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The top 5 new backyard patios in Toronto

The top new backyard patios in Toronto offer sweet refuge from the city's hectic streets. If you're on the hunt for a summer spot with a touch more privacy than the average sidewalk terrace, these hidden gems are worth trying to snag a spot at.

Here are my picks for the top new backyard patios in Toronto.

Addison's Residence
This mock Beverly Hills home has a chic backyard patio fit for the most upscale of bashes. It's decorated to the nines with hanging lights, outdoor sofas, astroturf, fire pits and just about everything else you could ever want at your own crib.

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Clocktower Bar
Clocktower Bar's patio is pretty bare bones. It has simple wooden tables, a few hanging lights, and a some heaters for good measure.

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The Walton
The Walton flaunts a dreamy little backyard space complete with hanging white lanterns, fairy light-covered trees and a healthy dose of greenery.

Greater Good

The Greater Good
The backyard patio at The Greater Good is a stellar option if you're on the hunt for pizza and draught beer (there's a rotating selection of slices courtesy of North of Brooklyn pizza). The decor is wood-heavy with strings of fairy lights for added charm.

Bar Reyna

Bar Reyna
Bar Reyna is decked out with potted plants, minimalist murals and a healthy dose of wood. Of course, if you can't snag a spot out back you can always post up on the sidewalk patio.

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