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Rebel House The


1068 Yonge St
Toronto, ON M4W 2L4

(416) 927-0704

Rating: out of 5 stars (46 reviews) Average Rating Over Time
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Hours: Mon -Sat 11:30am- 1:00am (11pm on Sundays)Weekend Brunch 10:30am until 3pm
Status: Closed
Payment Methods: Visa, MasterCard, American Express

Description

Its unpretentious Canadian spirit is reflected in the mainly 20-30-something crowd that frequents this popular Rosedale haunt. Although there is an outstanding back patio with parachute roof, seating is limited. If you’re lucky enough to score a seat, sample the numerous offerings from Ontario’s micro-breweries, the hearty, simple fare or the weekend brunch menu.<br/><br/>Rebel House is a find. Count...
by toronto on November 04, 2013 from toronto

Reviews

cozy brunch spot: I've had brunch here several times and have always been pleased. It is not a fancy spot, but the ambiance is nice and cozy for a lazy Saturday or Sunday brunch. The staff are generally friendly and the only negative is the wait for food can be a bit long at times. My favourites are the spinach and apple salad, and the classic grilled cheese. I definitely recommend trying this little neighbourhood pub if you are looking for a new brunch spot to try in Toronto.
Rated 4 stars by touristgirl on August 16, 2010

Editorial Reviews

Friendly service combines with better-than-average pub grub and an impressive selection of microbrews (almost entirely Canadian) to make for a popular neighborhood spot. In summer, the gorgeous patio is a bonus. The food isn't exotic, but it's good: The spinach and apple salad is fresh, the Québécois poutine fine with beer drinking, and the steak frites decent. Most main courses are priced...
by frommersca on January 13, 2012 from frommersca
The Rebel House has been doing its thing for over 17 years now. Co-owner, Bruce Roberts, has seen locals come and go, shops open and close, and the neighbourhood grow since he opened up shop with partner David Logan in 1993, but still the Rebel remains strong. Back then, the Rebel House was one of the only joints of its kind in the area, and Roberts fondly recalls the two hour-long lineups that...
Rated 2.6 stars by Melissa Yu on March 26, 2011 from blogto
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