Best Restaurants & Bars for Movember in Toronto

In case you haven’t noticed, there are a lot of mustached fellows around town this month. It’s all for a very good cause: Movember, raising funds for prostate cancer, testicular cancer and mental health. What started as a challenge between two friends over a few beers in Melbourne 2003, is now a worldwide event held in 21 countries across five continents, that has supported over 800 men's health programs globally to date.

Gusto 101

1
101 Portland St, Toronto, ON M5V 2N3

At press time, Gusto 101 was the second top fundraising restaurant in all of Canada! Way to go!

Caplansky's Deli & Catering

2
356 College St, Toronto, ON M5T 1S6

Caplansky’s will soon host a Movember Benefit, but in the meantime, you can stop by the deli and support the cause by ordering a "Mo-Dude" Sandwich, with $2 of each sandwich donated to their Movember campaign.

Home Of The Brave Inc

3
589 King St W, Toronto, ON M5V 1M5

Home of the Brave's team Mo Of The Brave, is doing a Mo-Sour with $2 from each cocktail going to Movember.

Duke's Refresher

4
382 Yonge, Toronto, ON M5B 1S8

How fun is this? For the month of November, Duke's Refresher Bar is donating the proceeds for all their cotton candy to Movember!

The Stout Monk

478 DundasW, Oakville, ON

Though technically out of Oakville and not Toronto, The Stout Monk Pub & Resataurant must get a shoutout for having already raised over $2,000 this month!

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