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The top 5 places to drink with a Ryerson professor

Want to grab a drink with a Ryerson professor? There are plenty of nearby bars that will help you get to know your instructors outside of the classroom setting because everyone knows that the best, and most innovative ideas can arise from spirited conversations over a round of beer.

Here are my picks for the top places to grab a drink with Ryerson professor.

The Imperial Pub
This watering hole at Dundas and Victoria is popular with Ryerson students and professors alike. Order a drink at the upstairs Library Lounge where there's plenty of couches as well as a patio.

The Senator
Toronto's "oldest restaurant" (not sure about that claim, but it makes the list), which lies just south of campus on Victoria St., serves up classic comfort food and is an ideal spot for a burger and a pint of Ontario craft beer.

Hair of the Dog
Located on Church Street near Maple Leaf Gardens, this cozy spot has a lengthy beer list, a menu filled with upscale pub fare as well as a relatively quiet patio.

Queen and Beaver
This multi-storey, British-style public house on Elm Street lets you pretend you're stepping back in time. But, with a diverse menu as well as a large selection of cocktails and beer, this modern-day bar makes it easy to discuss current events and theories outside of the lecture hall.

Ram in the Rye
Perhaps The Ram is an obvious choice, but along with its large patio, this campus bar offers drinks at reasonable prices and has daily food specials that are difficult to pass up on.

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