The food is great. The piri piri burger is yummy. Staff is friendly. The penne pollo is also delicious. Has a great selection of beers. We love going to this pub.
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I stopped here (corner of McCaul and Dundas) for lunch on my way back from Chinatown and Kensington Market. It’s mostly a pub, featuring a wide variety of beers, but they also had a good pasta menu, including my favorite, pasta al pesto, which came...More
Have not been here for a long, long time but were re-assured when we walked in the door we were back in a "comfortable" pub. Nothing much has changed in those years, thank goodness!!! A friendly welcome and the massive beer list provided a terrific...More
My boyfriend and I randomly decided to visit here after attending the AGO. To our surprise, it was packed! A few people were waiting to be seated, but considering it was only the two of us, we got a table right away. Unfortunately, it was...More
Sent two email inquiries last week on gluten free beer and food options. Unfortunately did not respond. There are very many more appreciative and interesting spots to go in the city....not here.
Great atmosphere, excellent range of craft beers and good selection of food. Laid back chilled meeting place. Food served until 2am, friendly staff and great service.
Across from the Art Gallery of Ontario... so I've been there several times most recently with my daughter. They have an amazing selection of beers from all over the world. Food pretty good too.
I went in twice, first time for a beer, second for dinner. Service is a bit slow if you only want a drink, but improved for dinner. Good selection of beers from around the world on draft. Spicy sausage and penne was good value.
This place offers a worldwide beer selection, so you wont bored to try them all! , it's close to Dundas square if you grab a table by the window you will enojy the view, Menu is good ,has a great selection,of everything, service its OK...More
My husband and I went in The Village Idiot today on a recommendation! OK so we are English, newly arrived in Canada; my husband went to the bar then immediately this middle-aged guy, Japanese perhaps, appeared from nowhere and barked at me 'what do you...More