Rhum Corner


Restaurant type

  • Bar,

Cuisine type

  • Caribbean,


  • Salad,


  • Casual,

Languages Spoken

  • English,
926 Dundas St W, Toronto, ON M6J 1W3
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Opening Hours *Holiday hours

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  • $11 To $25,

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Best boozy slushies in Toronto

Best boozy slushies in Toronto

Jen Agg is a very busy lady, when she’s not writing memoirs or running four restaurants she’s coming up with delicious tropical cocktails at Rhum Corner. Her Haitian snack bar is currently serving Negroni and Pina Colada slushies that hit the spot on those warm summer nights.

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Where to sip tropical cocktails in Toronto

Where to sip tropical cocktails in Toronto

For flaming limes, slushie mojitos, and Caribbean-inspired fare, head to Jenn Agg’s rum-centric resto-bar on Dundas West. It’s Havana retro in the best way at this classy-meets-casual watering hole, with exposed brick, neon lights, a sexy mural, and one of Toronto’s most selfie-worthy bathrooms. As for the drinks, may we suggest the Zombie Pour Deux, a $23 truly impressive rum-fiilled tropical creation. The Rumhattan, on the other hand, is a rhum-based spin on the cocktail classic. For pina colada aficionados, this is one of TO’s must-tries, garnished with a maraschino cherry and all.

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Keep warm in Toronto with these eggnog cocktails

Keep warm in Toronto with these eggnog cocktails

This well-loved spot is under the same roof as legendary Toronto restaurant The Black Hoof. Offering up Haitian cuisine, they serve dishes such as legumes and goat, cashew chicken and whole fried fish. In Haiti, the Christmas drink of choice is kremas, a boozed-up combination of evaporated milk, spices and rum. In true Black Hoof style, the rum is spiced with vanilla, cinnamon, peppercorn and allspice berries. It's then mixed with condensed milk, coconut cream, Fernet-Branca and dry Curacao.

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