Set Current Location
A memorable and unique experience awaits you at the Ballroom Bowl Bar and Grill. A comprehensive entertainment complex, the Ballroom combines the joys of a bowling alley, a bar, and a music venue, to present something that is outstandingly original and so different from the usual recreational venues in the city. Spread over two spacious floors, this venue can accommodate up to 900 guests, and can be rented for a variety of private and corporate events. So, whether you are in the mood for bowling, or watching an intriguing hockey match, or listening to some great bands, the Ballroom Bowl, Bar and Grill is your destination. See the website for more information.
It's a throwback to Russia's Iron Curtain era, but there's nothing cold about this bar. Outfitted in plush red banquettes with gold accents throughout the decor, the 3-level space evokes some kind of historic glamor. The combination of exposed brick walls and hanging chandeliers is interestingly juxtaposed next to images of defining Russian figures like Lenin, Putin and Stalin. Featuring two bars, Pravda showcases an impressive collection of bottles with myriad vodkas to choose from. Slip down with Happy Hour featuring complimentary appetizers and cheap martinis Mondays through Thursdays.
A beer aficionado's dream, Tallboys has a wide range of craft beers to satisfy all kinds of palates. Located at Bloor Street West, it offers a cool and laid-back ambiance and draws huge crowds on all days of the week. Perfect for an after-work drink, Tallboys is a favorite choice among many. Decent service, good food, and a friendly staff is what you will find here. Unwind over chilled beer accompanied by bites such as chili cheese fries, burgers, or some chicken wings. You can also choose to host your next party here, and the team at Tallboys will be glad to assist you.
If you're a spirits or whiskey person, you absolutely have to visit The Caledonian on College Street, a gem of Little Italy. With a menu featuring over 200 of malts and brews, it's hardly a surprise that this place tops many a travelers' bucket lists. If malts aint your thing, there's a prolific beer list that includes several lagers and cask-conditioned ales from Scotland. And yet, drinks aren't the only USP of this place; the kitchens at The Caledonian are known to produce some of the most delicious Scottish food to be found in Toronto. Palatable preparations like haggis, Scotch eggs and fish n' chips dominate the drool-worthy, albeit limited, menu. Drop in, order up your favorite malt and chomp on some haggis with neeps and tatties and for desserts you could try the deep fried Mars Bars; they're insanely good!