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The top $4 cheap drink deals in Toronto

Cheap drinks in Toronto can be hard to come by, which is exactly why you should pay attention to happy hour specials and daily drink deals. We've already sussed out all the $3 deals you need to know about, but for just one more dollar, you'll find even more enticing and economical ways to imbibe.

Here's a round-up of where to get $4 cheap drink deals in Toronto.

There's always a $4 drink special at this old-school diner on Dundas West. You can find wine, Caesars, mixed drinks and pints on offer.

Wolf Like Me
The self-proclaimed dive bar near Christie Pits is an economical hangout where $4 shots of Jager and Jameson are the norm.

Wide Open
This tiny bar on Spadina offers big bang for your buck every night if the week, but on Mondays, the whole menu is just $4.

Sneaky Dee's
This punk bar on College attracts thrifty drinkers with its daily specials. Sours and bar rail shots are on for $4 on Mondays, while shots of Tequila Olmeca go for $4 on Tuesdays.

The Antler Room
Caesar cocktails are usually $8, but they're $4 on Sundays. Go for the classic vodka-Clamato combo or have it made with your choice of Olmeca tequila or Beefeater gin.

Duffy's Tavern
Duffy's rewards day drinkers at its bar in the heart of Bloordale Village. Bottles of Bud, Blue, Keith's and 50 all hover around the $4 mark as long as you order them before suppertime.

The Ballroom
You can save a few bucks on bevies while you shell out $55 per hour to bowl thanks to daily drink specials. You'll find martinis (gin or vodka) on for $4 on Tuesdays and rail drinks for $4 on Sunday evenings.

The Bar With No Name
The Bar With No Name caters to a cash-strapped clientele. You'll find tall cans for $3.75 on Thursdays at this High Park-area establishment.

The Office Pub
On Thursdays and during happy hour on weekdays, wine is just $4 here. Coronas and margaritas go for $3 on Mondays and these are just a few of the cheap-and-cheerful drink specials on offer at this pub.

Bill Hicks
You wont find fancy cocktails, garnishes or freshly squeezed juices at this Leslieville bar. But this local gem is a bastion of budget-friendly drinking where tall cans, shots and mixed drinks go for $4-$5.

Photo of Duffy's Tavern by Jesse Milns.

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