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Reviews by TheSevenDuffs:
4.4/5 rDev +5.3%
This has quickly become my go-to beer bar in Toronto.
The tap list is great both in terms of quantity and quality. There is always a good assortment of styles and breweries and often a few one-offs or harder to find beers from the local breweries. Not to mention, they almost always have Peche Mortel on tap!
The service is great as well. Bartenders are knowledgeable, talkative and friendly. As are the waiters.
The prices are reasonable and the food is pretty good as well.
Atmosphere is also nice. Not too upscale of a feel but also nice, clean and inviting.
12-11-2012 13:54:35 | More by TheSevenDuffs
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4.06/5 rDev -2.9%
This place is a little gem. Read some of the BA reviews and had to visit. I was not disappointed. Stuck right in the heart of a major steetcar intersection ( I believe due to construction). I had the idea it would be noisy, smelly and busy. What a shock. King Street is always a high traffic area, but inside the friendly confines of Bar Hop it was beervana . The beer menu was user friendly; in fact maybe too much. The communication with my non-drinking wife ceased. I was too engulfed in ABV's IBU's and Plato to hear about her Eaton Centre exploits. Note To Self: Do not make a habit of this. Our server was very in touch with the product. Food options were limited, however good sized portions and prepared to order specifications negated this drawback. Two cask offings and a plethora of micro brews made this a memorable experience. Tried the County Durham Cask and a Leftfield Saison. Both were served in proper glassware at the correct temperature. Biggest testimonial from that wife of mine, who pretty much hates every beer place in the world. She said she would return to Bar Hop because she enjoyed the food and ambiance. I love her for that type of candor.
06-03-2014 19:35:23 | More by beckerboots
4.38/5 rDev +4.8%
What a great little spot! I was there for lunch and the food menu was standard fare with lots of fun twists (e.g., bone marrow aoli on the burger). I would describe it as simple food prepared very well with some inventive ideas.
The wait staff was very knowledgeable, friendly and prompt.
And the beer was great. They have ~20 taps pouring local craft beer and have two rotating casks. I did not spend a lot of time reading over the bottle list, but it seemed to have a lot of options, but maybe no whales.
The atmosphere was inviting and overall, I had a very enjoyable lunch!
04-30-2014 18:30:56 | More by mtomlins
Bar Hop in Toronto, ON, Canada
92 out of 100 based on 18 ratings.