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Excellent food, great atmospheric. Staff were very attentive and friendly. Beautiful patio outside as well. We meet the owner who was a very humble man and he made our night special. Thank you and we wish you much success. We will be back!
This place is excellent! Great friendly and knowledgeable service, giving great descriptions and recommendations. The beer and cider range is huge, we ended up getting a few flights between us. The food is also really good, Would definitely come again and recommend it if you're...a craft beer fanMore
The missus and I were exploring the neighbourhood after getting daughter 1 ensconced in her new residence. (The Harbord/Bloor area of Toronto, called the Annex, is way cool.) Happened here about 1:30 because they had available tables outside this warm and sunny Labour Day. This...made us eligible for the “brunch” menu, not evident on this joint’s website. The craft beer menu is HUGE and the food menu, while small, is actually quite varied. My girls had the baguette, one the chicken and the other the salmon, with home fries. Served hot, with fresh toppings and crispy bread, they were impressed. I went for the Crafty burger - the usual patty with cheese and fixin’s - but topped with bacon and a fried egg. Hey. It was my first meal on a moving day! It schmecked. The egg makes it a little messy, but the patty was cooked to perfection, verging on rare, juicy and flavourful. One of the best burgers I’ve ever had. The regular fries were only so so, but I got my share of the home fries. All served well by Theo, who my daughter is still talking about. With two craft beers, $83 before tip.More
Hubby and I were looking for a place nearby our airbnb that had TVs to watch a game and found this place. Service was very good. The food was generous on portion size, but maybe not the best bar food I've ever had. Lots of...beer options!More
Our first tip to the Crafty Coyote made sure it will not be our last. inspite of being busy during HOTDOCS, the service was very good and, while the kitchen was a little slow understandable given the rush of people), we left feeling very happy...with our visit.More
The people who run this place really care about what they're doing, you can tell. A wide beer selection, and the food was pretty good. Great service, very friendly. The only real downside is that the place gets pretty loud. Was a little hard to...talk. I'd go back, though.More
Three of us chose this spot for a pre-concert dinner. We each truly enjoyed our meals and definitely will dine here again.
It was a Friday evening in December and the place was jam packed but we'd called ahead and a prime table was waiting...for us. We were greeted by our server right away who brought water and helped us select exactly which beer and cider we'd like to try (from a dizzying array).
He was back promptly with the drinks and was equally as helpful guiding us through the food menu. We chose the chef's club sandwich, crafty beer battered fish and chips, and macadamia crusted Atlantic salmon.
The food was perfectly prepared and modestly priced. Along with the excellent service, a winning combination! We'll be back.More
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