• Restaurant With Live Entertainment,
  • Restaurant With Bar,


  • Casual,

Languages Spoken

  • English,
1149 Dundas St W, Toronto, ON M6J 1X3
Useful Information

Opening Hours *Holiday hours

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  • $11 To $25,

Methods of Payment:

  • No Credit Cards
  • No Credit Cards

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7 bars to take a whiskey lover in Toronto

7 bars to take a whiskey lover in Toronto

Picture this: old-school vinyl filling the air on a Saturday night, dim lighting, eccentric family portraits covering the walls, and a whiskey neat in your hand. Sounds perfect, right? At the Communist’s Daughter, one of Dundas and Ossington’s most beloved watering holes, both the jukebox and the whiskey selection is well stocked. If you’re feeling like a snack, they’ve got a snacky-meets-hearty food menu.

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Toronto’s best vinyl nights

Toronto’s best vinyl nights

Nestled at Dundas and Ossington, this low-lit neighbourhood gem is easy to miss – only a petite chalkboard in the front window bears its name. But just look out for the brightly coloured “Nazare Snack Bar” sign for a little dose of neighbourhood magic. Infamous Toronto bartender Michael Louis Johnson concocts delicious drinks and slings local microbrews at the compact canteen, where he hosts weekly bring your own vinyl nights. Listen to the A-side and then, in true communist fashion, vote on whether the B-side is worth hearing too. Pro and con voters are invited to defend their stance.

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Mix it up at these unique cocktail bars in Toronto

Mix it up at these unique cocktail bars in Toronto

It may well be one of Toronto’s tiniest watering holes, but what it lacks in square footage it makes up for in pure good vibes. The Communist’s Daughter was one of first spots to appear on the Dundas West strip, now saturated with cocktail bars and brewpubs, and it continues to draw locals with it’s mom-and-pop atmosphere and finely rendered craft cocktails. If you’re lucky, you might stop in on vinyl night, when the bartender spins the A-side of an album supplied by someone in the bar, and everyone votes on whether to hear the B-side.

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