Black Horse The
928 Bloor Street West, Toronto, ON, M6H 1L4
A quiet, unassuming restaurant in the city’s west end, The Black Horse offers enjoyable ambience, drinks and food to local wanderers.
|Cuisine Type |||Mexican|
|Ambiance |||Patio Dining|
|Meals Served |||Breakfast|
|Amenities |||Visible Kitchen|
|Pricing |||Less than $20|
|Payment |||Interac, MasterCard, American Express, Visa|
|Neighbourhood |||High Park|
|Getting There |||Ossington station|
|Cross Street |||Ossington|
Profile Last Updated: April 09, 2008
Never overcrowded, never begging for company, The Black Horse is the kind of place that’s perfect for hunkering down in conversation over a few drinks, or stopping in for a quick and satisfying meal. Music plays softly in the background and the small TV is only turned up during hockey playoffs. Even the wait staff seem to have a natural hush to their demeanour. Just pick a beverage from the fully equipped bar and discuss a recent movie or play catch-up with an old friend.
All the Basics are Available
At The Black Horse, a simple but delicious menu is available. Food is prepared in an open kitchen within the main room. Choose from a selection of bar food, sandwiches, stir-fries and pastas. The Black Horse also operates as a fine weekend brunch spot, with its windowed front allowing for sun-filled enjoyment of the usual egg or pancake dishes.
A Seasonal Plus
A summer highlight of The Black Horse is the secluded back patio. High fences and greenery isolate this outdoor seating area, which is pleasantly not overlooking the road. Outside the mood is a little more upbeat as people revel in the summer nights, their drinks and their friends.