Situated in Yorkville and offering casual, pub-style dining, this full-service bar features a menu of sharing-style appetizers, salads, pastas, sandwiches, burgers and Irish favorites like shepherd's pie and bangers and mash.
Located in downtown Toronto, patrons at Pogue Mahone can enjoy a Guinness on the patio in the sunshine and sample something off the traditional pub menu. An Irish brunch is served from 11 am and there is live music every Saturday night. The pub is available for special functions for up to 200 people.
For an authentic Irish pub experience try the Overdraught Irish Pub in Toronto's Entertainment District. Menu includes traditional Irish fare including stews, bangers and mash and shepherd's pie. For something a little different try the potato nachos or a juicy Overdraught burger.
Located just east of Stanley Park, this popular Irish pub doesn't play favourites as it celebrates both St. Patrick's Day (for the Irish) and Robbie Burns Day (for the Scots). Featuring a traditional pub menu with items such as nachos, burgers, steak and calamari, the pub also offers live music on Saturday nights.
This pub, which has been in operation since the 1960s, is like a home away from home for Irish ex-pats. Styled on an authentic Irish local, the pub hosts live bands most nights of the week and offers a menu of traditional favourites such as meat pies, stews and burgers. Irish whiskey and Guinness are the drinks of choice.
Grace O'Malley's in Toronto offers a welcoming atmosphere and comforting food. They also host many live events. They are open seven days a week.
This authentic Irish pub offers a warm atmosphere, quality domestic and imported beers, and a menu of traditional dishes, including pork pie, grilled sausage platter, classic fish & chips, bangers beans 'n mash, and sheppard's pie.
Located in the Annex, this authentic Irish-style pub features Guinness on tap (naturally) and a menu with items such as nachos, wings, ribs, pizzas and meat pies. The popular neighbourhood local offers live music on Saturdays as well as a weekend brunch. During warm weather patrons can sip their pints on the patio.
Traditional Irish fare features on Allen's old-fashioned menu. Kerry lamb, black bean soup, Atlantic salmon, omelette's and Angus steaks are some of the many dishes available.
Get together with family and friends and enjoy music, entertainment and pub style fare at Molly Bloom's Irish Pub. They are conveniently located on College Street.
Traditional cuisine and an atmosphere reminiscent of a quaint Irish pub, complete with communal tables and a stand-up piano for impromptu jams, is served up at this Celtic eatery. Live Irish music, food and drink specials and a cozy seasonal patio space are just a few of the value-added features offered.
Hearty meals with a country flare are featured at this Irish alehouse and restaurant. The Saturday and Sunday Brunch Feast includes fresh eggs, whole-wheat pancakes and more and live entertainment is regularly featured.
This friendly Irish pub features a main bar as well as a Fireplace bar upstairs. Live bands play on Friday and Saturday nights and patrons enjoy the tunes while drinking Guinness or one of the many other beers on tap. A selection of wine and spirits are also available as is a menu of traditional pub favourites.
One of a number of Irish pubs in Toronto, Murphy's Law is located close to the water and is popular among locals and beach-goers. Serving lagers, ales and a menu of Irish fare, the pub features both a lower patio and a rooftop one, and is known for being casual and very friendly.
Mullins aims to be like a home away from home for its patrons who include students and professors from the University of Toronto, local businessmen and area residents. The pub offers daily food and drink specials and features a menu of pub grub including nachos, wings, chicken fingers, sandwiches, meat pies and fish n chips. There are a number of beers on tap such as Guinness, Smithwicks and Kilkenny.
Try a pint of Guinness at this authentic Irish-style pub. Dora Keogh features an interior made mostly of wood down to much of the seating and features a cozy snug area. Visitors can enjoy the atmosphere while listening to live Celtic music on Sunday afternoons and Thursday nights.
The downtown location of the Canada-wide Fionn MacCool's chain is frequented by an after work crowd as well as tourists and locals. The Irish pub features a patio, a menu of freshly-made fare and a number of lagers and ales on tap. Each weekend the pub hosts live bands playing Celtic music and visitors enjoy the music, a pint and a bit of craic.
The Fox & Fiddle is a loud and fun pub that is popular among tourists. With an interior that is full on knick-knacks and an outdoor patio, the pub hosts live cover bands upstairs on Tuesday nights, karaoke on Fridays and open mic amateur comedy night on Saturdays.