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Beste bars in Toronto

Bar
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“Queen St West, or West Queen West as it's known locally, is Toronto's premier walking street, full of small shops and boutiques, coffee shops and restaurants. It's not a tourist street; it's where Torontonians go to shop and play and live. You could devote an entire visit to just walking Queen Street, from Parkdale in the west, through the shopping district right through downtown. Further east, the neighbourhood of Leslieville offers great restaurants and a friendly vibe. Queen St continues even further east, eventually ending up in the iconic Beach neighbourhood, where the city meets the lake and where each year the Beach Jazz Festival, well jazzes up the scene.”
  • Door 269 locals aangeraden
Hotel
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“This West Queen West patio pairs twisting, tubular, light-up artwork with good food, drinks and boho and artsy vibes. There are covered drinking and dining areas in case it rains as well as more loungy space perfect for wiling away a lazy afternoon.”
  • Door 319 locals aangeraden
Brewery
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“If you like beer AT ALL you HAVE to go to here! There will probably be a wait, but WAIT – it is one of the most renowned microbreweries in Canada.”
  • Door 220 locals aangeraden
Brewery
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“We recommend this as it is a Toronto staple and only a block from the space”
  • Door 159 locals aangeraden
Pub
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“Very famous sporting bar and grill downstairs. you don't need to walk long. ”
  • Door 96 locals aangeraden
Brewery
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“This is my favourite patio in the city as it overlooks the lake. Great, non-complicated pub food and locally made craft beer. Great atmosphere inside too if you don’t want to wait, or it’s too cold for the patio! ”
  • Door 121 locals aangeraden
Tapas Restaurant
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“Spanish tapas, cozy, bar stool and standing room only, no reservations so go on a weeknight will be less busy. They also have breakfast. Fabulous interior.”
  • Door 124 locals aangeraden
Beer Bar
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“ Casual/trendy spot for variety of sausages from kangaroo to elk or vegetarian. Extensive beer and cider menu. ”
  • Door 109 locals aangeraden
Sports Bar
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“This is the epitome of sports entertainment. Not only does it host the largest TV in the industry, but it is also the spot that many sports stars attend after a game.”
  • Door 106 locals aangeraden
Hotel
“Two reasons: most delicious baked french toast & weekend karaoke nights! :)”
  • Door 117 locals aangeraden
Tapas Restaurant
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“This truly is a Toronto staple... it's a long standing restaurant on College, and this says a lot as College sees a lot of turn over. The food is Spanish inspired, and set in an old-world vibe. If this is your thing, then check this place out! And then walk along College to have a drink after at one of the many bars long the strip.”
  • Door 130 locals aangeraden
Other Nightlife
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“Snacks, Beer and ping pong are a combination that is certainly worth your money. Check out this table tennis spot on King St. West.”
  • Door 82 locals aangeraden
Frans restaurant
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“Traditional french bistro fare with a HUGE wine list. Upscale but accessible and not outrageously priced. The duck special on Wednesday is particularly delicious but everything is generally outstanding. Great patios too.”
  • Door 77 locals aangeraden
Gastropub
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“Local number One Pub. Meet all kinds of Cabbagetowners. From this who lived here all life to those who just joined the community. Great front and back patio. You might expect line up to get in :)”
  • Door 85 locals aangeraden
Bar
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“A spacious entertainment venue filled with arcade games, old and new, elevated pub fare and much to enjoy!”
  • Door 49 locals aangeraden
Italiaans restaurant
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“Book a reservation and get to know why Jamie Oliver calls this his favourite restaurant in the city! This tasty italian spot is known for their house-made pastas and charcuterie.”
  • Door 67 locals aangeraden