Toronto is just as famous for its drinks as it is for its food. Whether you’re after an experimental cocktail, an impressive wine list, or a specialty beer, we’ve got you covered. Cheers!
Bellwoods Brewery turned an old auto garage into the hippest craft brew pub in town, featuring seasonal bar snacks and a rotating list of house-made drafts. The street-side patio is busy year-round, adding a roof and heat lamps in the winter. Don’t forget to stop in the adjoining retail store to take home your favorite brew.
In the mood for a cocktail? Step into Hoof Cocktail Bar for a chic retreat. With its speakeasy-feel, well-crafted cocktails, and smooth jazz, Hoof is perfect for a cozy nightcap. We recommend The Hoof Manhattan, a modern twist on a classic made with 10-year aged rye and house bitters.
Looking to kick back after work? Located in the heart of the Financial District is Reds Wine Tavern, a casual-chic spot featuring an extensive wine list and gastropub eats. Lounge at one of the communal wooden tables or try your hand at shuffleboard.
Voted one of the most innovative bars in the world by Food and Wine magazine, an evening at BarChef is a one-of-a-kind experience. Choose from over 5,000 house-made bitters or try the signature Vanilla and Hickory Smoked Manhattan. Served in a huge bell jar filled with smoke, this mix of rye, in-house cherry vanilla bitters, hickory-smoked syrup and vanilla cognac is well worth the $45 price tag.
For a drink with a view, look no further than The One Eighty, offering a spectacular vista from the 51st floor of the Manulife Centre. With sophisticated décor, bar cart service, and an eclectic menu, The One Eighty is the perfect spot to grab a drink in style.