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Owned and operated by Jamieson Kerr, of the Crush Wine Bar fame, The Queen and Beaver Public House is designed after the quintessential British public house from days of yore. Housed within a charming Victorian building, this pub sports a casual yet classy allure, thanks to its mismatched furniture, old wallpapers and numerous lounge chairs. Dishes like roast beef rump, lamb curry and rabbit terrine dominate the menu here. A range of puddings and dessert wines help you finish the meal well. For beverages, there's a prolific beer list with ciders, draught and cask conditioned ales; for those who like their drinks fruity, there's also a small list of cocktails available.
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.
Get ready to party non-stop at this boisterous bar with an infectious energy that has everybody on their toes. The Loose Moose boasts of a gigantic two-level space that can hold no less than 800 patrons. The interiors sport an industrial decor with exposed brick walls and ceilings that make it look like an old warehouse. Centerpiece of the bar is an insanely long chandelier made up of bottles snaking it's way through the entire space. The many neon signs spewing a riot of colors add to the fun vibe of the space. On the menu are a superb selection of American and pub favorites. The sandwiches and burgers deserve a special mention. The drink list has an excellent beer selection and enough of other spirits to keep the party going. Regular live bands and DJs keep the party rocking. A rocking place for a fun night out.
The ultimate sports bar in Downtown Toronto, Real Sports Bar & Grill believe "Sport isn't a hobby, it's a religion". Thriving on the motto, this sports bar promises its patrons a fun-filled space that creates an atmosphere of a real sports arena. With a humongous 39-foot HD TV(two-storey high!) and 199 HD screens flanked across the bar, you can never miss a goal or a basket. To fuel your sporting spirit, they have their 112 taps running with over 36 different types of beer brands. The giant venue is divided in two floors and has a 900-capacity seating, with VIP seating areas that are perfect for your next private party or function. Ultimate destination for those with a sports fever!Â Â
This place looks more like a swanky club than a sports bar that it actually is. Located on O'Connor Drive in East York, Rally Sports Bar is where you rally for your team with close friends and have a good time. With 40 TV screens, it's hard to miss any part of the game here. The menu here is a great mix of North American comfort food and delicious public-house delights like poutines, chicken wings, crab cakes and such. With a number of delectable smoked dishes on the menu, Rally rightfully advertises itself as a smokehouse. Beverage menu includes a long list of popular imported and regional beers. The plush place, expands to 650 square meters (7000 square feet) and is often sought for private business events and celebrations. Check the website for more details.