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Pubcrawl Help

dlw88 Jul 6, 2006 04:18 PM

Looking for a microbrewery or classic pub to have 50 guests for only an hour this friday. Amsterdam has relocated, and no longer has a bar. Anyone know of anything else similar? Looking in the downtown area, and a patio is a big bonus.

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    Gary RE: dlw88 Jul 6, 2006 06:07 PM

    What about the Granite Brewery at Mt. Pleasant and Eglinton? They have two patios, one in front and one in a back courtyard.


    Also there is C'est What which is more downtown at Church and Front. Though they're not really a brew pub anymore they do have a ton of unusual draughts. No patio, though.


    If you're aiming to kick off a pub crawl, both of these are surrounded by many other bars and pubs within walking distance.

    1. xtal RE: dlw88 Jul 6, 2006 07:20 PM

      Definitely Granite. It's a great place, and the food is pretty good too.

      Caffé Volo is another option too. Though they don't brew anything in-house, they have a great selection of local microbrews on tap, including some cask-conditioned options. I think the food is better at Volo.


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        TOgirl RE: dlw88 Jul 6, 2006 11:01 PM

        The Flatiron and Firkin at Wellington/Front and Church has a large patio - at least it did when I was there a few years ago.

        49 Wellington St. East
        Toronto, Ontario
        M5E 1C9
        (416) 362-3444

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          jayseeca RE: dlw88 Jul 7, 2006 01:49 AM

          I would suggest not going to C'est What, as a friend told me a service horror story which began with pulling 2 tables together... so I think accomodating a party of 50 would be the first problem to arise.

          1. dlw88 RE: dlw88 Jul 7, 2006 12:44 PM

            Thank you for all of your help. After further research, we've decided to kick off the night at Fionn Mccolls at King and Spadina.

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