C’est What?

67 Front East, 416-867-9499, ces­t­what.com

NOW Magazine - Beer Guide - - BEER GUIDE -

The first time I wan­dered in I was con­vinced I’d crossed the thresh­old into a mag­i­cal land of beer, and my per­cep­tion hasn’t al­tered much since. One of Toronto’s OG brew pubs, C’est What is to beer what Rod­ney’s is to oys­ters: a no-fail sub­ter­ranean den of de­lights. “Toronto’s lo­cal” is the kind of place you can’t help but de­velop a soft spot for. Taps pour a combo of lo­cal craft beer (Black Oak, Fly­ing Mon­keys, McAus­lan, Gran­ite) and CW’s own good­ness like Joan’s Dark Se­cret (a cask-con­di­tioned dark bit­ter beer) and Mother Pucker’s Ginger Wheat. Years in op­er­a­tion 26 Spe­cialty Forty-four taps pour lo­cal craft beer ex­clu­sively, in­clud­ing seven of C’est What’s own beers and eight casks. Food Lots of rib-stick­ing riffs on clas­sic pub fare, from pou­tine and an­to­ji­tos to but­ter chicken, jam­bal­aya and shep­herd’s pie. Pa­tio None Hours Sun­day and Mon­day 11:30 am to 1 am, Tues­day to Satur­day 11:30 am to 2 am.

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