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Toronto's best choice in craft beer and comfort food can be found in the casual, charming cellar of a historic building in the St. Lawrence Market area. Featuring the biggest selection of Canadian craft brews on tap, an all Ontario VQA wine list, art, indie music, board games, and pool tables, C’est What has true local flavour.
C’est What is Toronto’s original craft beer and wine restaurant that has consistently preached from the book of local and has left the Irish to have their own kind of pubs, the French their own style of wine, the Americans their own roadhouse food, and top-forty music to the radio stations. Since first opening it’s doors in 1988 C’est What has always been a proud Canadian cultural ambassador.
Against all conventional wisdom they have continually championed the little guy and have been an example to a new generation of establishments that are forging their own way without the influence of corporate tie-ins. As founder George Milbrandt says: “We believe that if it's worth doing, it's worth doing well. It is our passion for what we do that keeps us showing up for work every day. Well, that and the beer.
Caffino Mangeria and Espresso Bar
Caffino offers morning, afternoon, and evening delights. At Caffino, you can enjoy freshly-brewed gourmet coffee with a large variety of baked goods to help start your day. At lunch, the chef will delight you with specialties of the house including an array of pastas, meats, and seafood. Dinner at Caffino will be a time to relax and enjoy a glass of wine, release the stress of the day and watch our chef create your meal in an eclectic atmosphere including a "Byzantine" mosaic floor and historical cast-iron mouldings around the windows. Rosa Muscillo, your hostess, welcomes you to experience Caffino, anytime!
Little House of Deli
159 Liberty St., Toronto, Ontario M6K 3G3
T: (416) 531-0488
Reza and Nadia Germifard operate the Little House of Deli in Liberty Village. The restaurant is open 5 days a week between 7 a.m. and 4 p.m.
Hank's is a casual St. Lawrence cafe serving the city's best espresso, fabulous baked goods and fresh, homey lunches.
Le Papillon On Front
69 Front St. E., Toronto, Ontario M5E 1B5
Web Site: www.lepapillonfront.com
Experience traditional French and Québécois fare int he heart of Old Town Toronto. Open six days a week for lunch and dinner, Saturday and Sunday for weekend brunch.
Loaded Pierogi is all about the toppings. First, select from a classic or crispy pierogi filled with potato and onion, then choose a topping such as duck confit, pulled pork, fried brussel sprouts, lobster or kimchi.
Louie (Craft Coffee)
Coffee and light fare.
Mike's Liberty Grill
Mike and Sally Deokaran are the proud owners and managers of Mike's Liberty Grill. Mike has worked in the restaurant business in the Liberty Village neighbourhood for over 12 years. Opening his own restaurant in the area is the fulfillment of a lifelong dream. They take particular pride in offering menu selections with ethnically diverse flavours.
The Grill offers all-day breakfast, fresh daily salads and a full grill menu 5 days a week between 7 a.m. and 5 p.m. They offer a daily hot plate and will provide customized catering, including take-out dinners, upon request.
School Bakery Cafe
Shoeless Joe's Bar & Grill
1189 King St. W., Toronto, Ontario M6K 3C5
T: (416) 534-3666
Shoeless Joe's is a multi-dimensional restaurant, featuring 15 TVs and a 7' large screen with a variety of games to entertain you, including a pool table. Shoeless Joe's offers a full menu with a variety of appetizers, pasta, marinated steaks, mouth-watering burgers, and many other delicious dishes to tempt the palate. Takeout is also available. Come and enjoy the 35' long bar that features eight beers on tap and our restaurant that seats over 135 customers. Shoeless Joe's is a great place for getting together for company parties and remember, before or after the shows, think of Shoeless Joe's.
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