No trip to Toronto is complete without a stop at the city's most scenic ice rink. Tucked away behind York Quay Centre and set against the shoreline of Lake Ontario, Natrel Rink has been a popular skating destination in the heart of Toronto for 30 years. Skaters can listen to music while gliding around the artificially cooled outdoor rink. In addition, the heated indoor change room adds a nice touch for those looking to escape the chilly temperatures.
When you're in need of a little warmth, head to Natrel's rink-side restaurant, Lakeside Local Bar & Grill. This casual dining locale offers gourmet coffee and drinks as well as delicious food whilst overlooking the action on the rink. Cozy up by the fireplace with your sweetie, or settle in for a classic board game like Trivial Pursuit, Clue, or Battleship. You'll also find big-screen TVs showing the latest sport events and classic movies. Plus, the weekly "Wing Thursday" is always a favorite; customers can saddle up with a pitcher of beer and 1 lb. of wings for $22.50. Afterward, you can hit the ice once again.
Don't have skates? Never fear, Natrel Rink offers on- and off-site rentals for all your skating needs. Pay a minimal fee for skate and helmet rentals, or book gear for an off-site event for the entire day. There's also an onsite sharpening service for those looking to get the most out of their personal skating gear. Best of all, skating is free, making Natrel Rink the perfect addition to any Toronto trip.
Date17 Jan 2014
CategoryThings To Do