yourself a bath and indulge a relaxing weekend vibe. What's your favourite go to Bathorium product?
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All too often, Sunday evenings are total downers – the bulk of the weekend has come and gone, and by the time the sun has set, we’re shrouded in the Sunday Blues.
Enter Self-Care Sunday. By ending the weekend with something to look forward to, you’ll wrap your two-day break on a positive note