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Posted by Tim / February 26, 2008

Reposado on Ossington has just what you'd expect - tequila. But this isn't your run-of-the-mill Mexican themed bar. You won't find any tacky sombreros or other Mexican paraphernalia on the walls. Instead, Reposado features fresh squeezed margaritas, five imported beers on tap and live music three nights a week.

Compared to bars like LeVack Block and Sweatty Betty's further south, the mood here is slightly more intimate and a bit more refined. Exposed brick walls, a long narrow room and just the right amount of mood lighting set the tone. There are a handful of stools to cozy up to the bar and a scattering of four seater tables near the front of the room.

Live musicians and DJs settle in next to the front window overlooking Ossington. Thursdays and Fridays showcase live jazz and swing from about 9:45 to 1am. There is also live music Wednesdays and DJs most other nights.

On tap are five beers that go way beyond the usual - Stratford Pilsner, Erdinger, Delirium Tremens, and St. Ambroise Pale Ale and Oatmeal Stout. But save room for specialties like the grand margarita palta martini as well as the lineup of premium tequilas such as Don Julio 1942 and Sauza Tres Generaciones. To kill any aftertaste Reposado offers a small selection of tapas including tequila and cured salmon, chorizo and chips and dip.

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