This should be invisible

midtown gastro hub toronto

Toronto pub closes after landlord terminates lease

A local favourite for hearty pub grub and draft beer has temporarily closed its doors after the restaurant's landlord terminated the lease. 

Midtown Gastro Hub was well known for offering all your classic pub eats like chicken wings, loaded nachos, and cheesy poutines, as well as a wide selection of boozy beverages. 

A Notice of Termination was posted on the pub's storefront, and a local resident recently uploaded a picture of it to the Midtowners Facebook page

According to the notice, the pub's landlord terminated the month-to-month tenancy on Dec. 31, 2022. 

Many local residents chimed in following the news, with some hoping the local pub didn't just close to make way for more condo developments. 

"So sad. Used to stop in on a fairly regular basis over the past 12 years," one resident replied. "Great staff, used to have super specials, and the food was pretty decent." 

Midtown Gastro Hub is currently listed as "temporarily closed" on Google, but the restaurant provided an optimistic update about the future. 

"We will keep you in the loop about our reopening plans for 2023," reads the Google update. 

There's no word yet on when or where the pub might be returning, but loyal customers are hopeful it doesn't venture too far from the Yonge and St Clair area it's served for several years.  

Lead photo by

Rita El Khoury


Join the conversation Load comments

Latest in Eat & Drink

Toronto cookware store that's been in business since 1981 permanently closing

TikTok of Ontario dairy farmers dumping milk shows what's being done to keep prices up

Toronto restaurant ranked the most beautiful views in Canada

Lockdown project founded by high school friends becomes successful Toronto shop

50 essential Mexican restaurants in Toronto you need to try at least once

Thai restaurant gets 9 infractions from Toronto health inspectors

Small Ontario grocery outlet chain sees big spike in business after TikTok shows low prices

The best things we ate last month in Toronto