Bars in Toronto

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Toronto used to look to cities like New York, Los Angeles, and Chicago for its bar cues. But the city's mixologists have upped their game in recent y... Read More

Toronto used to look to cities like New York, Los Angeles, and Chicago for its bar cues. But the city's mixologists have upped their game in recent years to make Toronto nightlife a true contender. From hole-in-the-wall, neighborhood favorites like Bar Hop and The Caledonian, to chef-driven cocktail labs like Civil Liberties and Furlough, there's a serious sipper around the corner for every palate. Craft beers, house-made bitters, syrups, and local spirits are all playing their part in concocting the perfect, drinkable storm here.

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  • Bar Chef

    With more than 5,000 housemade bitters on hand, the folks behind Bar Chef mean serious cocktail business. They're not afraid to mix molecular techniques... Read More

  • Bar Fancy

    Beer, cocktails, and tasty snacks are Bar Fancy's forte. Minimal, industrial decor (exposed ventilation and brick; brass and wood accents) make this... Read More

  • Bar Hop

    A thorough seven-page beer menu gets down to origin, flavor profile, and alcohol percentage of each brew at Bar Hop. They proudly serve 25 craft beers... Read More

  • Bellwoods Brewery

    The pub serves seasonal, locally focused plates, from small bites (chicken liver mousse; fried halloumi crostini) to more substantial offerings like... Read More

  • Boots n' Bourbon Saloon

    There's something for almost everyone at Boots & Bourbon: a weekly student night, a Sunday brunch buffet for the whole family, and live country music... Read More

  • Civil Liberties

    Prohibition era-inspired cocktails are the mainstay at Civil Liberties in the Bloorcourt neighborhood. Vintage knick knacks, including a century-old... Read More

  • Fulough

    At Fulough, you'll find classic and contemporary drinks, and food served as shareable small plates and substantial mains. When the lights dim, the room... Read More

  • Miss Thing's

    In Toronto's west end Parkdale neighborhood, Miss Thing's Polynesian-inspired retro tiki bar and restaurant places a premium on its patrons having a... Read More

  • Queen and Beaver Public House

    At this Public House, you'll find UK sports on the telly, pints on the table, and friendly, efficient service that could very well be plucked straight... Read More

  • Reposado Bar & Lounge

    On the Ossington strip, this upscale bar and lounge specializes in fine tequilas and mezcals. The stained glass, backlit bar gives the chic room a... Read More

  • Roof Bar at the Beverly Hotel

    On a warm night, head up to the Beverley Hotel's rooftop lounge bar, where a Miami vibe and frosty cocktails await. Fresh juices, herbs, and locally... Read More

  • Skin + Bones

    This husband and wife-owned and operated establishment is an east end, Leslieville favorite. It offers weekend brunch, lunch, dinner, and classic... Read More

  • The Caledonian

    There are more than 250 malts and blends from which to choose at The Caledonian, as well as exclusive Scottish ales, lagers and stouts on tap, and... Read More

  • The Carbon Bar

    The Carbon Bar is all about fire and smoke; an homage to grilling and barbecue around the world. Located close to Regent Park, the room is funky, chic,... Read More

  • Toronto Temperance Society

    Memberships to this speakeasy can cost $285 a year, and there are house rules if you want to imbibe—one of them is "no Cosmos," ever. Instead, choose... Read More

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