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Beaver Cafe

1192 Queen St W
Toronto, ON M6J 1J6

(416) 537-2768

Rating: out of 5 stars (58 reviews) Average Rating Over Time
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Hours: 10am-2am 7 Days a Week
Status: Closed


Former gallery that mixes art with comfort food, brunch & nightly dance parties, plus a patio.
by googleplus on June 04, 2014 from googleplus

Editorial Reviews

You can visit from morning till night at this "Queen West mainstay" that's as popular for its brunch menu as its nightly dance parties; throughout the day "funny, friendly people" gather by the narrow bar or huddle around patio tables out back – in sum, a "solid" "local" option.
by zagat on November 12, 2013 from zagat
The name probably tells you most of what you need to know. Located between the Gladstone and the Drake, and blessed with a great patio, this cozy watering hole is famous for its girl-on-girl Sunday parties. Good food and knowledgeable DJs are other attractions.
by frommersca on January 13, 2012 from frommersca
Upwardly mobile arty professionals down pints, cappuccinos, and burgers at this low-key, alt-classy café/bar. Traditionally chic hanging lanterns mesh with drugstore votives on black-lacquer tables; a plywood bench stretches the length of one wall. Most likely soundtrack: Bowie. Most likely clientele: 30-something music producers and art-gallery employees. Canadian art hangs on the walls.
by fodorsca on September 21, 2008 from fodorsca

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Diners are usually the last place one would expect to find a rich cultural landscape, unless you consider grilled cheese and milkshakes mind-expanding. But Beaver Cafe's owner, Megan Whiten, manages to weave her family history of fine art into a casual diner located in the heart of Queen West's art district.
by n49 on February 19, 2010 from n49
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