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Sweaty Betty`s

13 Ossington Ave, Toronto Ontario Canada
416.535.6861

Sitting at the entry to Ossington Ave off of Queen West, Sweaty Betty's is a small spot with a cozy atmosphere. Jukebox specials include Motorhead, Buzzcocks and Willie Nelson... [more]

Jeremiah Bullfrogs

225 Queen Street West, Toronto Ontario Canada
416-977-0611

An old bar with a new look and a bold new attitude! Renevated in 2006 by Food TV's "Restaraunt Makeover" half a block West of Osgoode Tube Station Amazing food! sleek, cool, urban atmosphere [more]

Toronto karaoke bar

280 Bloor st west, Toronto Ontario Canada

Welcome to the Fox and Fiddle Bloor Yorkville where fine fare and great friends are found We are known for our classic and hearty English-style dishes and our fabulous array of draught. Cozy up to a bar stool and try one of our 21 draught including microbrews, domestics, premiums and a large selection of imports. If its sports you're after [more]

The Lion and Dragon

1163 Kingston road, Toronto Ontario Canada

Fine Ales, Fine Food, 17 Draft lines, over 10 Martini's to choose from. Live music, Speed dating events on Tuesday nights. Located at 1163 Kingston Road, PICKERING [more]

Fox and Fiddle Toronto mid town

280 Bloor st west, Toronto Ontario Canada

Welcome to the Fox and Fiddle Bloor Yorkville where fine fare and great friends are found We are known for our classic and hearty English-style dishes and our fabulous array of draught. Cozy up to a bar stool and try one of our 21 draught including microbrews, domestics, premiums and a large selection of imports. If its sports you're after [more]

Fynn`s of Temple Bar

489 king st west, Toronto Ontario Canada
416-586-1331

Temple Bar is a historic and colorful quarter of Dublin City which has maintained its cobbled streets, medieval street pattern, historic buildings and old world charm. Now known as Dublin’s cultural quarter, Temple Bar has been a part of Dublin since Viking times. The Temple Bar area as it is known today was largely built up in the eighteenth [more]