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Reviewed July 1, 2020

We came in from Burlington to meet our son and his girlfriend to share a visit on Canada Day. My son recommended your place and we were very happy with the meal and craft beers. I want to thank the establishment for being open and...especially all the friendly and attentive staff for making our first meal and drink out since covid extra special.More

Date of visit: July 2020
Sunshine54001690355, Owner at The Craft Brasserie & Grille, responded to this reviewResponded November 3, 2020

Hey Nancy! Thank you so much for the positive review! We are so happy to see that you guys enjoyed your visit, especially after the madness that is COVID. We always love to see the positive feedback for all aspects of the house, especially the...More

Reviewed March 8, 2020 via mobile

The beer was cold and tasty, the omelette was hot and so good. Thanks for a great time. :) Service was great as well. Thanks guys!

Date of visit: March 2020
Reviewed March 7, 2020

My daughter was working here and I had a craft beer and some ribs there also came with fries and coleslaw it was very tasty and I also had a glass of red wine

Date of visit: November 2019
Reviewed February 1, 2020 via mobile

Went here after a marlies game. Around 7pm on Saturday, got sat right away. Excellent selection of craft beers and offer most in taster flights. Had the ribs which were excellent, wife had the butter chicken which was good. Service was timely. Overall, a worthwhile...stop in the village.More

Date of visit: February 2020
Reviewed January 26, 2020

This year we made reservations for first 20, then increased it to 28 at The Craft on Atlantic for our annual Post-Boatshow dinner Saturday Jan 25th! Are we ever happy we made our reservations there. They were extremely accommodating, even verifying arrival time so all...was ready. We all got seated at one long table in the dining room, with a view of the kitchen and plenty of room for all. Our server, Shaeane, was absolutely the best! She was attentive and fast, and although at first I was apprehensive that only one server would suffice, I looked in amazement how she handled such a large group with ease and speed! She's a treasure and deserves all the credit for making our annual dinner a great success! The food came out in pretty good order, and as far as we know we all enjoyed our meal. I know I did, the ribs were fabulous, and the Stationmaster Stout delicious! In short, the menu selections are fast and plenty, the food was very good, and a great selection of craft beers and spirits! Well Done Craft Brasserie and Gril, and thank you again Shaeane !! We'll be back!! Ojibway Marina Boater gang :)More

Date of visit: January 2020
Reviewed December 14, 2019

or Just For Laughs. The place is half empty, no sports event or concerts to fill the bar later, and the hostess brings us to a table for 4 in a cramped little nook right next to the Men's washroom. We ask for a table...change and we get moved to a section with 2 empty tables and a few tables pushed together sitting a bunch of rowdy guys (i don't begrudge rowdy guys, was one) but she sits 4 people out for a quiet dinner at a table 6 feet away from them with an empty table 20 feet away. I started looking around for the hidden cameras. The server was attentive. The beverages were good. 2 of 4 of us found the food acceptable.More

Date of visit: December 2019
Reviewed November 8, 2019

Met friends for dinner. Had a reservation but on Thursday night it wasn't really needed. The place was loud so we grabbed a different table near the back so we could talk. Service was prompt and friendly (even after we changed sections). The food however...was pretty bad. My wife and I ordered the schnitzel from their great menu which has lots of good choices. It was wayyy overdone and our server comped us both for our dinners. Great gesture. Will definitely give it another try. It's in Liberty Village which is a genrtifying neighborhood that used to be warehouses and factories so it's now a place to live, work and dine out. Right in the heart of Toronto.More

Date of visit: October 2019
Reviewed September 8, 2019

Over 100 beers to choose from(!) and a good sized menu. Service was friendly and good. BUT, the downside was the chicken in the butter chicken was processed cubes (yuck). Otherwise if the food had been a little more "real", would have given this pub...four stars.More

Date of visit: September 2019
Reviewed August 25, 2019

My girlfriend and I met up with some friends recently who are Craft Beer aficionados - and one of their favourite places to go for a great selection to choose from is The Craft! Located in Livery Village, this pub is quite unassuming from the...outside, but once you're inside, you're immediately met by a couple of friendly hostesses who'll quite you into a nicely laid-out space with plenty of seating around a huge bar or into one of the multi-levelled seating areas where there are spacious booths and long tables to sit at. One of the best things about their menu is that there are lots of Veggie options and some wonderful salads. But when we come we always start with the nachos - as they have one of the best in all of Toronto! They come heaped in a big pile loaded with shredded mozzarella, pickled jalapeños, onions, scallions, and a spicy beer cheese sauce. served with sour cream and smoked tomato salsa (guac is extra $). I always have their poutine too (mushroom gravy), which is tasty and my girlfriend had there Soba Poke Salad Bowl, which came loaded with spinach, soba noodles, carrots, bean sprouts, pickled onions, and jalapeño peppers in a maple ginger dressing topped with marinated yellowfin tuna poke. I can't even begin to tell you all of the different beers that our table enjoyed - Craft has a rotating beer menu with lots to choose from, both local and around the world. If you like sports, theres always a couple of different games playing on one of the big screens located around the room - but there are also some private corners for getting to know someone better in too. Highly Recommended!!More

Date of visit: June 2019
Reviewed August 24, 2019 via mobile

With 120 beer on tap, I found many beers I liked. Staff is nice, pub like food is ok (quinoa salad is very nice and butter chicken decent). If you like beer, this will be your temple !!

Date of visit: August 2019
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