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9 bars in Toronto to celebrate the reopening

Finally ! After so much waiting, we are freed with the reopening of the patios. If the number is still limited to 4 people per table, we must see what is left after this plague suffered by small businesses.

Imperial Pub

Unavoidable pub with a terrace overlooking Dundas Square. You will be able to order from a large choice of beer (see if the Covid didn't cut down on supplies) as well as eat a little Poutine. Special dedication to the Poutine that you can ask for with sweet potato fries. THE MENU HERE

Crafty Coyote & Victory Cafe

Two pubs that face each other and are owned by the same person. You'll find an impressive selection of good local and Belgian beers! And if you don't know how to choose, I advise you the Beer Flight which allows you to taste 5 small beers in pressure at the same time. At this place you can also taste delicious wood-fired pizzas for a good price. MENU COYOTE MENU VICTORY

DROM Taberna

Very famous pub of Queen street, you may have a lot of difficulties to get a place. But even if you have to wait, you can enjoy the music played by a band on the patio! THE MENU

Hair Of The Dog Neighbourhood Pub & Restaurant

For the friends of the animals, I think it was important to point out this pub which allows you to come with your 4-legged friend for sure, and this even in dine in (when it is allowed). Small dedication to the delirium which is present on the menu. THE MENU HERE

Village Genius Pub

Aaah another pub that offers a nice beer menu at a more than fair price for Toronto. The atmosphere of this pub will remind you a bit of Ireland, but I'm not so much a fan of their cuisine there. I wouldn't risk it more than having fries or onion soup. THE MENU HERE

Queen Street Warehouse

A pub that plays rather nightclub music offering cheap cocktails and beers. The advantage of this pub? Come at night to the street-facing terrace for an impressive view of the CN Tower lit up close. THE MENU HERE

Maison Selby

Beautiful little house bar/restaurant on Sherbourne Street. It's like being back in Europe with its little terrace on the edge of the house. The building is beautiful and the menu gives the airs of return in France. To test without conditions for the people in evil of the country! THE MENU HERE

Paradise Grapevine

Your palate is more delicate? I recommend this wine bar. In addition to offering a full menu, you can also order good cheese and charcuterie to accompany. Moreover the terrace is covered with vine which makes it a really charming place. THE MENU HERE

The One Eighty

You're more for celebrating the reopening in style? I recommend this bar! The prices are high but the view is breathtaking. A beautiful view of the whole city will put glitter in your eyes, enough to brighten up your whole evening! THE MENU HERE

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