Toronto Bars & Nightlife

Bars & Nightlife neighborhood
Brothers Food and Wine Bar
1240 Bay St., Yorkville
Tucked under Yorkville’s Bay Street subway station in a narrow, unassuming storefront, Brothers Wine Bar has quickly become known for elevated dinner fare and a really great wine selection. Inside, you’ll find a few tables (which, despite the small space, are quite comfortable), and a counter that runs through the length of the restaurant. Cozy and fairly low-key despite the gourmet nature of the food, expect an interesting selection of natural wines, and if you’re with a group, plan to share a bunch of things and try as much as possible from their menu, which is updated daily.
Pray Tell
838 College St., Little Italy
Adorned with sleek, geometric shelving and lots of carefully placed indoor plants, Pray Tell is a charming and casual cocktail spot—and unlike its beloved nearby sister bar, Track & Field, it’s light-filled and fairly quiet in comparison. While it makes sense to go for the cocktails alone (they riff on classics as well as feature more inventive ones like a floral pisco sour with passion fruit and rose-infused Cointreau), there's a full dinner menu plus plenty of snacks depending on what kind of night you want to get after.
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