Advantages Amazing decor and unique environment.
Disadvantages A bit pricier than other pubs in the chain.
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One of the truly wonderful achitectural sights in Toronto has to be the building that houses the Flatiron and Firkin pub. It is one of the narrowest buildings in the city (just recently eclipsed by an office/condominium development down the street), and has an incredible historic feel to it.Even if you don't enjoy hockey, stopping by and having a drink or lunch in this pub is well worth the visit, especially in the summertime when you can sit on the patio along Front street.
The bar itself is partly underground and has a cozy atmosphere and despite the pub being part of large city-wide chain, it does retain a sense of individual character. Situated across the street from two performing arts centres, it is ideal for that pre-show meal or that after performance drink.A wide range of domestic Canadian beer as well as imported draughts compliment a fairly decent menu of pub fare and daily specials. The wine list is not bad for a venue of this nature and is well-stocked with Australian, Californian and Italian wines.
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