Designed by the renowned architects Knox & Elliot and built in 1891, The Blake House is one of the last standing heritage structures in Toronto mixing late 19th century Victorian and Second Empire architecture. Over the years it has undergone an extensive renovations and invites you to take in the history while sitting on our sunny patio having a local pint or inside by the original wood burning fireplace sipping some wine.
Our staff at the Churchmouse create a Pub experience that exceeds your expectations of any downtown Toronto restaurant. Along with the traditional pub favourites we are known to serve mouth watering daily food specials that have helped create a loyal following for 10 years.
Church Streets newest social space. Coffee by day - Bar by night. A great place to meet friends and a �DRINK. Enjoy some amazing videos on our big screen.
Every Friday Night, the Bears, Friends And Admirers Of Toronto All GAther To Our Local Watering Hole For Drinks And Conversation. The Fun Starts At 10pm
Pegasus is a fully licenced bar and lounge located at 489B Church St. south of Wellesley in the heart of the Church Street Village. We are equipped with four professional pool tables, pinball machines, electronic dart boards, Buzztime trivia, Megatouch games and HD-TV. We are proud to boast a great atmosphere, an energetic and courteous staff that have ensured our success over the past twenty-one years. Come and see why Pegasus is the friendliest bar on Church Street and why the staff knows everyone by name.
Woody’s is located in the heart of Church-Wellesley Gay Village. Since opening in 1989, Woody’s and its brother bar Sailor (located next door) have become Toronto’s busiest and hottest gay men’s bars. A large and cavernous complex with five bars, Woody’s features nightly D.J.’s, men’s contests Thursday through Saturday (Best Chest, Best Ass, Best Legs), a pool table and 21 video monitors showing some of the sexiest images around. Woody’s enjoys added recognition for being featured in the popular television series “Queer as Folk”.