|Ambiance |||Patio Dining, Pub, Casual|
|Meals Served |||Bit O' Everything|
|Amenities |||Wheelchair Accessible|
|Pricing |||$21 - $30|
|Payment |||Interac, Visa|
|Neighbourhood |||Danforth/East York|
|Getting There |||Chester Station|
|Cross Street |||Danforth and Chester|
|Mon-Fri: 4PM-2AM | Sat-Sun: 2PM-2AM|
Profile Last Updated: June 26, 2008
As the name suggests, The Auld Spot isn’t looking to change the world. Taking its inspiration from the traditional pubs of the British Isles, and specifically the public houses of Scotland, the Auld Spot offers a selection of high-class pub grub, excellent single-malt Scotches and draught beer. This winning combination of excellent food and drink served in an authentic atmosphere have made the Auld Spot a destination for area residents and satisfied patrons from all over the city.
Tantalizing Pub Fare
Even if you simply drop by for a drink, you’ll surely be tempted by the starters menu that features poutine, soup of the day, and ploughman’s lunch, as well as smoked salmon and oysters on the half shell. The bangers and mash is made with fresh lamb sausage and garlic mashed potatoes, and comes with house-made fennel sauerkraut. The striploin is served with a tarragon-based aioli and a complement of garlic mashed potatoes. Fish and chips, burgers and Po’ Boy sandwiches are only two of the highlights on the Favourites menu, which is perfect if you’re looking for something quick and filling.
Mixing Business with Pleasure
The Auld Spot combines elegance and down-home charm, attracting the twenty-something and urban professional crowd that flocks the Danforth evenings and weekends. With its charming yellow stucco interior, warm and cozy wooden booths, and fenced-in front patio, the Auld Spot is a great place to hang out with friends, enjoy a quick bite, or linger for a savoury dinner.