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Bars & Pubs



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Yellow Griffin Pub

2202 Bloor St. W., Toronto

A west-end Toronto neighbourhood staple, known for its more than 35 specialty burger options. Choose from beef, chicken, turkey, pork,

Wvrst

609 King St. W., Toronto

European beer hall-style eatery offers a casual atmosphere and menu specializing in sausages, served “currywurst style,” or more simply on

Williams Landing

120 Lynn Williams St., Toronto

This Liberty Village restaurant uses fresh and locally sourced ingredients in their dishes. Steak frites, charcuterie pizza, and mango curry

West 50 Pourhouse & Grille

Sussex Centre, 50 Burnhamthorpe Rd. W., Mississauga

Casual yet sophisticated beer bistro and eatery in the Sussex Centre, across from Square One. More than 100 taps pour

Weslodge Saloon

480 King St. W., Toronto

This stylized upscale take on the watering holes depicted in Hollywood westerns attracts an upper-crust clientele with premium drinks and

Two Bite Saloon

840 Bloor St. W. , Toronto

As its name suggests, this tavern offers up a handful of easy-to-eat snacks—seven types of sliders specifically fit the bill.

Triple A Bar

138 Adelaide St. E., Toronto

Suitably scruffy spot for bourbon, beer and Texas-style barbecue: the short but sweet menu lists the likes of smoked dry-rub

The Wallace Gastropub

1954 Yonge St., Toronto

Easygoing midtown haunt in a Tudor Revival building. Doles out generously portioned pub classics, including steak pie, butter chicken, flatbreads

The Village Idiot

126 McCaul St., Toronto

Corner spot is airy yet intimate with a neighbourhood-y vibe. Menu includes varied favourites ranging from a grilled chicken salad to

The Tavern by Trevor

147 Spadina Ave., Toronto

From the owners of a casual fine-dining restaurant (chef Trevor Wilkinson of Trevor Kitchen and Bar) and a dive bar

The Roy

894 Queen St. E., Toronto

A favourite watering hole of Leslieville locals, The Roy is a cozy spot for everything from a conversation over a

The Rose And Crown

2335 Yonge St., Toronto

Super-popular with students, professionals and the more mature set. Menu features international offering such as pad thai, samosas, sandwiches, and

The Roncy Public

390 Roncesvalles Ave., Toronto

Easygoing grill and lounge has a lengthy menu of comfort-fare favourites: pulled pork tacos, fried chicken and waffles, maple-glazed pork

The Rebel House

1068 Yonge St., Toronto

A diverse clientele frequents this neighbourhood pub, which features a number of renowned Canadian microbrews. Menu focuses on comfort-fare favourites,

The Queen And Beaver

35 Elm St., Toronto

Upscale yet comfortable British-style public house. Gather for a pint and some Premier League football action, or tuck in for

The Pilot

22 Cumberland Ave., Toronto

An area-institution for more than 60 years, the bar was named in honour of World War II pilots. Refreshingly unpretentious

The Passenger

2968 Dundas St. W., Toronto

Eclectic, retro-chic gastropub in the Junction neighbourhood offers a short menu with such dishes as glazed Arctic char, grilled polenta,

The Oxley

121 Yorkville Ave., Toronto

From the owners of high-end pub The Queen and Beaver comes this equally inviting establishment, dressed up to suit its

The Ossington Stop

1164 Dundas St. W., Toronto

Though not technically located on its namesake street, this bar and eatery shares much of the hip strip’s hallmarks. Expect

The Monk’s Table

1276 Yonge St., Toronto

Like the English pubs that inspired this chic midtown establishment, the cozy feeling of the neighbourhood is in abundance. Features
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