News and Reviews - Archive of March, 2010
From La Belle Provence...La Messagere Gluten Free Beer, made with Rice and Buckwheat. Made by Les Bieres De La Nouvelle France Micro-brewery. 4.7% alc/vol. Why suffer from an allergy when you can suffer from a gluten-free hangover?!!
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In a city dominated by McPubs, this neighbourhood local stands out. With the exception of Guinness, Canadian microbrews flow exclusively from the taps, and the menu focuses on hearty comfort food rather than greasy pub grub. It draws a diverse range of clientele: students, thirsty brokers and silver-haired WASPs fill the comfortable two-floor space. The vegetable and chickpea curry is more than just a token vegetarian dish: the veggies are bright and the legumes soft; a bed of bulgur soaks up the rich coconut sauce. Cheery service. Mains $12–$19.
Yes, it's patio season again and we're open and ready to go, and don't forget, we have 4 heaters fired up so there's never a chill in the air.
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Each Thursday up to and including April 8th, Get a pint of Creemore for a dollar off the regular price! How great is that?!
Welcoming in daylight or dark, a great local should, above all else, reflect its clientele. That’s why west end pubs and bars are better. We’re cooler, smarter and more fun. West versus East? Seriously, that’s like frites versus McCain oven fries.
The Rebel House (1068 Yonge) is a Toronto fence-sitter, but we’ll claim it as ours because we don’t think east-enders would grasp the subtlety of the whole urban Upper Canada thing the Rebel’s got going on. It’s that same sophistication that...