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Toronto is getting a massive new craft beer restaurant

It seems like west coast-based restaurants are taking over downtown Toronto. Along with Cactus Club, Joey and Earls, the Financial District will soon be home CRAFT Beer Market's first Toronto location.

This incoming eatery is slated to open next to the second location of Sud Forno at Yonge and Adelaide some time in 2017. It'll feature 160 taps, but hopes to maintain a focus on Ontario brews.

Along with its massive beer selection, it'll serve up a menu of what it's calling new North American classic cuisine. You'll be able to enjoy it at brunch, lunch and dinner - perhaps even from the restaurant's outdoor beer garden, weather permitting.

The CRAFT Beer Market already has outpost in Ottawa, Edmonton, Calgary and Vancouver. These spots feature an eclectic array of beer-friendly dishes, like fast food sushi or, "Cheeseburger and fries wrapped in bacon and presented sushi style." Yes, for better or for worse, you'll be able to eat that here in Toronto too.

Photo of the Vancouver location via Facebook.


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