10 excellent restaurants in Toronto with rooftop terraces and breathtaking views

Toronto’s rooftop terraces are beautiful on a beautiful summer day. These spots that offer incredible views take everything to a whole new level when the food is as good as the scenery.

Here are some great restaurants with rooftop terraces with stunning views of Toronto.

baron

Specializing in reinvented Latin dishes with a modern twist – think pan-fried pulp a la plancha, lomo saltado and oysters served with a tequila-lime mignonette – this King West restaurant offers “fiesta hour” on weekdays from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m.

Stock CT

With one of the largest patios in the Yonge and Eglinton corridor, Stock TC is both a deli and restaurant serving a wide variety of brunch, lunch and dinner options along with colorful craft cocktails.

Find the Stock TC patio in the city center.

Taste 501

You can find innovative Italian dishes at this massive Corktown restaurant and feast on their secluded terrace overlooking the city below. The brunch options like the ricotta pancakes are amazing, as well as their creamy pastas served at dinner time like their mafalde e funghi.

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Terroni-sur-Yonge

This Terroni location is the perfect place if you want to feel like you’re eating in a big open space in the sky – one of Toronto’s historic clock towers is prominently displayed, along with a beautiful skyline of the city in the distance. Oh, and their Neapolitan style pizza with no modifications is also amazing.

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This Summerhill gem offers views of the Clock Tower in some places.

The hunt

The large open rooftop patio of the Financial District is right in the middle of the hustle and bustle. It’s the perfect place for a special occasion or business party if you’re a seafood lover with cash to spare.

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Soak up downtown on this chic rooftop.

Kasa Motorcycle

This stylish Yorkville Japanese restaurant serves up sophisticated dishes like wagyu tataki, lobster caesar and grilled whole sea bass. It’s hard to think of which is more impressive, their food or their rooftop terrace, which offers a quiet and comfortable escape from the busy city streets below.

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This rooftop patio is huge and equipped with televisions for entertainment.

Harriet’s roof

This rooftop patio at 1 Hotel near King and Bathurst offers one of the most impressive and expansive views in the city, plus offers diners great food and drink. Their Asian-inspired menu consists of items like wagyu kastu sandos, hush octopus pups, and miso cod.

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Climb the 1 hotel to find this magnificent refuge.

Bar Mignonette

This hidden gem has a rooftop patio that overlooks Dundas West and has plenty of seafood and wine options, making for a chic and trendy night out. You can find everything from oysters, jumbo prawns and caviar to a full-fledged seafood tower for two.

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Catch this view of the city a few floors up.

Casa La Palma

Just down the street from Bar Mignonette on Dundas West, this Italian restaurant has a small sunny patio that overlooks the street below. They serve a varied menu of seasonal grilled vegetables, pizzas, pastas and grilled meats like lamb scotaditto.

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Another city view is within reach at this Dundas West hideout.

Cost

With another soaring patio offering sweeping city views, face to face with the CN Tower, this Bisha Hotel restaurant is where you want to go when you feel like it’s chic. They even have a swimming pool open during the summer to really please those West Kost vibes.

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Live a little, 44 floors up.

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