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Aug 28, 2006 12:22 AM

Richmond Rogue?

I know its just a little sports pub, but is the food any good? Im not expecting gourmet haha.. its cheap, is it worth trying out for a quick bite and beer? Whats good and whats not..?

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  1. I've been there a couple of times, and the food is pretty decent pub fare. They seem to have a penchant for 'buffalo chicken', so it's a theme that you'll find in several places on their menu. That being said, they have a great deal of variety also. I'd go back for a beer and a bite, so it's a thumbs-up from me.

    1. We live across the street the street from the Rogue and go often. You're right - it's not gourmet but it is really decent food. The Thursday night beef ribs ($1.50 each) are fantastic and the burgers are great. The service can be a bit hit or miss, depending on who's on that night - I've had a couple of orders messed up in the past.

      It's a great local pub - with even bags of chips!!!

      1. We used to live almost across the street. It's a great local pub! Decent beer selection on tap (including Hoegaarden sometimes, Guinness, etc.). Food is better-than-average pub fare, although don't expect anything fancy. Good fish and chips, good nachos, good wings.

        Check out the specials on the website that xtal posted above -- they're usually really good deals.

        If you want something really yummy/nasty, try the Rogue burger... 1/2lb. burger with cheese, bacon, and a fried egg. It seemed like such a good idea at the time...

        One warning, this place does get crowded with local business types for after-work functions, so it can get loud between 5-8pm on some nights.

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          1. Kind of bad food, grease galore, beer was good but you can get beer any where. The blond server was rude (but we all have bad days). I know of 87568204 better pubs in Toronto, Specifically on Queen West.