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barVolo

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BEER AVG
3.77/5
Based on:
23 Beers
19 Reviews
Place Score: 95
Reviews: 57
Visits: 82
rAvg: 4.33
pDev: n/a
Taps: 32
Bottles: 76
Cask: Y
Beer-to-Go: N
[ Brewery, Bar, Eatery ]

587 Yonge St
Toronto, Ontario, M4Y 1Z4
Canada
phone: (416) 928-0008

visit their websiteWebsite view map and get directionsMap @barvolo

Notes:
Place added by: BeerAdvocate

barVolo has recently begun brewing house beers on premise, under the guise of House Ales. However they are not always available. Call ahead to confirm.
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Photo of jjboesen
4.41/5  rDev +1.8%
vibe: 4.75 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4.25 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4

Bar Volo gets great reviews and having been here I can now see why. It is a marvelous venue located right on Yonge Street. I stopped by on a quiet Sunday night, my first night in Toronto. There is a busy patio; however, the humidity drove me into the dim and intimate interior and a place near the small corner bar area. There is a chalkboard detailing the draft selection. I enjoyed: their house ESB on cask, Great Lakes Thrust IPA, Nickelbrook Headstock, Black Oak Saisson and O'Keefe Dry irish Stout. Delicious all. (There are water bottles at the bar that allow you to hydrate and cleanse the palate. Good thinking.)
Food-wise, the menu was pretty eclectic; I opted for the filling muffaletto sandwich. The bathrooms are downstairs - past the glass doors to the left of the bar.

A must for any beer lover when in Toronto. (827 characters)

Photo of MarcatGSB
4.65/5  rDev +7.4%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4.75 | service: 4.25 | selection: 5

Dude.

BarVolo stacks up with the best. It is honestly one of the best beer bars I have ever been to.
They have quite a few rotating taps, I'd say about 35 or so, wich 6 or 7 beer engines. Fantastic! Love me a good cask ale now and then. The taplist consists of a mixture of Ontario beers and a few from other Canadian provinces. Just a really nice, well rounded selection. A little short on Stouts, which was surprising seeing how it's November, and beginning to be a bit chilly. They had quite a few APA's and IPA's, which I see isn't just an American thing, even the Canadian's have bought into the hop rage...it's all good. I didn't have any Pale's at all.

Their bottle selection is where it's at. Freaking amazing bottle selection. Things that you will not find anywhere else, aside from some of the really great beer bars around the world.

I didn't try any of the food on my first visit, but I know I will be back and want to give the food a shot, sounds and looks tasty. The service was fine. The bartenders were knowledgeable and friendly...I like the fact that they don't take your order at the table. Don't be a lazy D-Bag and get off your ass to order a freaking drink and a snack, bro! It keeps the staff to a minimal and that means taking up less space and less overheard for this bar.

Will recommend to people I want to visit...all others stay away. (1,371 characters)

Photo of FEUO
4.14/5  rDev -4.4%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4.25 | service: 4.25 | selection: 3.75

This bar is great, but it would be amazing if located somewhere else in the city. Sitting outside on the patio people watch was entertaining and also depressing, but a good time nonetheless.
The inside is nice but a bit cramped.
Service was pleasant and informative. The menus say to order beer and food at the bar yet the servers came around to pour water and clean up. Why not take orders? Adds additional food traffic around the inside of the bar. No big deal as it was a quiet afternoon when I was there.
Excellent bottle selection but prices were steep. It is downtown T.O. so thats expected I guess.
I doubt I go back as its just too far out of the way from where I normally stay downtown. BarHop is equally good and much closer to most of the hotels. (758 characters)

Photo of beersnoop
4.38/5  rDev +1.2%
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 3

What a treat for my recent business trip north of the border to Toronto. Bar Volo is my new favorite beer bar in North America, seriously. Granted, part of the appeal is the local (Canadian) selection of beers of all types that I don't find in the USA, but these guys really know their stuff and care about their inventory. I hung out with the owner a bit on one of my visits, too, and he really conveys his passion for this excellent beer bar. Unmissable when in Toronto. (472 characters)

Photo of 307x
3.98/5  rDev -8.1%
vibe: 3.75 | quality: 4.25 | service: 3 | selection: 4.75

Great selection with 30 taps of craft beer available. Mostly Ontario but there's a few Quebec brews available as well. I've been here a bunch of times but never had food - so I can't adequately rate it. Service is a bit limited - I've been told a couple of times that there was no wait staff so if I wanted anything I'd have to order from the bar - but when they do have waited tables, the staff is cordial but not brimming with excitement or friendliness. Patio is excellent if you get the end table facing Yonge St to people-watch, but even if not it's a nice covered patio, great for spring and summer months! (612 characters)

Photo of paulie
3.76/5  rDev -13.2%
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 3.5 | service: 3.5 | selection: 4.75 | food: 3

Nice corner bar with a great beer selection. But I doubt I'll bother going back.

Positives:

Enormous beer selection. Lots of local stuff. Good range of styles on the tap list, including cask ales, ciders, and sour beers. There is something for everyone. Fast service at the bar. Low-key, comfortable atmosphere. Mostly young customers who are lively but not rowdy. Relatively efficient (although not terribly friendly) service.

Negatives:

Very limited food menu, and much of that was "not available tonight". I ended up ordering a burger when I got tired of asking for unavailable things. The place was full but not what I'd call "crowded", yet it took 35 minutes for my burger to show up. Not large, or special, and nothing with it except some olives, for 15 Loonies.

Bottle list is heavy on Belgians. I didn't see much else. And the prices were ridiculous. Sure, some of the stuff is rare. But beer has to be pretty effing amazing to justify $30 - $60 per bottle. And most of the stuff on the blackboard was, indeed, in that range.

There is an outdoor patio where people can smoke. Every time the door opens, the smell of smoke blasts in. Yuck.

Overall, I do like the vibe and the tap selection. But it is overpriced for what you get and not good enough to justify a return trip. (1,290 characters)

Photo of EspressoGuy
4.94/5  rDev +14.1%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 5 | service: 5 | selection: 5

Thank goodness i googled for cask beers Toronto and came across this place. AMAZING! But that is really based on being fortunate enough to get the one and only seat at the bar and then to be "hosted" by Tomas, co-owner and beer/coffee geek extraordinaire. He was working flat out pouring beers and talking to customers and still made time to tell me all about their AMAZING "nano-brewery" and more importantly to offer tastes. I wish the info about the beers was on their website but it's not so feel lucky just to taste them at the time. My visit this time included -- and excuse me if I don't have all the details right; we were chatting across the bar -- a FANTASTIC brun that was aged in wine barrels for 6 months and a equally good Berlinerweisse. So many taps, so little time. I don't give a rating of 5 very easily but really this may be the best beer bar I've every visited -- or at least equal to Hair of the Dog in Portland. And if you're into good coffee too don't forget to ask for his recommendations. He knows his stuff! (1,034 characters)

Photo of ThickNStout
4.03/5  rDev -6.9%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 3 | selection: 4.5

A nice little corner bar just up from Dundas square. My wife and I stopped by after dinner. They have an outstanding tap selection of local Canadian craft beer with a couple on cask. A few of them are even brewed in house. The 16+ taps are augmented by an extensive bottle list. Prices are quite reasonable. We went Tuesday evening when it really wasn't busy but often felt forgotten by the server. Other than that it was a great little bar with a nice outdoor patio section and unparalleled selection. If you're in Toronto and can spare a moment, this is a worthwhile stop. (574 characters)

Photo of peensteen
4.5/5  rDev +3.9%
vibe: 5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4

Can't say enough good things about this place. By far the best tap selection in the city and for the most part is made up of offerings not available in stores. Usually about 3 cask offerings from around Ontario with the odd Quebec or Fullers offering. The House Ales they brew on site are all interesting and for the most part very good. They get the best offerings from Great Lakes (ONT) that no other bar in the city gets. Impressive bottle list that includes a wide selection of styles that includes some rare and harder to find bottles. The owner is very friendly and will chat and have a beer with you, the staff are all friendly and knowledgeable. They also host some great events as well, tap takeovers and themed evenings. It does get a little busy here on the weekends and sometimes the service can be on the slow side but that is to be expected. Pretty solid menu, the pizza and veal burgers are delicious also a few good looking pasta dishes. Hands down the place to go for good beer in Toronto. Also, 5 dollar pints on Mondays. (1,039 characters)

Photo of Metalmonk
4.39/5  rDev +1.4%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 5 | service: 3.5 | selection: 4.5

Utterly fantastic, must-stop-in, 100% recommended bar. If you're ever in Toronto, and you love beer: GO.

The place was quiet when we popped in on a Monday afternoon, but that gave the visit a relaxing, all-to-ourselves kind of atmosphere. Despite so few customers at the time, the service was merely okay. No real effort to inform us of their beers, many of which are bottled and hidden behind the bar, but with the use of the chalkboard we sorted out our order. And when I did ask the guy some questions, he was extremely knowledgeable.

Volo specializes in GREAT BEER. Saw lots of stuff I never see in the states, and a big selection of super great stuff in bottles too (Pannepot, BrewDog's Tokio, etc.). There was even a cask offering, and everything was served at just the right temperature. The general vibe here is one that will make any diehard beer fanatic very comfortable, in terms of selection and atmosphere.

Like the Esplanade Bier Markt in another part of town, there's a very European vibe to the place, which is totally fitting. And like that other place, it's a bit pricey, but it was hard to feel anything but satisfied upon exiting the joint. Go!!! (1,171 characters)

Photo of FightingEntropy
4.3/5  rDev -0.7%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4 | selection: 4.5

Stopped for a few pints at barVolo and had a very nice time. Service was very good and attentive while my niece and I sat and chatted through the late afternoon. Good selection of taps with a range of the better Canadian beers, including the two double IPAs that I had. A few outside drafts thrown in, but basically a really good local craft bar. Small, but nice atmosphere with just the noise of patrons talking in the background. My only complaint is the tab added up very quickly. A bit pricey, but good if you're looking for the best local beers served well. (562 characters)

Photo of mmurphy525
4.65/5  rDev +7.4%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 5 | selection: 5 | food: 4

I visited Bar Volo this past weekend on my trip to Toronto and loved the place. Myself and four friends arrived around 5pm on a Saturday and where immediately greeted and offered a patio or inside seat. We opted for the inside to avoid the sun. Our waitress was extremely friendly and attentive. She apologized on a couple occasions because the kitchen wouldn’t be open for supper until 530pm. She also was very knowledgably about there beer menu making suggestions to our group. She was also not afraid to admit it when she was not sure about a question or specific bottle and return to the bartender for the information.

Once the kitchen the kitchen opened we all order our food ranging from pasta to sandwiches. Everyone was happy with their order and had no complaints. The food was good, not a 5 star restaurant but what one would expect from this type of bar.

Coming from the East coast and having limited beer selection I loved this place. We ended up spending four or five hours their drinking. Their selection ranges from local draught beer to one off barrel aged stouts. Prices are reasonable for the most part, however harder to get one off bottles get very pricey ($50 or so).

I would definitely recommend this place and will return on my next visit to Toronto. (1,279 characters)

Photo of marcday
3.1/5  rDev -28.4%
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 3 | service: 2 | selection: 4 | food: 3.5

The service staff annoy me when you must sit down but then have to wait ages for them to recognise that you need a beer. You can't walk up to the bar and get your own - you're stymied by their lack of attentiveness. And then you pay them a tip which reinforces bad behaviour.

The food was fine, but the pizza base seemed to be pastry-based (like puff pastry). It should be a form of bread not kneaded twice!!! The Neopolitans had a great idea - why mess with it?

Apart from these issues I thought the place was OK. Being of a West Coast USA origin in terms of North American beer culture I expect a richer menu. Did I get offered a bottle menu? No. Did you get the most revenue from me for the visit? No. Will I invite people to drink here with me? No. (754 characters)

Photo of Rijtjeshuis
4.1/5  rDev -5.3%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4 | selection: 4 | food: 3.5

Bar Volo has a really good selection which changes quite frequently. You get a lot of obscure Belgian and Ontario brews. They even make their own, which are really good. I've had plenty of my favorite beers that I couldn't find elsewhere.
The atmosphere is great, especially with the patio open, but there is pretty limited seating.
Staff is knowledgeable and informative.
Food is good, but mostly very Italian (pizzas, pastas, olive plates, etc). I'd really love be able to get some richer food,, like belgian or even some more substantial meat dishes. (553 characters)

Photo of
4.28/5  rDev -1.2%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4

Volo has one of the best selections of Ontario craft beer in the province. Their long tap list is almost entirely Ontario, and has included one-off or hard to find selections whenever I have visited. On my last visit I had Durham Hop Addict and Simcoe Silly, a one-off cask IPA from Great Lakes.

The place is usually packed, but I have always been able to find a place at the bar to sip on a pint while I waited for a table. The staff, from the hosts at the door, to the wait staff and bartenders, have always been very welcoming and pleasant. The bartender is usually too busy pouring beer to talk much, but seems to know his stuff.

The food, at least that which I've had, is solid comfort food. Well-prepared and promptly served. It is a little on the pricey side, especially the appetizers and snakcs, but I would still say reasonable for downtown Toronto. (861 characters)

Photo of Digimaika2
4.03/5  rDev -6.9%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 3 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4

Volo has one of the best selections of on-tap beer in Toronto, focusing on alot of hard-to-get gems from across Ontario and usually one or two from Quebec. Great cask options too.

Atmosphere inside is pretty lively as its a rather small space and usually fills up pretty fast. Kind of an old-world traditional italian restaurant vibe going on inside with wooden tables and chairs and eclectic decor. Nice little patio outside that provides a bit more capacity for the place. Cozy bar area where you can order a pint and wait for a table to open up.

Every time I've gone service seems to be quite slow to non-existent at first when sitting down at a table, but I've only ever been there on weekend evenings/nights. Once seated and first approached by a waiter or waitress, the service tends to pick up.

Real reason to come here is the fantastic selection of on-tap Regional Ontario brews, and great cask ales. Fair pint prices considering the quality of product and location in downtown Toronto. They have a beer menu with some rare treats, but be prepared to pay quite a premium for anything imported.

Food is quite good but a tad on the pricey side. Also, every time I've ordered food I have had to wait an incredibly long time for it to arrive, so be prepared. Not a place to go for a quick bite.

Overall, despite the questionable service, would definitely recommend this place if you're looking for the best of the Ontario brewing scene (and you're not in a rush). Tasty food, and a lively atmosphere are other pluses. (1,527 characters)

Photo of TaddyPorter
3.8/5  rDev -12.2%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 2.5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 3

Bar Volo is my new favorite beer bar in Toronto--I would highly recommend it to anyone visiting the area.

I was in Toronto for a conference and was looking for precisely a place like Volo, which had a varied and tantalizing selection of craft beers from all over Canada.

Food was fine, but service was pretty terrible when we went there for dinner (forgotten/mixed up orders, difficulty getting the server's attention for drink refills). The bartenders were good, and service was fine when I was there for late lunch at a calmer hour.

Any faults are more than made up for by the incredible selections on tap and in bottles. Any beer geek could find plenty of little surprises to enjoy at Volo. I wish I could get there more often!

Cheers!
Taddy (749 characters)

Photo of BehindtheFinBrew
4.2/5  rDev -3%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4.5

In Toronto for my bachelor party this past weekend.

This was our first stop on the seemingly never ending Yonge Street. A cozy little bar with bottles decorating the place and Trappist Rochefort proudly displayed. We sat outside as it was a nice evening. Only a few servers on staff but he was friendly and very attentive. A nice tap list with mostly Ontario brewed beer which was what we were looking for. I had the Great Lakes Armadildo IPA off cask. A decent brew. Another cask IPA and some hefe's were ordered and all were received well. The menu was quite extensive with beers from all over the world readily displayed by country and variety, but bottle prices were a little steep, especially for Belgians ($16 CAD for Trappist Rochefort 8 330 ml). Otherwise a great stop for any BA and I recommend it. (808 characters)

Photo of TheSevenDuffs
4.08/5  rDev -5.8%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 3.5 | selection: 4 | food: 4

Updated my reviews based on a number of visits between my first visit and March 2011.

I have generally found that their tap selection can be very hit or miss, the service tends to be slow, food takes forever to arrive, tables can be very hard to come by and ordering from the bottle list can often lead to less than fresh beer. For example, a Great Divide Titan IPA that was served in Feb 2011 was bottled in October 2008! Seriously. Still a great beer bar and one that i will visit again for sure, but it is not withouth its flaws.

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Finally made my way to Volo yesterday and it was everything that I expected (and my expectations were HIGH).

The tap selection was very good, including two casks and a couple of ciders. All local product more or less with the exception of one Unibroue tap. I had a pint of Publican House Square Nail Pale Ale, Duggan's #9 Cask and King Pilsner.

The bottle selection was almost surreal for a Toronto beer bar, including numerous selections from Half Pints, Central City, Unibroue, Rogue, Southern Tier and Stone. There were also one-offs or a couple of styles from breweries such as Tree, Great Divide and others.

Perhaps my biggest surprise was seeing the 5 different Moylans bottles that they offered, including Hopsickle! Sure it was a steep $25 for the bomber, but I will be returning to try one shortly.

A lot of the US craft bottles ran pretty expensive - between $15 and $30 on average for a 650 ml bottle, but the demand must be there at that price and it is great to see someone bringing these across the border.

The servers were very friendly and knowledgeable, but the service was slightly slow.

I will be heading back here many, many times.
The food was very good (1,727 characters)

Photo of kjyost
3.2/5  rDev -26.1%
vibe: 4 | quality: 3 | service: 1 | selection: 5 | food: 4

A nice pub like atmosphere, with a ton of cool bottles lying around and a chalkboard list of beers on tap. During our visit they were not terribly busy and had run out of some beers, but never took the time to wipe them for some odd reason...

The quality of the beers I had was pretty good... Casked IPAs. They did serve me one drink filled with trub from dry-hopping. I also have to wonder about the quality of some of the other beers on their menu. They had a pilsner from back home (Half Pints) that hasn't been around since last summer and their Oktoberfest from 8 months prior. I can't imagine they will be particularly fresh nor hoppy. Also I had 3 cask beers served to me without head. How can you pull that trick off? Their selection was second to none in Canada though... Stuff that the LCBO doesn't have, must have been special orders.

Service? Awful. Hadn't had any this bad in a long time. SLOW. Took forever to let us know that some food was out. Words cannot describe how pathetic the service was.

The food was good and tasty, albeit small portion sizes.

The beers though are crazy expensive. Aphrodisiaque which can be had for $2.5 4 hours away for $11? Central City which is $2 in MB for $10? Do I need to list more ludicrous prices? If you aren't drinking tap beer, bring gold bullion... (1,309 characters)

Photo of uno99
4.4/5  rDev +1.6%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4

So far my favorite Bar in Toronto, or Canada for that matter...
Been here a few times now since moving to Toronto so I'll just sum it up:

Atmosphere: very rustic and utilitarian, but in a good way. I wish the place was a little bigger and the bathrooms not so far away and smelly/small. otherwise its very nice.

Service: knowlegeable and attentive every time I've been.

Selection: Always somthing tasty and new on tap, and if your bored with the taps and casks, they have a "few" bottles as well. The new website btw is fantastic. they take a photo of the cask and keg board and update the website very frequently - that way you know what to order before you go.

Food: Only ordered food once before. it's definitly adequeate. (729 characters)

Photo of irishkyle21
4.63/5  rDev +6.9%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 5 | food: 4.5

This is the best beer bar in Toronto (so that basically means the best beer bar in Ontario in my opinion of course). Great cozy atmosphere not that big of a bar. Was in Toronto a few weeks ago with my girlfriend and I've missed out on going to Volo too many times (the hours are a little constricting). We got there around 7 just in time for supper. They have a great beer selection. I had a good buzz on by the time we left. Great service and great food as well. There pastas are not to be missed. It is pricey but worth it. (525 characters)

Photo of ludachris
4.75/5  rDev +9.7%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 5 | selection: 5 | food: 4.5

My girlfriend took me here as part of an early birthday present and man was this place great.

It was quite busy when we arrived but lucked out on a table right away. The atmosphere was cozy and homey with the majority of the lighting coming from candle and christmas lights. Old beer taps, bottles, posters, and boxes are placed in every corner, making it clear right away that this bar really prides itself on their beer.

Their selection is out of this world and by far the best I've ever come across. They had 1 beer on cask, about 10 solid locals on tap and an extensive Canadian and import menu with the local one being 2 pages. I ended up getting a pint of Durham's Hop Addict, a bottle of Half Pints Little Scrapper, and another bottle of Moyland Moylanders Double IPA, all of which were fantastic and served in the proper glassware at the proper temperatures. The food was also excellent. I don't eat pasta but that was no problem with a variety of other tasty choices on the menu.

The service was superb. The owner was there (forgot his name) and was very helpful in finding appropriate beers for both me and my girlfriend and seemed genuinely interested in how we liked them. As the night came to an end I ordered a bottle of Southern Tier's Unearthly, and the owner quickly came over and asked our server to wait a second. He ended up giving me a run through on almost all of their double ipa's and recommended the Moyland's because "it was more bang for my buck" and a bit cheaper. I ended up going with his recommendation and I was not disappointed. I was very appreciative of the fact that he cared more for what I liked than he did selling a more expensive bottle, and this is partly why the service is so excellent. Our server was just as nice and also quick, and very knowledgeable. I couldn't have asked for more in terms of service.

The only bad thing I could say about this bar is that the bathrooms are in need of a little work, but that's a minor complaint and had no effect on my overall experience there.

All in all, without exaggeration, Volo is the best bar I've been to in my life (although I only turned 19 last year). The service, selection, quality, and food were all excellent and everything was decently priced. I'm counting down the days until the next time I get to visit this gem of a place. If you're in the Toronto area, definitely stop by this place, you will not be disappointed. (2,424 characters)

Photo of exbrit
4.22/5  rDev -2.5%
vibe: 5 | quality: 4 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4 | food: 4

My brother recently moved to Toronto and I helped him move. As BA'ers, we figured we should hit the top rated beer bar in the city while i was there.
The place is smaller than i expected but the atmosphere was very relaxed and the focus was most certainly on the beer first and foremost. We sat at a small table on the upper level close to the bar and checked out the beer menu on a chalkboard on the wall. The tap list was obviously heavy on the Ontario breweries.
Coming from a border city next to Detroit i'm accustomed to all the amazing Michigan beers and have usually been dissapointed with most cratf brewers here as they are usually a bit soft.
Having said that the range of beer available at volo more than made up for the sometimes milquetoast Ontario offerings.
They had an impressive tap selection which our young female server had a good knowledge of and the bottle selection compared with that of any beer bar in Michigan altough the prices were perhaps a bit on the steep side. But considering this is Yonge St in (almost) downtown Toronto this shouldn't be a big surpurise.
We all ate and the food was reasonably priced and quite good while we were there on a November Saturday night.
All in all Volo is a very cool spot in the city for some relaxed atmosphere, great beer and all the hip Toronto crowd are out there on the weekends. Look forward to going back again (1,384 characters)

Photo of jgasparine
4.34/5  rDev +0.2%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4.5

This is where I had my bachelor party, which I enjoyed immensely...

We had about 12 guys, and they managed to accomodate us with two long tables.

The beer list was spectacular. It offered a number of my favorites, and many more beers I had yet to try. What really made it for me was a the service.

Our server was very well-versed in beer, and very familiar with everything on the list... this made things a lot easier for the guys in the group that were unsure about what to order.

From what I remember (it turned into a very blurry night), I didn't want to leave... it was just too good!

Definitely check this place out if you're in Toronto. (651 characters)

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barVolo in Toronto, ON, Canada
95 out of 100 based on 57 ratings.