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Old Nick

Posted by Staff / Listed on October 30, 2008 / review policy

The Old Nick TorontoThe Old Nick doesn't really redefine what pub food can be but this Danforth spot offers an organic brunch on the weekend, and the rest of the time serves stuff like coconut battered black tiger shrimp, chicken wings and fish and chips.



T / December 10, 2008 at 03:51 pm
The local/organic brunch at the Nick is epic. GO. Also, if you can't have fun with these servers, I really can't help you in life.
Jo / July 13, 2009 at 12:48 am
I finally made it to this place for brunch and had the worst omelette you can possibly imagine. I ordered the mushroom omelette and it was disgustingly greasy and the mushroom filling was burnt to a crisp. That being said, the home fries were pretty good and the mesculun mix salad was fresh and was drizzled with a raspberry puree dressing which could have used a bit of olive oil in it. Nevertheless, I have no intention of ever going back!
J.M. Frey / July 8, 2014 at 01:17 pm
I've never had a bad meal at the Old Nick, nor poor service!

I've held birthday parties and book launches here, and the Kris and the wait staff have always been cheery, fun, sassy, and quick. I love the open jam nights (someone once brought their shamisen!), the Dirty Bingo, and the quiet Saturday afternoons where I eat my lovely brunch, drink my beer, and edit my novels in the back corner. I always bring dates for boardgames.

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