Best Pubs in Toronto

The Queen and Beaver Public House | Downtown

British comfort food is awesome... cobblers and flaky pies and rich meats and curries are delicious, especially when it's cold out. The Q&B on Elm Street is such a cozy, pretty place to dine and really takes these types of dishes to the next level. The lamb curry with rice and apple chutney is spicy and packed with flavour.


The venison and mushroom cobbler is hearty and a great choice if you are cold AND hungry. Warms and fills you right up.


The veg is not an afterthought. Tasty and bright.


The Queen and Beaver is known for the massive selection of drafts including cask ales (unfiltered and unpasteurised beer.) It also offers a feasting menu for groups of five or more which features meals of traditional roast beef and yorkshire pudding, roast suckling pig and slow cooked lamb shoulder. Rosie :)


Amsterdam Brewhouse | Harbourfront

Amsterdam Brewhouse is the perfect place to go if you want to meet a bunch of friends on a Saturday night to watch the Leaf game, in a really nice bar with really good food. I love anyplace on the water that has a view like this:


In addition to an excellent beer selection, the menu has some really well-above-average tasting pub food. Highlights for me were this poached pear salad with bruleed goat cheese, and brown butter lobster rolls with poutine:



A casual, lively and lovely spot that overlooks the harbourfront. Rosie :)