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  • Horseshoe Tavern

    370 Queen St W,

    Originally known as a Country Roots n' Rockabilly Music Tavern, The 'Shoe welcomed Blues and Folk in the '60s, Reggae, Mod Rock, and Punk in the '70s, New Wave and Alt Pop in the '80s, and everything from Ska, Surf, Swing, Celtic, No Depression Folk, Insurgent Country, Cow-Punk, and Alternative Modern Rock in the…

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  • Cadillac Lounge

    1296 Queen St. W.,

    Largest Patio Bar on Queen Street with lots of Live Bands and Shows. It's fast becoming the pride of Parkdale, with its alt-country attitude and eclectic music policy. Welcoming such local bands as Be-Bop Cowboys, Trainwreck and Rancho Mysterio, it's not, as you might expect, a dive. Nor is it some pretentious…

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  • The office Pub

    117 John street,

    Pull up a chic leather bar stool and the leave the stress of the work day behind, where a handcrafted cocktail and crystal chandeliers await your escape. We specialize in upscale bistro dining, and accompany it perfectly with fresh ingredient cocktails, and multitudes or local and imported beers. Once you drink…

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  • Linsmore Hotel

    1298 Danforth Ave,

    The Danforths classic watering hole. Situated beside beautiful Greenwood station, the Linsmore has been a Danforth fixture for a very very long time. Under new management it hopes to bring in fresh young faces. We'd love to see you stop in!

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  • Black Swan Tavern

    154 Danforth Ave,

    he Black Swan Tavern is a live-music club with a focus on blues is located just east of downtown Toronto. For 30 years it has attracted a devoted following of music lovers that come to hear the most respected local and international blues artists. Seven nights a week the upstairs room at 'The Swan' features live…

  • Duke of York - Queen St.

    1225 Queen St E,

    As a prominent East End Historical landmark, The Duke Live.com has been part of the Leslieville landscape since 1970 and was originally named The Morin House Tavern. This 19th century solid brick building was originally a restaurant and pub wiht an Inn on the second floor with rooms to rent when the are was names St.…

  • Fiddler's Green

    27 Wellesley Street E,

    The Fiddler's Green is a great bar/pub in the Yonge-Wellesley area that frequently hosts live comedy and music shows, as well as karaoke nights.

  • Artful Dodger Pub

    12 Isabella St,

    A friendly British Pub with an extensive menu and wide selection of beer and ale on tap.

  • C'est What?

    67 Front St E,

    C'est What Brew/Vin Pub Restaurant Toronto's true local flavour in craft beer and comfort food since 1988. A great value "ethno-clectic" menu, 35 craft brewed beers on tap, fine whiskies from the world over, and a select all Ontario VQA wine list are all part of the casual, relaxed experience here. Located in the…

  • Grace O'malley's

    14 Duncan St,

    Toronto's Maritime Headquarters. Grace O'Malley's brings that touch of the island to the heart of the city. At Grace O'Malley's the story of Grainne Ni Mhaille, or Granuaile (Anglicized as Grace O'Malley, Grany Malley), reads like the most brazen and unlikely sort of adventure fiction, but there's history as well…

  • The Old Sod

    2936 Bloor St W,

    Located in the historical Kingsway area (just steps away from Royal York subway station), The Old Sod brings a touch of Ireland to Toronto. Providing live entertainment 7 days a week, the Old Sod draws high caliber talent and creates a unique charming atmosphere with Karaoke every Tuesday and Sunday night. The Old…

  • The Rivoli

    334 Queen St W,

    Seriously, who hasn't played the Rivoli? One of the most well known concert venues in the city. When downtown or on Queen street one can't pass by for either food, pool or a drink. The Rivoli always tops the list for live music venues. Restaurant-Night Club-Pool Hall A landmark hot spot on Queen St. West in…

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