JunctionCat (4) toronto, Ontario | September 18, 2016| Updated December 3, 2016
My fav place. Food and Beers are always on point. Best pub food in the city and the IPAs are always fresh and punchy. Rotating taps means always something new, but the beer you had last visit is probably gone unless its the IPA. Most servers are great and beer geeky.. some are less knowledgeable but still capable. Always have a good time, gets very full in the evening so plan accordingly. Popular for a reason, and very fair price / portion sizes (huge).
flatmatt (80) Northville, Michigan | April 30, 2016| Updated July 24, 2016
Great place, great feel. A good selection of beers on tap, all done well so far as I could tell. It’s nice to see this kind of variety from one brewer while keeping the quality, especially with sours in the lineup. The food was quite tasty as well. The server was very friendly and helpful. Definitely a place to return to if I’m in the city again.
Nice space with solid tap offerings of their beers. I enjoyed the Instigator and Zombie Imp. stout while their. Food is great. Service, at least on this night, was less than impressive. Servers standing off to the side of the bar chatting rather than engaging us, the customers!
What a great place, lots of wood inside but it feels light and airy. Bottle shop in front, growlers available, lots of merch (they’ve got nice glasses.) Good beers, some barrel aged sometimes, some funky beers, their standby beers are all good. Pizza here is nice, nothing but good things to say.
Visiting around noon on a Saturday in June. Place was not very busy, and service was quick to seat us. Nice cozy place. We sat in a booth and it was fine. 13 beers on tap, 11 of their own two guest taps, one from great Lakes one from stone. Their own beers were excellent, had two flights of 5 each and got to try ten different beers. The Strawberry ipa was a standout. had some fries that were excellent and some maple licorice wings which were also very good, but a touch dry. Value is there, two people drank and snacked for under $40. It’s waaaaaay out there if you are staying downtown, but it’s worth the jaunt out to th junction.
Visited with HogTownHarry spending a good few leisurely hours enjoying the beers and food. Awesome place. Inviting atmosphere with exposed brick, polished wooden floors and soft lighting. Plenty of bar seating and dining tables. The beers are top notch and brewed well over many styles. Another plus is the high quality of food. It’s seriously good here and not crazily priced either for that sort of quality. Great service on a relaxing and not overly busy afternoon. There’s a retail shop in the front corner as you walk in. A must visit in Toronto.
Visited on a Thursday for lunch. Good sized brewpub, feels more like a restaurant. Excellent service, fast and friendly. Our waitress had an extensive knowledge of their beers and made food pairing suggestions. About a dozen beers on draught with one or two guest taps as well as growlers and bottles to go. Beer flights available (5x4oz for 10-15$). Food-wise, everything we had was very good, I highly recommend the fish tacos. I’d have no problem going back.
Weird ambiance to this place: mix of hipster wood bars and table tops, but the chairs feel like they come from Swiss Chalet. Large place that carries sound too well, makes for a very noisy location. There were a few times where loud patrons felt like they were shouting directly in my ear because sound was bouncing off the window directly in front of us (we sat in the front window).
Selection is only their beer, with a handful of collaborations and a couple of guest taps. Nice variety of styles, but really only about 10 or so beers to choose from.
Food was great. We came here months ago and were very underwhelmed, but this second go-around was much better. Very tasty tuna tacos, short rib burger and breaded eggplant sandwich. Give their house-made hot sauce a try, it’s unique and very tasty.