77 Adelaide St. W., TorontoA relaxed pub to make you forget that you’re in the heart of the financial district. Adjoining oak-panelled pool room.
Bars & Pubs
39 Prince Arthur Ave., TorontoThis three-storey, converted red-brick house features time-tested menu items including shepherd’s pie, beer-battered haddock, and bangers and mash. Lunch, dinner,
382 Yonge St., TorontoIf you like your bars brash and brassy, make sure to take a pit stop at this big space that’s
378 Yonge St., TorontoPub-style food—shepherd’s pie, fish and chips, wings, bangers and mash—anchors the menu but doesn’t limit it. There’s also Thai chicken
212 King St. W., TorontoPub-style food—shepherd’s pie, fish and chips, wings, bangers and mash—anchors the menu but doesn’t limit it. There’s also Thai chicken
193 Danforth Ave., TorontoA versatile restaurant on the Danforth—the brunch scene is as energetic as its late-night bar. Menu has broad appeal with
201 City Centre Dr., MississaugaThe name (pronounced fal-cha) means “welcome” in Gaelic. Savour a Guinness and sit down to eat in one of seven
70 The Esplanade, TorontoTraditional Irish pub with comfortable atmosphere. Find such fare as chicken tikka masala, steak and fries, and smoked chicken fusilli.
310 Front St., TorontoTraditional Irish pub with comfortable atmosphere. Find such fare as chicken tikka masala, steak and fries, and smoked chicken fusilli.
803 King St. W., TorontoKing West neighbourhood pub. Intimate space with dark hardwood floors and seats tries to maintain the feel of a pub
1075 Bay St., TorontoA comfortable, laid back pub amidst high-end boutiques and galleries. Friendly staff offer the usual pub favourites of smoked baby
489 King St. W., TorontoNamed for a historic quarter of Dublin, this Irish-flavoured public house is a popular spot for drinks and good times
14 Duncan St., TorontoNamed after a noblewoman twice widowed, twice imprisoned and condemned for piracy, the menu of this Irish pub spans the
245 Eglinton Ave. E., TorontoNeighbourhood brew-pub offers a selection of award-winning craft beers, plus a wide spread of pub-style fare including beef stroganoff, and
928 College St., TorontoUpscale-casual spot for dinner and drinks elevates the typical pub experience with house-infused liquors, local craft beers and gourmet comfort
425 Church St., TorontoPopular haunt in the Church-Wellesley neighbourhood boasts a buzzing main-floor bar, intimate second-storey dining space, and two elegant patios (one
425 Church St., TorontoThis longtime favourite in the Church-Wellesley district is known for its verdant warm-weather patio (there’s a rooftop patio, too). Year-round
10 Yonge St., TorontoA popular place to watch the game. Find 50 TVs and two big screen TVs and an expansive patio. Menu
142 Cumberland St., TorontoThree decades strong, this gathering place remains popular with all types. Down a draft inside while listening to live bands,
589 King St. W., TorontoModern and classic comfort foods are served up at this stylish second-floor space on King West. The menu features gourmet