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3030 Dundas West

Photo: Jesse Milns

Posted by Alexandra Grigorescu / May 15, 2012

3030 Dundas Street West is, incidentally, both the address and name of this new Junction bar. The lack of concrete signage isn't laziness, but could rather be interpreted as a refusal to be categorized.

Upon entry, you're greeted by a retro black and white TV set, a couch and a rug--where thirty-somethings sit with knees tucked under chins in a perfect pantomime of their younger selves. Beyond this, the space is cavernous. Exposed ducts snake along the ceiling, artwork lines one wall--which is a dedicated gallery space--and the generous number of tables scattered around the room are hand-coated with old beer company advertisements.

This accent is fitting for a bar devoted to craft beer, with 14 breweries represented on tap ($6 per pint)--many of them are local, including the soon-to-open Indie Alehouse just up the street. You'll find Beau's Lug-Tread, Junction Conductor Ale and Big Wheel, whereas Mill St. Organic's Blueberry brew will be tapped shortly. They're planning a weekly evening which will--in a nod to the area's Prohibition history--feature the bar's resident mixologist as well as lessons on cocktail creation and speeches from "booze ambassadors."

Many of the tables are strewn with game-pieces from the bar's decent selection of donated boardgames (I quickly rediscover my affinity and preternatural talent for Mastermind, and an as-of-yet unsatisfied curiosity about the Thunderbirds game). There are also three pinball machines, which get quite a work-out over the course of the night--Kelly tells me that they're from Pinball Cafe and they pay for the machines with the quarters they gather.

Who's behind this genius slice of adult fun? A family, of course. Jameson Kelly is a high-school teacher and moonlights as bus-boy and part-owner extraordinaire, along with his brother (and the bar's manager) Jeff Kelly. They opened just last Wednesday, and have already experienced an upswell of community support.

It was a Bad Boy furniture store in the olden days, after which Kelly's wife and her family ran a restaurant equipment repair business. When her father retired, the space sat vacant for some time until Kelly stepped in. What followed was two-and-a-half years, nine inspectors, weeks of painting and a significant roof renovation--in short, a very sweaty labour of love.

On Saturday, the venue is jumping, jiving and grinding to an Andre Williams tribute night featuring local talent. The volume balance is a bit off--it was their first night running the sound system--but the solid honky tonk brought in crowds off the street, including a pony-tailed man with unbuttoned shirt. I even spot one or two recognizable Queen West baristas half-assing a shimmy.

In a logical business model, the $5 cover goes straight to the bands. "We just run our business as usual," Kelly shrugs. "We have the stage, so why not share it with artists?" There are plans to host theatre in the future, and while there's no patio, the front window rolls up, and there's just enough breathing room for two small outdoor tables behind the grated divider.

As for the food, there's a $5 tapas menu helmed by Adisa Glasgow--formerly of Grand Electric--which includes succulent pork belly wraps in rice paper, fritters, and stupendous butter chicken wings. Expect a brunch menu in the next few weeks, and judging by my reaction the next morning--when I hear rumblings that I high-tailed right before hot candied nuts came out of the oven--I'll be back to taste-test.

Neighbourhood kids have apparently been overheard wondering about "that place with the games," while entering adults quite literally giggle at the sight of the pinball machines. Kelly tells me, "We just wanted to create a space for people to re-live their youth and increase interest in the neighbourhood;" it seems they've stumbled across a perfect formula to do just that.

Additional Details

Beers on Tap:
Currently, 14 local craft beers
Signature Drink:
None yet, but something in the works
Bar Snacks:
Tapas-style menu
Live Music:
Who Goes There:
Mostly 30-somethings who enjoy beer
Tues.-Sat. 6pm-2am, soon to add brunch



5 Bucks? / May 15, 2012 at 2:03 PM

Get outta here.

Rich In replying to a comment from 5 Bucks? / May 15, 2012 at 2:33 PM

They need to make back 9 months or so of rent 'cause they let the space sit empty while figuring out the game plan

JohnnyJohn / May 15, 2012 at 3:21 PM

A nice classy bar.. I liked it.

Sameer Vasta / May 15, 2012 at 3:57 PM

Not only is the space great, but the $5 menu is superlative — not just delicious, but generous portions for the price. And the best part? Everyone there is so friendly, from the owners to the staff. I'll definitely be back, often.

K-Borg / May 15, 2012 at 4:36 PM

Sounds nifty. I'mma check this place out, double-quick.

Goes to the bands... In replying to a comment from 5 Bucks? / May 15, 2012 at 5:20 PM

I don't think it's $5 every night. Only when bands are playing.

BIG BRAINS / May 15, 2012 at 6:54 PM

This sounds like a pretty cool thing. Let's all go to 3030 DUNDAS WEST. Wow! I love you!

Mathew Merrett / May 15, 2012 at 11:09 PM

AND they're also featuring my photography on their walls for the month of May!

Wil In replying to a comment from Mathew Merrett / May 15, 2012 at 11:29 PM

No one likes a show-off, matt.

Del / May 16, 2012 at 9:03 AM

Wowee zowee ... I love this place! Checked it out last night ... my new local spot!

The CJM / May 16, 2012 at 11:46 AM

Went again with some friends last night. My pints cost $7 for an Augusta Ale and $7.50 for a McAuslans Apricot. I guess the $6 pints I had there last week (and referenced in the review) was an opening weekend deal.

Otherwise, we had a good time and there was a pretty good crowd for a Tuesday night.

Heather / May 16, 2012 at 8:55 PM

Went there last Sat night. It was a lot of fun. Nice and big, very clean. Friendly staff and owners. The vibe was great. I will be back!! Its so nice to add another great place to the Junction. The Hole In The Wall is great, but we do need another place. The better the bars!! we can get rid of all the dark and dingy dives.

heidijane / May 17, 2012 at 2:25 PM

Nice One. So happy to have this local up and running. great owners and venue. will be frequenting the space.

Dee In replying to a comment from JohnnyJohn / May 17, 2012 at 8:56 PM
user-pic seems like I was at the Sound Academy pre concert. Nice idea but it's huge & tables are spaced so far apart, feel oddly isolated. Waited 10 min at one bar only to be told I had to wait another 10 min at the back bar because that's the oy one that carries single malt....odd. Table decor & games are cool though, friendly service. To me it seemed much like a 1/2 empty beer tent. Nice try but not sure if I'll be back?

Dee / May 17, 2012 at 9:49 PM

NOT a classy place in response to the other post, no clue where that descriptor came from?? Just went for the first time, felt like I was at a concert venue. On a Wed night I don't expect to wait in line for a drink, no servers or table service? The space is huge (no clue how they'll heat in with the concrete floors later in the yr?) and felt quite odd sitting at a table in the seeming middle of nowhere as there were only 2 of us. Waited 10 min at the front bar only to be told that the single malt is only sold at the back bar; another 10 min wait. Liked the decor but felt unfinished in that there is so much open space which leads to echo and weirdly isolated feeling unless you're with a group of 8 or more. I liked the art, the colour scheme, the tables. Tips; stock both bars, glasses for straight drinks, offer straws, have people come to your table to take drink orders. I think it would be quite perfect if cut in 1/2 really. I'll likely go back for round two though to see how it's going as I live in the area.

amy / May 19, 2012 at 1:55 PM

I love the space, and adore that it is so close to my home. The bars/service need work. I too lined up for a drink, only to be told, I could get my pint there, but my partners gin and tonic could only be served from the other bar. Both bars should be well stocked, with visible signage of which taps are available at each bar. I have no problem not having table service, but the bartenders will hopefully be quicker after getting used to the system (I hope). Food was fabulous, board games are awesome. I really liked the spacious feel, and having tables not too close to one another. There are kinks and I think they will be worked out eventually. I will be back!

amy / May 19, 2012 at 1:59 PM

Also, the man who intially approached us seemed completely overwhelmed and stressed out, which I understand during opening week. The second guy who came up to us, was so kind and really gave us insight into what the space plans to become with the help of the community.I think having menu signage visible in the back would be helpful as well.

Are they open afternoons? Or only evenings? I also think I might be in love w the chef.

cb In replying to a comment from Rich / May 19, 2012 at 3:03 PM

You're actually wrong.

cb In replying to a comment from Rich / May 19, 2012 at 3:04 PM

You're actually wrong about that. Money is going to bands.

PS / May 20, 2012 at 11:14 AM

I had a fantastic time. Unfortunately, we had to leave when the band started playing because we couldn't stand the sound there. Band was good. The acoustics terrible. Way too loud. Impossible to talk or play. Too bad. We'd really like to come back. Hope they fix the sound soon.

PC / May 21, 2012 at 10:55 AM

Bravo! Great local craft beers, awesome and tasty tapas menu, fun & nostalgic board games plus retro pinball with local art in the walls and musical talent on stage. What more can you ask for?

Very well done!

Nathan Hunter / May 22, 2012 at 12:28 AM

Thank you for all the (mostly positive) comments about our place, as well as some of the constructive critiques.

We've only been open for a couple of weeks, and while we are working really hard, we know we have a lot to improve on. This isn't an excuse, but 'Dee' and 'CB', I'm sorry that your experience wasn't what we'd like it to be.

One of the most difficult things, with running a place like this is that it's difficult to be everything to everyone, as much as we'd like to, what one person really likes is what another person hates. Still, we can definitely improve some of our processess for serving folks, as well as communicating how our place works, in that we don't really do table service, and you have to order at the bar. Our concept for both our food, as well as the lack of table service, was that it might be a refreshing change, to enjoy your time with friends in peace. Also, we are primarily a performance venue, so it seemed counterintuitive to have additional staff walking over people enjoying a show to take orders and bring them their food. If you have any suggestions on how we can do this better, we're all ears.

With regards to the acoustic issues of the room, it's a bit more complicated. I try to keep everything in the room below 105 db's, which is the loudest noise should go, before damage is done to the human ear. In the case of the band on Saturday evening (who were great by the way), there are a couple issues. First of all, the band features two percussionists, along with a three part horn section. These instruments generate a ton of volume acoustically on their own, and mixing a show like this becomes an exercise in bringing up all the other instruments to the same volume level as these five items. As a result, you start pushing the spectrum for what you can accomplish without turning the main audio system up louder than I feel comfortable doing. It was loud on Sa

While I understand your complaint 'CB', I received a number of compliments from patrons that evening, as to how good the sound in the room was, and the band seemed to feel the same way. I can understand if you just wanted to 'hang out', that you would feel differently about this, but I can assure you that for live, high-energy funk and soul, the volume was actually quite reasonable.

With regards to the room acoustics, the largest wall is exposed brick, and the largest surface is a concrete floor. I personally invested a fair amount of time and resources into removing as much of the 'noise' in the room, and the difference between what it was prior to receiving acoustic treatment and now is very significant. Again, we can't be a cosy, intimate bar, much like the very excellent and recently re-opened 'Hole in the Wall' down the street, but we do hope we can be a comfortable, welcoming and honest venue, that serves as an artistic hub for the Junction neighbourhood.

Finally, thanks to everyone who wrote the really nice compliments in the comments below. We really appreciate them, but we aren't letting them go to our head, Everyday we try to get better and better, and we hope that by listening to our customers, and to our business that we can eventually become a really great place, and a great place to see and enjoy live music, theatre as well as eating some tasty food, enjoying a craft beer and playing a board game.

Thanks for reading, and for coming in.


Johnny / May 28, 2012 at 11:34 AM

Went on Friday night. Had a great time. Yes, it's a little loud, but the atmosphere is is buzzing, and the food is fantastic. The beef cheek ravioli was incredible, as were the butter chicken wings. Add to that a wide selection of drinks, board games, and pinball, and you have a great spot to pop in for a drink. Welcome to the 'hood, guys. I'll be back for sure.

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Coco / June 25, 2012 at 8:18 AM

3030 is awesome now, but you just know with such dedicated management that it's only going to get better and better. When I was here on Sunday afternoon there was a new artist setting up, and his (or her?) stuff was really weird and spectacular. Keep up the great work everyone.

Tess / June 27, 2012 at 2:05 PM

Amazing food, great beer selection, acceptable prices. Kitchen & bar staff have been beyond amazing and friendly each time I've gone.

Lucas / July 8, 2012 at 4:37 PM

Had brunch with my husband today. Very much like the venue and the art on the walls. The board games available are a nice touch. I found the staff nice and we felt well taken care of.
We ordered the Duck Confit Sandwich and the Eggs Benedict. My husband cound the sandwich had too much mayo. My eggs benedict were not my favorite as the ham was very gristly and was not able eat it.

I think that 3030 has alot of potential, the food needs a little tweaking and I may not return for brunch but would like to try in the evening.

I wish 3030 the best of luck!

mooloo / July 11, 2012 at 4:26 PM

Horrible. Service was crap and yep no straws, non existent servers and crap food. I don't suppose this will stay on as they tend to rid themselves of reviews that aren't their friend's doing or their own.

Nathan Hunter In replying to a comment from mooloo / July 11, 2012 at 7:31 PM

Mooloo - I'm sorry that your experience was not a positive one.

1. Unlike other establishments, we don't do table service. We felt that it helps with the relaxed atmosphere during the evenings not to have someone hovering over you, and people feel more comfortable just 'hanging out'.

2. There is no mechanism for us to remove negative comments, and I can assure you that none of our friends have left the above messages (at least not with our knowledge). Even if we did have the power to remove negative reviews, we still would leave them up here as we need to hear negative feedback.

3. I'm not sure what you ate, but based on the reviews of our food so far, particularly from foodies and folks who seem to really know their food, I'm not sure if the term 'crap' would be a good catch-all to describe our menu. Perhaps if you were more specific about what you didn't like about the food, we could take that feedback and improve. However we make everything from scratch using mostly high-quality, locally sourced ingredients.

4. Again, I'm sorry that you had a poor experience. Please don't hesitate to get in touch with me directly through our website, or come back and talk to me and hopefully I can change your mind about our place.


Nathan Hunter In replying to a comment from Lucas / July 11, 2012 at 7:32 PM

I'm sorry that your brunch experience was not what it should have been. My friend had the same criticism about the Eggs Benny, and I'll pass this on to the kitchen.

Please get in touch with me through our website, and I'd like to change your mind about our brunch if you'd like to give us a second chance.


Scott from the Junction / July 20, 2012 at 10:25 PM

Bloody awesome!

Jim Fidd. / August 5, 2012 at 12:50 PM

Good environment to go for a beer. Skip the food until they get cooks who can manage turning bread into toast. The food, most especially the brunch, is well-meaning, but embarrassingly bad.

starving / August 12, 2012 at 5:53 PM

Poor brunch service!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Waited over 30 minutes for food to arrive and it never did. We got up and left. We weren't the only ones waiting a ridiculous amount of time for our food. Another group apparently waited 45 minutes before ditching this place. They were quite vocal about it. The only explanation we got was, "it's only been 30 minutes." Seriously?? 30 minutes is pushing it in the restaurant world if you guys expect your customers to wait that long for their food. Good luck surviving in this cut throat industry. We won't be back.

C. / August 12, 2012 at 7:46 PM

I understand that weekend brunch is a busy time for restaurants and usually comes with longer waits for tables, food, etc. but it should not take 2 hours - which is what happened when my friends and I went to 3030.

In retrospect, we probably should have left but we were curious to try the food and enjoyed the decor/atmosphere so we waited it out. The restaurant was apparently backed up/busy from the Junction Flea Market happening down the street but we weren't told this until after we had waited over an hour for a table and our food. I work in the service industry so I get it when places are short-staffed or busy but as a courtesy, explain this to your customers before they've been seated or ordered so they understand. From our perspective, the place wasn't busy and we had to wait far longer than we should have for our meals. Our sides also didn't come until after we had finished our mains, which was the point at which we were told that the kitchen was backed up.

I will say though that the staff was friendly and seemed apologetic. The food was okay, but not worth the wait.

Nathaniel / August 15, 2012 at 6:45 PM

Not really sure what the last two comments were about. My partner and I were in 3030 for Brunch on Sunday after going to the flea market, and it was great.

Sure it was busy, but our server was helpful and friendly, and the food was excellent.

Terence / August 27, 2012 at 11:17 AM

Great spot. And food too: Field tomato salad and braised ribs. Friendly, loopy roadhouse feel. Felt like being part of a movie. Had to leave shortly after band started up--was it the Harmonauts?--and was into a faithful reproduction of the Surfaris "Wipeout." Wish we coulda stayed. Gotta go back.

Broznan / September 8, 2012 at 6:10 PM

Have to agree with a number of the posts here - 3030 is a decent venue to check out, but the system for getting a drink is a bit ridiculous. Personally, I like it when there are servers "hovering" ..that means I'm not lining up to get a drink, and then find out I have to go line up at another bar to get a different type of drink. Might be nice for the bartender to put the lime and straw in my cocktail, instead of me having to do it myself - especially the second time, after they watched me garnish my first drink.

At least you only have to go to one bar to order food! On that note, the food offerings were okay once we got them (they forgot our order, and I had to re-order after waiting for about 45 minutes and realizing what was going on).

Tanya / September 23, 2012 at 12:16 PM

I am actually here to read the reviews, not the rate the establishment, but it seems to be that the fact that there are not any servers may contribute to the slow (if non existent food service). In a sense, servers are there to make sure the food gets to the customer. They have a vested interest (tips). Either that or you need more people working in the kitchen or a better way of organizing the orders. If you can't get something as simple as people getting their food/drinks in a timely fashion, something has to change or you wont be in business for long. That is something that is making me think twice about going.

emile / October 9, 2012 at 5:20 PM

so i finally gave it a try. I was all ready for a cool casual joint on the junction but what i got was a trying to be cool and trendy and really not understanding the restaurant business. The prices are ridiculously high for entree. They are comparable with price of a mid to high end restaurant on King west strip while they don't have a menu, only 1 wine on the wine list and no table cloth. which would all be fine if this is the image you are trying to portray but you need to charge accordingly. if i am paying mid to high 20 for a meal i do expect someone to pass me a menu so i don't have to stand by a board at the entry (not even located in the dining room) and get a bit more comfy chair and perhaps have a choice between a few different wine. what are you guys thinking. You guys need to get the restaurant business or you will be out of the game so quick you wouldn't know what hit you. Price your menu accordingly with the concept.

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