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Great spot to meet friends, have some tasty craft beers and delicious burgers & pub food! Tom, the owner makes everyone feel welcome and appreciates his customers. Great service, reasonable prices and large portions , makes this a must visit! Enjoy! Try the Ossington !
I am not familiar with this part of Blood West and was looking for a good spot to have lunch and a few beers. Walking along the street nothing seemed very busy or appealing until I came across Tall Boys and what a great find...More
I have been once and enjoyed it as they have a good selection of both craft beer and cider. Service was friendly and prompt - decor is fun, nice spot to chill at and down the street is the owner's sibling's place (I believe) Wenona...More
A wonderful array of local craft beer attracted us to this spot which is located between Christie Pits and the emerging but not bouchie Ossington and Bloor. It has a casual atmosphere with well placed some televisions - not so dominating that you would ever...More
This is a great little bar on Bloor near Ossington. They offer a huge variety of tall boys, including cider options, as well as basic rail drinks and a full kitchen menu. Their grilled cheese is made with a garlic thyme butter and it puts...More
Just a quick review, visited this place yesterday for the first time to meet an old friend. Sat by the window and enjoyed the fantastic views of random men smoking outside (not their fault to be fair, but annoying none the less). We each had...More
Tallboys is about a ten minute walk from my house. And I am so lucky. They have an awesome beer list (with plenty of new things always coming in) and great food. I love their fried chicken sandwich! The atmosphere is super warm and service...More
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