Sir Winston Churchill Pub
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Lonely Planet review
This Rue Crescent staple is the go-to spot of the block. Winnie’s cavernous, split-level pub draws a steady crowd of tourists and students and an older Anglo crowd. In fact, the late, great author Mordecai Richler used to knock back cold ones in the bar upstairs. Among multiple bars, pool tables and pulsating music, meals are served all day and happy-hour drink specials abound.