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Reviews by seagoat:
4.34/5 rDev +4.6%
C'est What? is located a little bit east of the main downtown area and a few blocks off of the waterfront. Like the photo shows, the main entrance is designated by the blue and white awning.
Once inside the doors you will be going down a flight of stairs, so the entire establishment is below street level. It is a spacious place that is split between two main rooms with a bar in each. There are a couple pool tables in back near the washrooms. The walls are all brick and stone which give it a bit of a cave like feel. There is a fair amount of beer bottles and beer signs decorating the place but not so much that it gives it a cluttered feel.
There were about 25-30 beers on tap and a bottle list of about 30 more. They say that they only serve Canadian microbrewed beers. The staff was friendly the couple times we went there but not terribly helpful with information about some of the local breweries such as location, open to the public, tasting rooms, etc.
We didn't eat there but it looked like a good menu with a number of different things that we would have been willing to try.
I'm giving it a 3 $ because the price of beers was more expensive than I expected and am used to from many places in the States. They were usually $5 - $8 range for bottles or draft but there is also 14% tax for goods and services and a Provincial tax combined. That applies everywhere though and not just at this bar.
We enjoyed this place, it was comfortable and relaxed, and we were able to try a bunch of Canadian beers that we were not familiar with. A definite stop on a trip to Toronto.
01-25-2007 23:26:07 | More by seagoat
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C'est What? in Toronto, ON, Canada
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