The Best Truly Local Bars in Toronto

If you were a drink, what kind of drink would you be? A modest but honest after-work beer? A mustache-twirlingly innovative craft IPA? A delicate artisanal wine? Perhaps a flashy cocktail with a memorable name? Toronto has a local, hand-picked bar for you no matter what glass you come in. Our locals have your back, so buckle up, for the night is long and full of wonders.

Bassline Music Bar – Small space, huge sound

Bassline Music Bar – Small space, huge sound

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“Bassline Music Bar” Toronto is for people like me, who (unapologetically) love house music. Big sound that you can lose yourself in for hours of dancing.

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Bellwoods Brewery – Come for beer, stay for beer

Bellwoods Brewery – Come for beer, stay for beer

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“Bellwoods Brewery” in Toronto is for real – you want local beer? You got it – just from 75 feet away! I come to this bar for the beer & stay for the ales!

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Blood Brothers Brewing – Hidden craft beers

Blood Brothers Brewing – Hidden craft beers

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“Blood Brothers Brewing” is an interesting spot to try local craft beers in a very up-and-coming area of Toronto. While small, the tasting room has a…

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Brickworks Ciderhouse – Cider on tap

Brickworks Ciderhouse – Cider on tap

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“Brickworks Ciderhouse”: one of the new hot restaurants to open on Queen St. East in Toronto. They offer a cider flight and my favorite Brickworks burger!

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Buddies in Bad Times – Dance party for the boys

Buddies in Bad Times – Dance party for the boys

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“Buddies in Bad Times” Toronto is a theatre by day, putting on plays with queer themes. On Saturday nights, doors are open to the boys of the city…

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