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  • 817 Sports Bar

    Boasting a multitude of flat screen TVs with surround sound, this spot in the exciting downtown hub of Queen Street West feels more like being in an arena. The food and drink is way better, though.

  • Amsterdam Barrel House

    Amsterdam Brewery is taking its crisp lagers and bone shakers up north at Amsterdam Barrel House. The East York brew house is a more sophisticated pub than its Distillery District counterpart. With a more elegant atmosphere, it's no wonder this is where the brewers keep their barrel-aged and sour beer program.

  • bar hop

    Reflecting on the Bar Hop ethos — and the beer selection in particular — Pingitore describes the concept as “a craft ale house with mostly local microbrews on tap, and then a wide selection of bottles that range from consignment, imported bottles and hard-to-get stuff, stuff you don’t get at the LCBO.”

  • For their second home on Peter Street, Bar Hop Brewco. put Mark Cutrara (Cowbell) in charge of the kitchen. The first floor is open for business, and the vibe is warm and welcoming. There are 36 beers on tap, with draught selections updated weekly, and 1,200 litres of Amsterdam’s saison available for vertical tastings.

  • Batch by Creemore

    Batch by Creemore features house-made beer by Andrew Bartle and a restaurant operated by Ink Entertainment and Icon Legacy.

  • Belfast Love

    These days King Street West is a bit of a scene. From the transit-only streets, to the exclusive rooftop pools and elitist bars and restaurants, it’s getting harder to find a place where you can just relax. Whereas this might be true of Belfast Love on Friday nights, when the bar is filled to capacity

  • Brickworks Ciderhouse

    Brickworks Ciderhouse is located in Riverdale, within close proximity of the trendy Broadview Hotel.

  • Cadillac Lounge

    With the recent openings of such restaurants as Electric Mud BBQ and Aft, and with other smokehouses still to come, Toronto is on a barbecue blitz. Now, Queen West’s longstanding Cadillac Lounge is getting in on the action. The bar has taken on consulting chef Michael Pataran (Windsor Arms Hotel, Rain) to launch a new

  • Councillor

    This Queen Street West bar is making a name for itself among its contemporaries for its wicked small-batch cocktails and homemade modern pub fare that’ll keep you coming back for more. Councillor is a chic bar. The interior is stylish but not pretentious, luring in a different crowd every night. You can usually find some

  • CRAFT Beer Market

    Taps are pouring at the first Ontario location of CRAFT Beer Market. Originally from Calgary, the two-storey restaurant has set up shop at Yonge and Adelaide.

  • Death & Taxes

    The Vancouver restaurant group powerhouse Donnelly Group has imported its take on a modern public house at Queen Street Wests Death & Taxes Free House. This restaurant complements the West Queen West hipster style. With a trendy bar on weekdays and all-day eatery on the weekends, it’s here to take you from day to night.

  • East of Brunswick Pub and Kitchen bills itself as an inviting and social neighbourhood spot where everyone can feel at home. There is an extensive beer selection, with 24 craft beers on tap and over 20 bottles in the fridge. For food, there are daily specials as well as a kids menu, and there is

  • Fancy Franks Gourmet Hot Dogs

    With the likes of burgers and poutine getting the gourmet treatment these days, hot dogs aren’t about to be left in the dust. Fusia Dog brought its new take on the hot dog to the entertainment district last year, and now Fancy Franks has joined the fray, having just opened on College Street, just a few steps north of Kensington Market.

  • FARMHOUSE Tavern

    As a saucier at London’s hoity-toity The Savoy, Daniel Janetos cooked for some of the most illustrious clientele in the world. But he’d trade that any day for his current gig as head chef at the rustic Farmhouse Tavern, opened yesterday at Dupont and Dundas, where his carefully-curated menu highlights the best of Ontario’s bounty.

  • Fifth Pubhouse

    Over the past 17 years, The Fifth Inc. has been slowly annexing a redbrick in the heart of clubland. The building houses The Fifth Grill & Terrace, The Fifth Social Club and Cabin Five, and now the empire has expanded to include the building’s lower level, where a café (The Fifth Cafe) and a British-inspired pub (The Fifth Pub House) have been set up by owner Oliver Geddes. Both venues officially opened last week.

  • Handlebar

    Brought to you by the people behind Leslieville’s cheap ‘n’ cheerful The Avro, Handlebar is Kensington’s latest divey offering. Across from other sundown spaces such as Augusta House and The Boat, this aspiring NXNE venue is a new part of the community’s burgeoning nightlife scene. Hardcore biking enthusiasts Bruce Dawson and Rachel Conduit wished to expand westward, and after examining various ’hoods, the Market was deemed the place to be.

  • Operating for more than 40 years, Hemingway’s Restaurant and Bar is home to one of Toronto’s most popular rooftop patios. The heated and covered area lets diners enjoy the fresh air all year round. Though the owners are New Zealand natives and the restaurant specializes in pub food, whether you’re looking for pad thai, pizza,

  • Hunters Landing

    From the Landing Group who brought us Williams and Kellys Landing, Hunters Landing is the best patio to grab a beer and a snack amongst the towering buildings of Concord CityPlace. Hunters offers a diverse menu that includes pizza, pasta, burgers, mussels and more, along with a huge drink menu that includes the Landing Cure,

  • Indie Alehouse

    Fifteen years ago, the sale of alcohol was prohibited in the Junction. As a sign of how much the west Toronto neighbourhood has changed since then, it now has two local, independent breweries: Junction Craft Brewing and Indie Alehouse, the latter of which opened its doors to the public for the first time last weekend.

  • After existing as a dry neighbourhood for decades, the Junction now has two craft breweries: Indie Alehouse and Junction Craft Brewing, the latter of which recently opened a new tasting bar, retail outlet and brewery space on Cawthra Avenue. That’s a lot of craft breweries, given that all of Toronto has fewer than a dozen.