In Canada, we don’t shy away from the cold weather, we find ways to embrace it! There’s nothing more cozy than warming up to an outdoor fire pit at a great venue with good company. Whether you have hot coffee or hot chocolate, a glass of wine or a pint, or even a hot toddy, there’s no question that if you spot an outdoor fire pit with a few people gathered around it, you’re more than likely going to join them.
We rounded up the top five outdoor fire pits to enjoy in some of our areas of service:
Prince Edward County, Fire And Frigid Water
It’s no secret that Prince Edward County is a coveted summer vacation escape. But in the winter it’s equally as magical. Head to the Drake Devonshire
, where they serve delectable dished and upscale cocktail and enjoy the wintry scenery of West Lake with its frosty waters by the beach-side fire pit. BYOB –bring your own blanket ;)
Muskoka, Hot Mulled Cider By The Flames
(photo from Johnston's Cranberries)
If wine and cheese is more your thing, head over to the Muskoka area and enjoy a little wine and cheese fireside at Johnston’s Cranberries
. Even better, warm yourself up a little more with the hot mulled cider.
Toronto, The Hottest Seat In Kensington Market
If you walk past Trinity Common
on Augusta Street and see a few people hudled around the blazing fire pit with pints in hand, you don’t continue on your way. You join the community fire pit have a drink, and make some friends.
Collingwood, Relax And Warm Up
Just finished a day on the slopes at Blue Mountain, but not quite ready to take it inside? Take a load off and enoy the communal fire in The Village. You're bound to meet to new friends, and keep warm at the same time. Not to mention, it's the perfect spot for people watching and taking in The Village.
Muskoka, Crackle and Suds
knows how to warm the hearts and fingers of cottage-lovers in the winter. Stop in for one of their delicious pints, and hang out by the outdoor (and very well branded) fire pit to enjoy your suds. After all, Muskoka is all about the outdoors, so you may as well enjoy it when you’re there.