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Bars & Pubs



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Hoops Sports Bar and Grill

125 Bremner Blvd., Toronto

Despite its name, basketball isn’t the only game in town at this sports bar. A 10.5-foot-wide infinite plasma TV holds

House on Parliament

454 Parliament St., Toronto

Cheekily named hangout in the Cabbagetown neighbourhood is a homey space offering more than a dozen craft beers on tap,

Hunters Landing

82 Fort York Blvd., Toronto

Modern tavern–style spot in the midst of one of the city’s biggest blocks of residential condos—and just a stone’s throw

Hush

303 King St. W., Toronto

Smack dab in the fray of the King Street theatre and cinema district, you’ll find Hush, a restaurant, bar and

Imperial Pub

54 Dundas St. E., Toronto

A neighbourhood bar in the middle of downtown. The Aquarium Bar is on the main floor; upstairs, the cozy Library

Indie Ale House

2876 Dundas St. W., Toronto

INDIE ALE HOUSE As its name suggests, this Junction-area establishment independently brews, pours and sells its own beers, including its

Irish Embassy Pub & Grill

49 Yonge St., Toronto

The 1873 building offers a majestic environment to savour Irish whiskey or Guinness. Menu offers traditional favourites such as Irish

Kitch

229 Geary Ave., Toronto

Two-level bar, lounge and eatery is packed with eclectic furniture and a whole wall’s worth of classic stereo speakers. Mexican-leaning

Kramer’s Bar & Grill

1915 Yonge St., Toronto

This midtown resto-pub is a neighbourhood staple for quality food and nighttime entertainment. An eclectic menu for all hours includes

Lansdowne Brewery

303 Lansdowne Ave., Toronto

This fledgling craft beer producer hosts a bare-bones but comfortable pub with a rotating selection of local ales plus some

Local 1794

1794 Danforth Ave., Toronto

Stylish East York gastropub boasts a long, butcher block-style bar plus a handful of comfy booths. Cosmopolitan fare ranges from

Louis Cifer Brew Works

417 Danforth Ave., Toronto

A sizeable brewpub-style restaurant on the Danforth with 250 seats and lots of dark woods, leather and a tin ceiling.

Madison Avenue Pub

14 Madison Ave., Toronto

Annex area staple, affectionately termed the “Maddy” by locals. Six levels in three joined Victorian houses, featuring a single-malt scotch

Mill Street Beer Hall

21 Tank House Lane, Toronto

Enjoy a cold one at this enormous sister space of the longstanding Mill Street Brew Pub. Pull up a seat

Mill Street Brew Pub

21 Tankhouse Ln., Toronto

Housed in an original 1870s tankhouse, this pub is a tribute to Victorian industrial architecture and the winner of multiple

Monarch Tavern

12 Clinton St., Toronto

A popular local watering hole since 1927, the two-storey space welcomes a diverse array of patrons for drinks, casual dinners

Museum Tavern

208 Bloor St. W., Toronto

Across the street from the ROM, this Americana-style pub features classic dishes with creative twists, such as the seared ahi

Nuit Social

1168 Queen St. W., Toronto

Build your own sharing platters and boards at this globetrotting charcuterie and wine bar: choose from a selection of meats,

P.J. O’Brien

39 Colborne St., Toronto

This city pub has all the comforts of a local Irish watering hole—copper bar, cozy booths, wainscotting and snug—but with

Porter House

1321 Dundas St. W., Toronto

Savour British-style snacks and plates at this Dundas West pub. That said, don’t go in expecting roast beef and pork
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