A secret patio pop-up for dinner & drinks has opened in an alleyway on Locke Street

If you like your nightlife adventures with a side of sneakiness, a cool new hidden alleyway patio that just opened on Locke Street will do the trick.

This semi-secret hospitality project, called Reservoir, is what its creator Ryan Furlong calls “a stealthy patio for cold drinks, good food, and music under the stars.”

Hidden in the alleyway at 211 Locke Street South, Reservoir is a distanced patio with everything a Hamiltonian nightlife lover could want: an assortment of adult beverages, enticing eats courtesy of Chef Ken LeFabour of elevated catering staple Nellie James, and a comfortable, relaxed setting to enjoy those fleeting summer nights with good company and good vibes.

This out-of-the-ordinary patio pop-up is set to be open on weekends only while the weather is still nice, and is one of many outdoor dining options available to partake in during Saturdays on Locke: a new initiative for which a stretch of Locke Street is closed to car traffic to create a distanced outdoor dining district for all upcoming Saturdays until September 12th.

Wanna get in on this covert operation with your favourite friends in your 10-person social circle? Check out Reservoir at 211 Locke Street South (beside the former Brown Dog Café) on Fridays from 7 pm to 11 pm, Saturdays from 12 pm to 11 pm, and Sundays from 12 pm to 11 pm.

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