Spangled with graffiti on the prominent Bathurst/College St corner, Sneaky Dee's downstairs bar is true grunge with battered booths and...
Aunties & Uncles
There's usually a line on the sidewalk outside the picket fence of this always-bustling brunch/lunch joint with a simple menu of cheap...
463 Bathurst St · interesting places nearby
Though there have been a few attempts to shut it down, an off-the-wall experience (or perhaps on -the-wall) still awaits at Cineforum. Irascible Torontonian character Reg Hartt wraps posters around telephone poles advertising his cinema – the front room of his house where he showcases classic and avant-garde films. Animation retrospectives are his specialty, as are Salvador Dalí prints. Come prepared for idiosyncratic lectures designed to expand your consciousness (like ‘What I Learned from LSD’), sometimes delivered while movies are playing. Seats 20; bring your own food and drink.