This basement honky-tonk has quickly turned into a mecca for roots, bluegrass, and country rock in Toronto. High-profile singer/songwriters like Ron Sexsmith (a local resident), Serena Ryder, and John Doe (of X) have graced the small stage under the disco ball. Excellent Mexican and Southern-accented food is on offer, and barstools fashioned from wine barrels are a fun touch that pays homage to the Little Portugal locale. The bottomless bluegrass brunch on Sundays is an institution.
The Dakota Tavern
249 Ossington Ave, Toronto, ON, Canada
Our Rating Transportation Subway: St. Patrick, then a streetcar W to Ossington Ave Phone 416/850-4579 Web site The Dakota Tavern
Map249 Ossington Ave Toronto ON Canada Toronto
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