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1154 Queen St W
Toronto, ON M6J 1J5

(416) 516-2550

Rating: 4 out of 5 stars (76 reviews) Average Rating Over Time
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Hours: 5pm-2am 7 Days a Week
Status: Opens in 51 minutes
Payment Methods: Visa, MasterCard, American Express


If you stop in for a drink before hitting the town, you might find yourself staying until last call. This one-room, upscale watering hole can’t help but host a friendly, casual vibe within its close quarters. Modest black walls, vintage beaded light fixtures and an inviting bar-front picture window create a cozy environment to settle in with friends. Opens at 5 p.m. daily. Reservations...
by whereca on June 01, 2014 from whereca


A nice place to relax and meet friends: I was quite pleased when I went to Beaconsfield and saw that they did not have any beer on their menu that you can get from any old sports bar or pub; rather, they have an assortment of local and international beers, all of which get served in their proper glasses. The place has a great atmosphere, with soft and ambient lighting, dark furnishings, and a patio, and both the employees and the patrons were very friendly and polite. The only things I did not like about Beaconsfield are that there is no table service, and there are only two unisex washrooms for the entire place.
Rated 4 stars by ashley_t on August 27, 2010

Editorial Reviews

A great neighbourhood spot across from the Drake Hotel, The Beaconsfield offers good sized meals like salmon with spaghetti squash, poutine and short ribs.
Rated 3.2 stars by Staff on April 30, 2011 from blogto
More relaxed and less image conscious than neighbouring Drake Hotel, The Beaconsfield is paramount for casual conversation amongst friends. Ironic given its sleek decor of dark walls, elegant chandelier and swank rouge banquettes. New friends can be made too amongst the welcoming 30-somethings, mainly musicians, artists and film junkies that surround the steel bar. Expansive glass-front window...
by blackbookmag on November 09, 2008 from blackbookmag
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