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People's Pint is a great local brewery. Peter and his staff will welcome you with open arms. They brew a wonderful selections craft beers, which you can purchase as flights ( samples of several beers) , glasses or bottles and cans to take home. This is a true brew house the craft brewing kegs and entire operation are within full...
This is a cool place to grab a drink. What I really liked is they allow dogs. The barmaid was very nice and even brought the dog a bowl of water. They have games to play and a relaxing area to hang out.
"Visiting Toronto Discover Vodka with a Different"
reviewed 23 November 2017 by James T
In the neighbourhood of Toronto called “The Junction” I believe because of four railway lines crossed there. Once an area where prohibition existed as late as 2000. Now the Junction is going through a regeneration and Nickel 9 Distillery have adding to the growing community. They are producing truly Canadian Vodka. 100% Canada from Apples. Yes Apples. Visiting them they...
First time trying axe throwing and had a great time.Found it odd satisfying when I hit the target! Staff was helpful in coaching and encouraged us.Next time I will bring water as none was available for sale.
I really liked this place.
From the seating, waitress to the food.
We had pizza, pasta and risotto.
The pizza and pasta was a little salty and the risotto probably needed some salt.
Everything just flowed.
The restaurant is also cool looking and cozy.
I would come back. $150 for 3
I highly recommend this place. I was worried by the reviews about the service but I’m happy I went because it was quite the opposite . The service was amazing, my water never emptied and when I needed a napkin I didn’t even need to ask. He even came 2 more times after we had paid to see if we...
We stumbled upon this bakery while wandering around kensington market and stocked up on cinnamon rolls and scones for breakfast for the next morning. We also tried the spanekopeta to tide us over until lunch. We were impressed with all 3 and will definitely go back the next time were in Toronto.
Playa Cabana Cantina made dinner with friends like a midweek getaway with some fun Latin music, and great food. Three of us had tacos, and one of us a burrito -- all very fresh and flavourful. The additions to the main "attraction" of each taco made it even more delicious. Each taco is unique. Kudos to the chefs!