581 Markham Street, Toronto, ON, M6G 2L7
Nestled on a quiet, tree-lined corner of Mirvish Village just outside the Annex, the Victory Café is a longtime favourite watering hole for the quietly artsy set.
|Cuisine Type |||Eclectic|
|Ambiance |||Patio Dining, Brewpub|
|Meals Served |||Lunch, Brunch, Dinner|
|Amenities |||Full Bar, Live Entertainment, Beer & Wine|
|Pricing |||Less than $20|
|Payment |||Interac, MasterCard, Visa|
|Getting There |||Bathurst station|
|Cross Street |||Markham and Bloor|
|Mon-Fri: 4PM-2AM, Sat-Sun: 12PM-2AM|
Profile Last Updated: August 04, 2008
The quaint, residential look of the Victory Cafe’s (or the Vic as locals lovingly call it) exterior is a preview of the intimate, wood paneled and candle lit room inside. That most of the tables only seat two can make it difficult for larger gatherings, though there are a few larger tables at the front and back. However, this set-up makes the Victory Café a great place to take a date.
Great Selection of Beers on Tap
A wide selection of beers are available on tap, as well as standard mixed drinks and wine. The menu has a selection of standards to choose from, from burgers to pasta dishes with a few tasty stops in between.
Maritime Paraphernalia Décor
Don’t forget to explore the upstairs at the Victory Café. This space has another bar which is only open on occasion. Performances take place upstairs, including live jazz music on Wednesday nights. Upstairs or down, the Vic is a great place for meeting friends, and one of the best for sitting down on your own, reading, working or talking to strangers at the bar.
Perfect on a Hot Summer’s Eve
In the summertime, the expansive patio is also an option. Sitting on a residential street in the shade of the many trees and without much traffic makes this one of the most popular patios in the city on a hot summer’s eve.