Soak up the sun, have some drinks with friends, and enjoy splendid meals. With patios opening up, now is the time to check out our favourite Niagara patios!
A landmark of Niagara-on-the-Lake, the Shaw Café & Wine Bar boasts a picturesque patio adorned with a lovely collection of beautiful flowers. Relax surrounded by the beauty of this patio and terrace and enjoy the bistro cuisine and European style while soaking up the sun’s rays. With a wine list featuring over 20 of Niagara’s best, be sure to visit the Shaw Café & Wine Bar patio this summer.
Located in Vineland Station, Lake House Restaurant features a stunning view of Lake Ontario as you relax in the sun with your favourite glass of Niagara wine. Pair it with the Mediterranean cuisine and transport yourself to a little village on the water in Italy while barely leaving your backyard! Head there for dinner and stay for a while to take in the breathtaking sunset over the lake. The restaurant itself is a stunning, centuries old Niagara home and said to be one of the first stops in the Underground Railroad. History, food, and basking in the sun. It can’t get much better than that!
This list would not be complete without mentioning the Falls. Located in the heart of Niagara Falls, the Queen Victoria Place Restaurant boasts stunning views of the crashing Falls from their patio. Enjoy locally sourced food from chef Sidney Krick, local beers, and local wine as you bask in the mist and sun while admiring the roaring Falls.
Niagara’s wine country has some spectacular patios, but none better than the Barrel House Grill at Peller Estates. Described as Niagara’s most picturesque patio, the view will make you feel like you’re in a vineyard somewhere in the south of France, but without that long pesky flight! Sit in the sun and enjoy sensational farm-to-table food from Chef Jason Parsons. Paired with delicious Niagara wine, this patio is a can’t miss this summer.
Niagara is full of fantastic micro-breweries, but the patio at Lock Street Brewery may make it our favourite! This lush, green oasis is better described as a beer garden than a patio. You’ll be transported from your everyday troubles of kids, work, and stress into a gorgeous garden while enjoying the best local beers Niagara has to offer.