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Top 12 Patios in Liberty Village

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Spring is officially here! It’s time for us to shake off the winter blues and put an end to hibernation mode as we get outside to catch up with one another.

Liberty Village is gearing up for the warmer weather with some amazing patios to host and entertain you for a quick coffee or for a whole evening of fun. This spring, set your sights on some of this neighborhood’s up and coming patios, along with some longtime favourite spots.

Liberty Village Restaurant Patios

Mildred’s Kitchen 85 Hanna Avenue

This longtime favourite for breakfast and lunch offers up a classy and charming patio where you can enjoy their delicious food.

William’s Landing 120 Lynn Williams Road

Enjoy a fantastic meal or a refreshing cocktail right in the epicenter of Liberty Village. William’s Landing has a nice 2nd-floor wrap around patio.

Brazenhead 165 East Liberty Street

With patios on the first, second and third floors, there’s plenty of room for patrons to enjoy Brazenhead’s Irish pub fare outside.

Local Pub 171 East Liberty at the corner of Atlantic Avenue.

With a fun, casual atmosphere and a rotation of craft beers on tap, Local’s patio has plenty of seating for everyone to enjoy gather after work or kick back on the weekend.

School Restaurant 70 Fraser Avenue

This go-to  breakfast and lunch spot offers their menu on their vibrant, welcoming patio, complete with a red awning.

Shoeless Joes 1189 King Street West

Cheer on and catch the latest Toronto FC, Argos or Blue Jays games here! Shoeless Joes, located in one of the historic Toronto Carpet Factory buildings, offers a really cool vibe and outdoor patio TVs and screens.

Liberty Village Quick Stop Patios

Aroma, 120 Lynn Williams Street

If you only have a few minutes to spare, Aroma has a simple, yet effective patio where you can enjoy a coffee on a work break or as part of a weekend stroll.

Starbucks 85 Hanna Avenue

The Liberty Village Starbucks offers its guests an outdoor area where you can finish up some last minute work, catch up with friends, or share a moment with your beloved dog.

Tim Hortons 171 East Liberty

Tim Horton’s offers its coffee lovers a few chairs and tables outside to savour their drink and people watch along the Liberty Market Alley.

Bugigattolo Kitchen  54 Fraser Avenue

This new cozy Italian eatery on the west side of Liberty Village is excited to welcome patrons to their patio this season.

Big Rock Brewery  60 Atlantic Avenue 

This restaurant and brewery almost two years in the making opens this summer in a joint venture with Oliver & Bonacini at 60 Atlantic Avenue.

The Craft Brasserie

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With a seating capacity of 50, they are able to entertain after work parties or small intimate gatherings and guests to enjoy their food and 120 craft beers outside.

Patio Etiquette

  1. Be patient. Most bars and restaurants don’t take reservations for patio tables.
  2. Be courteous. Don’t use more chairs or space than you need so more people can enjoy the patio with you.
  3. Be understanding. Liquor licensed patios have a seating capacity and may have to turn guests away if it has reached it maximum.
  4. Be reasonable. Smoking on restaurant and bar patios is illegal in the city of Toronto.

Photos courtesy of Goran Petkovski
Cover photo courtesy of Williams Landing


Meg Marshall

Meg is a fashion enthusiast, loves checking out Toronto restaurants, is a horse mom, and loves the community of Liberty Village. When not in Toronto, she can often be found in Chicago, another favourite city of hers. Check out her personal blog at

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