Morgan’s Pub

By Ryan Laverty

There are drinking establishments in this city which rightfully own reputations that precede them. Morgan’s Pub is one of those places.If you haven’t been there, don’t feel ashamed. You might not know where it is exactly, being at the far end of the legendary boulevard ‘o’ booze. Chances are you’ve walked or driven right past… Continue reading Morgan’s Pub

Rose & Crown Pub

By Ruth Davenport

It should surprise no one that the Rose & Crown Public House, located just off 17th Avenue, is a haven for yuppies who wish to revisit the past without actually going there. It’s a down-home pub feel with an upscale menu that caters to deep pockets. With that said, you get what you pay for—the… Continue reading Rose & Crown Pub

The Kensington Pub

By Lawrence Bailey

Remember Cheers? Remember the romantic ideal of a cozy neighbourhood pub with the same friendly staff, same friendly regulars and same great food, great drinks and great atmosphere? If you want all of that and more, just stroll on down to The Kensington Pub. The house turned bar tucked in behind Starbucks has been there… Continue reading The Kensington Pub

Hose and Hound

By Matt Oakes

In an old fire hall in the heart of Inglewood lies the Hose and Hound. The ‘Hose’ attracts an eclectic crowd with its welcoming atmosphere and top notch bar staff. The excellent selection of liquids can keep a patron busy for hours while pool tables and dart boards offer alternate entertainment, if needed. Along with… Continue reading Hose and Hound

Bass Brothers

By Lawrence Bailey

Like coffee shops of the mid ’90s, sleek, trendy pubs with a wide range of imports and microbrews on tap are all the rage at the turn of the millennium. Bass Brothers, with locations in Kensington and Lincoln Park, does the trendy pub as a meeting place to perfection. Comfortable leather bench seats, bar stools… Continue reading Bass Brothers

Hop in Brew

By Andrew Ross

Talk about juxtaposition. The Hop In Brew fits in with the 1st Street clubs like Nelson Mandela fits in at an Alliance Party fund-raiser. Once a Victorian house, this fine establishment is easily recognized by the large sign reading, “PUB.” While the Hop In Brew has fairly quiet music and no dance floor, it has… Continue reading Hop in Brew