Pub restaurants in Toronto
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Admittedly it's a chain, yet the very Brit, student-filled Duke of York pub is the place for traditional ploughman's lunches, bangers and mash, Brick Lane curries, savory pies and, of course, fish and chips (wrapped in pages from a British daily!). Children are welcome upstairs.
Writers, artists, musicians, students and publishers shuffle down Markam St and congregate around the leafy Victory Café patio. There's a truly bohemian vibe here, with Tuesday-night poetry readings and jazz quartets regularly be-bopping it up. The food is pub-style – wings, steaks, curries and burgers – served with a minimum of fuss and washed down with a swathe of beers on tap.