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Bars & Pubs



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The Bottom Line

22 Front St. W., Toronto

This busy bar and eatery beside the Hockey Hall of Fame serves up a menu of casual favourites like burgers,

The Bristol and Bombay

1087 Queen St. W., Toronto

On the ground floor of the historic Great Hall events venue sits this spacious pub for  English and Indian comfort

The Caledonian

856 College St., Toronto

Extremely true to its roots, this pub is decorated in the style of the traditional Scottish watering hole: wood furnishings

The Citizen

522 King St. W., Toronto

Huge King West establishment is a combination sports bar and prohibition-era cocktail parlour. Fare includes everything from swank bar snacks

The Commodore

1265 Queen St. W. , Toronto

Classy-casual bar boasts a finely honed list of cocktails, international wines and local craft beers—which do well accompanying upscale seafood-focused

The Crest Gastropub

794 St. Clair Ave. W., Toronto

Low-key establishment offers a little something for everyone. The stripped-down interior is decorated by mainly by televisions—for watching the big

The Dock Ellis

1280 Dundas St. W., Toronto

Low-key contemporary sports bar features Ontario craft beers on tap, plus a chef-driven menu of small and large snacks—fried and

The Emmet Ray

924 College St., Toronto

Friendly staff serve late-night nibbles to an upscale clientele at this west-end watering hole named after the lead character in

The Fifth Pub House & Café

225 Richmond St. W., Toronto

Laid-back sister space of upscale resto The Fifth Grill and Canadiana-chic night spot Cabin Five. Offers a sizable menu of

The Football Factory

164 Bathurst St., Toronto

A Queen West–area haven for all things football (which is to say soccer). Watch matches for the English Premier League,

The Fox And Fiddle

3055 Dundas St. W., Mississauga

Great Britain may try to claim this as its pub-style legacy, but her hold on the menu is a loose

The Hogtown Pub & Oyster

633 College St., Toronto

A gastropub without being too showy about it, the Hogtown offers a relaxed environment in which to celebrate the successful

The Loose Moose

146 Front St. W., Toronto

Downtown tavern boasts modern cabic-chic decor, a contemporary menu that encourages sharing and one of the largest selections of draught

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

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 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 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 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 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 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,
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