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298 Queen St W · interesting places nearby
Black Bull information
The Black Bull may have Toronto's most desired patio in that it seems to catch more sunlight than anywhere else, and has a prime drinking spot for when you need a rest from Queen St shopping. Line up behind the others to wait for a table, and don't give it up until the sun goes down. Free wi-fi is a nice touch.