If you’re in the mood for a tasty beverage in Liberty Village, Toronto, there are quite a few neighbourhood bars and pubs to choose from.
Whether you’re hanging out with friends and family or connecting with business coworkers and clients, there’s a bar or pub just right for you.
Here are the best places to have a drink in Liberty Village Toronto
Local Public Eatery – 171 East Liberty St
Local is definitely one of the local hot spots in Liberty Village year round for residents and area visitors alike. Their patio is always busy so you might be waiting a while to get a seat outside in the summer months or you can grab a seat inside with lots of seating at the bar or restaurant tables. They’ve got a full range of craft beers and mixed drinks to choose from and always have a sports game or two playing on their large screen TV’s as well.
Brazen Head Irish Pub – 165 East Liberty St
Brazen Head is a great place to grab a pint and hoist a few on their multi level patios or inside the Irish themed pub. Brazen Head is also the official “unofficial” home of the Toronto Football Club (TFC) so you’re bound to see a sea of red jerseys for home games as the pub fills up with TFC fans pre and post games. The pub also features occasional live music and decent pub grub.
The Craft Brasserie and Grille – 107 Atlantic Ave
The Craft Brasserie offers a pretty huge pub space inside with lots of tables and seating and a decent outside patio as well. There is a full range of craft and local beers to choose from along with wine and spirits. It’s also a popular lunch and after work spot.
Liberty Commons at Big Rock Brewery – 42 East Liberty St
A proper Canadian brew pub, Liberty Commons serves bold food and cold brew by Oliver & Bonacini and Big Rock Brewery. They’ve got a great street level patio up top on Liberty Street and down below at the back of the building off Atlantic Ave. Liberty Commons also offers some tasty local craft beers and plenty of TV’s inside to catch your favourite game.
Arvo Coffee and Wine – 80 Atlantic Ave
Arvo offers some excellent coffee and craft beer options during the day but turns completely into a pretty nice wine and cocktail bar at night, featuring a selection of local and regional wines and lots of great cocktails too. Arvo offers a nice ambience inside and a sweet patio in hotter months.
Something in the Water Brewing Co – 151 East Liberty St
This craft brewer offers an ever changing selection of local beers from sour’s to pale ales and lagers. The European style cafe design offers patrons a small and colourful scene. Enjoy a flight of sample beers or a pint inside or relax outside on their patio, with limited seating.
NODO Liberty – 120 Lynn Williams St
Nodo is located in a high traffic area in the heart of Liberty Village. Nodo offers classic Italian fare and has a pretty big central bar area and upstairs patio offering a wide range of drink options including wine, cocktails and beer.
Merci Mon Ami – 171 East Liberty St
Merci Mon Ami is an independently owned spot located right next to Local Public Eatery. They’ve got a more intimate patio for drinks in hotter months and a few tables inside to enjoy a beer and wine.
Liberty Village bars and pubs provide a little something different for every drink taste. Most spots are located within easy walking distance to each other, so why not try a few?