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The Dog's Bollocks

Posted by Staff / Listed on June 20, 2009 / review policy

The Dog's Bollocks takes over the space that hasn't found a consistent tenant since the popular Gypsy Co-Op served both beer, good tunes and the best late night candy store here.

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Rasho / February 2, 2010 at 11:13 am
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Dog's is like a late night, seen dozens of times, Seinfeld re-run (or in my GF's case Friends! Friends! Friends!) and like television, Queen West definitely needs a show like this. You know what you're getting and you'll never feel ripped off.

There are daily $10 pitchers (with a decent selection too Saporo, Harp and Big Wheel for example). The staff is extremely nice and food is better than you would guess, especially the breakfast. There are TV's everywhere so the game you want to see will always be on.

Just one thing, beware of the Angry Wednesday Karaoke DJ, he's a sour dude.

Go Raptors.
James / June 20, 2012 at 12:39 am
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Been there a few times now. Me and my friends work in Markham but at times like to go to Downtown after work for some drinks.

The place is not very clean, it's dark and has a trashy feel to it. This is definitely not the type of place, i would take my girlfriend.

BUT..... it's the type of place, I would go and hang out with my boys and catch a game.

The drinks are cheap. Never tried their food.

Pitchers of Beer - $10.95
Mini Pitchers of mixed drinks - $10.95
They also have a bunch of shooters daily - $3.50

Good place, to pre-drink before hitting a nice bar to enjoy the atmosphere.
Emre SAHICI / November 3, 2012 at 02:32 am
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ONE OF THE WOSRT PLACE IN TORONTO TO GO.
Eliza / January 4, 2014 at 08:20 pm
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Good pad thai.

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