Rooftop Bars Toronto
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When the warmer summer months finally arrive, a rooftop Toronto is really the place to be. Elevated drinks, bites and views; life is good!
To help you find the top venues, this guide will lead you straight to the best rooftop bars Toronto. From sky-high rooftop lounges to charming Toronto rooftop patios and the best of Toronto rooftop restaurants, packed with all info you need about about each terrace: opening hours, dress code, pics, maps, booking links and much more.
So, which is the best rooftop Toronto has to offer? Just scroll down and find the Toronto rooftop bar best suited for you.
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This guide was made by The Rooftop Guide, the world's leading experts on rooftop bars. With over 800 rooftops visited over the last five years, we keep you up to date in the ever growing universe of rooftop venues.
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Prime season: May-Sep
Residents: 5 millions
Which is the best rooftop patio Toronto has to offer? This complete guide will help you find the best rooftop bars in Toronto. The climate in Toronto is classic temperate, with cold winters and hot summers. This means that most of the Toronto rooftops only stay open during the warmer months, from about April to October.
The Toronto rooftop patios often gives a great view of the majestic city skyline, and comes with good quality regarding both food, drinks and service.
The Toronto rooftop scene has expanded during recent years, and the more classic and lower patios and Toronto rooftop restaurants have been complemented with sky-high rooftop lounges and plenty of rooftop pools.
Toronto is Canada's largest city. It has nearly 80 ethnic backgrounds and 100 different languages. This makes the city one of the most multicultural in the world. Here you will also find the world's second tallest free-standing building, the CN Tower that stretches 553 meters into the sky. For tourists visiting the city, there is a wealth of things to experience. Museums, theaters, galleries, festivals, comedy clubs and different kinds of events. The city is classified mostly as Canada's largest cultural center.