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Beer Available At The Rhino (arranged by most recent)
Camerons Rye Bock 56, Camerons Auburn Ale 47, Black Oak Summer Saison 84, Great Lakes Brewing X Nickel Brook Creepy Bitch 87, 5 Paddles Hot Pants IPA , 66 Pick Up Cider , Rusty Bling Red Cider , Rambliní Road Country Ale , Rambliní Road Farm Dakota Pearl Ale , Left Field Resin Bag 81, Kilannan The Men Who Stare At Oats , Black Oak Barrel Aged Gooseberry Saison , Flying Monkeys Rubus Acerbi , Junction Craft Shinkansen IPA , Durham Fresh Hops , Forked River Forkiní Gourd Porter , Forked River King of the Who? Harvest ESB , 5 Paddles Narcissism Of Minor Differences Ipa (Citra) , Block Three King Street Saison , Block Three New Rise Pale Ale
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Beershine (698) The Sunshine State, Florida | October 2, 2008
34 AMBIANCE 1/5 SERVICE 3/10 SELECTION 6/15 FOOD N/A VALUE N/A OVERALL 7/20
What a strange place. They have an extensive multinational beer list but are out of almost all of them. The prices are really good, which is probably why itís popular, but most folks are drinking Bud Light. Price is the only reason to drink here but you get what you pay for...
Oakes (625) Vancouver, British Columbia | September 26, 2008
32 AMBIANCE 1/5 SERVICE 5/10 SELECTION 6/15 FOOD N/A VALUE 8/10 OVERALL 4/20
This place blows. It has no idea what it wants to be, as evidence by the myriad of clashing decor and a laughably absurd menu ranging from coq au vin to deep fried pub grub. More than half of the beers we ordered werenít available. Some bitch shift manager tried to kick us out of our seats for someone else. Prices are very good, but the Rhino is a gong show in pretty much every respect. No way in hell Iím going back to this shithole.
Sammy (517) Toronto, Ontario | August 25, 2008
64 AMBIANCE 3/5 SERVICE 7/10 SELECTION 9/15 FOOD N/A VALUE 7/10 OVERALL 13/20
A nice and large round bar. Bottles from what you missed at the LCBO in other parts of the province, basically. Away to the west of downtown.
JoeMcPhee (502) Toronto, ON, Ontario | December 14, 2010| Updated January 22, 2011
62 AMBIANCE 2/5 SERVICE 5/10 SELECTION 10/15 FOOD N/A VALUE N/A OVERALL 14/20
Grungy but cheap. Check it out earlier in the day if (like me) you have a low frat-boy threshold. Easily the cheapest place Iíve been to in the city. I like that they have full pints and multiple casks. Ambience and service are spotty, but you can certainly have a good time here.
Lubiere (447) Ottawa, Ontario | April 12, 2013
66 AMBIANCE 3/5 SERVICE 7/10 SELECTION 11/15 FOOD N/A VALUE 7/10 OVERALL 12/20
An old school tavern on Queen St. West with a bric a brac ambiance but with a certain charm, friendly staff. decent selection of beer, a nice little place out of the beaten path.
jercraigs (259) Toronto, Ontario | August 30, 2013
60 AMBIANCE 3/5 SERVICE 3/10 SELECTION 11/15 FOOD 6/10 VALUE 8/10 OVERALL 13/20
The Rhino is a bit of mystery in many ways. They have dramatically improved from previous years where >80% of the pre-printed bottle menu was not actually available. Consistency is still an issue at times unfortunately. Staff ranges from awful to awesome, typically friendly but occassionally glacially slow, asking whatís on cask still sometimes gets a response that mixes the names of beers from two different breweries. The tap list is generally but not always up to date, but is generally a pretty good selection of Ontario craft beers and occassionally includes one offs not available elsewhere. The food also ranges from pretty mediocre to excellent. So why do people still go? It is damn cheap compared to most of the local beer destinations, full pints are often comarable in price to 300ml or half pint pours elsewhere, and faults aside its usually a pretty fun spot. It is often a big hangout for supporters of the local TFC soccer club before games. The events that they have done recently are generally pretty solid, aided in part by the larger size here compared to many other places. They are generally pretty supportive of the craft beer scene in Toronto. Overall itís worth a visit, and a bit of a guilty pleasure for locals sometimes. For out of town beer geeks it is not a must visit, but it is right on the streetcar line and walking distance from Bellwoods so gauge for yourself if it is worth incorporating into your trip.
mabel (211) Toronto, Ontario | March 22, 2009
50 AMBIANCE 3/5 SERVICE 4/10 SELECTION 10/15 FOOD 6/10 VALUE 8/10 OVERALL 8/20
Visited on a growingly busy Friday evening in April, it has a dark dance hall feel with a generally loud din above some background music. Cheap drinks are a plus and quite the bottle selection is noted in a big menu, but the first five we tried to order were out of stock. Service is pretty slow and forgetful and one-task minded. Have tried the wings here: tasty if a little cold by the time they came out. As one lady told me in the washroom, "Itís a little dungeon!"
We visited here again later in the year with a group of eight for birthday drinks. The service was quicker but ruder: she gave us a hard time for not giving a bigger tip when it turns out she was ignoring the $10 in change we had collected.
Radek Kliber (201) Toronto (Can) Krotoszyn (Pol), Poland | July 24, 2012
74 AMBIANCE 4/5 SERVICE 7/10 SELECTION 12/15 FOOD 7/10 VALUE 8/10 OVERALL 14/20
I really like that place. It has rustic feel to it with bit of funk. They do have solid tap list, good bottle list. Service was always friendly and knowledgeable. The Rhino supports local BJCP program.
cratez (185) Toronto, Ontario | July 7, 2011| Updated July 11, 2012
64 AMBIANCE 3/5 SERVICE 5/10 SELECTION 12/15 FOOD 7/10 VALUE 7/10 OVERALL 12/20
EDIT - APRIL 2012: Went to The Rhino while waiting for a table at Grand Electric across the street. It took 15 minutes to get a menu and another 15 to receive our drinks. I actually went to cancel the order but she had already poured the beers when I got to the bar. I used to think this place was underrated but I now see it for the shithole that it is. 2011 Review - Visited with Baird and Farmer after the Session 99 Craft Beer Festival. Large open bar and dining area greets you at the door with the patio off to the right. Crowd is diverse in age. We grabbed three pints of Black Oak 10 Bitter Years and I noticed Amsterdam Boneshaker IPA and Great Lakes Lackeyís Cask on tap. Bottle list is massive with stuff from Brooklyn, Thomas Hardyís, Southern Tier, Les Brasseurs de Gayant, and Rogue, among countless other breweries. Many craft offerings. Service was a bit grisly, but we got our drinks and take out in reasonable time, and the waitresses are quite attractive. The food was surprisingly good - I enjoyed my Thai chicken pizza and the beef nachos were tasty as well (thanks Nick!). Overall, this place is highly underrated IMO, and if the service was slightly better, I wouldíve rated it even more favourably. The Rhino has a very respectable tap lineup, a huge bottle menu, solid pub grub, an eclectic crowd, and a fun, welcoming atmosphere. For a so-called "dive bar," you could do ALOT worse.
solidfunk (136) Washington D.C., Washington DC | November 18, 2011| Updated June 24, 2013
68 AMBIANCE 2/5 SERVICE 5/10 SELECTION 13/15 FOOD N/A VALUE 8/10 OVERALL 14/20
There is a great list here, even if a lot of the titles arenít always updated. Servers dont know a lot about beer here and some give attitude avout going into the cellar. The older woman usually knows whatís going on - try to deal with her. Prices are the best thing about this place other than the selection.
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