3 Brewers

/ Pub & bar, Restaurant
#3716 of 22484 places to eat in Toronto
ClosedOpens at 11:00
American, Vegetarian options
$$$$ Average price: up to CAD 40
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120 Adelaide St W #100
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
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Visit this bar to have a meal if you feel hungry after gazing at Canada Permanent Building. Order good poutine, lobster rolls and burgers. Many guests come here to try tasty waffles, cheesecakes and Brezeln. After a long working week, you can taste delicious craft beer, stout or wine. Drink the great juice or good coffee offered here.

Select between indoor and outdoor seating. The staff is accommodating that's what makes 3 Brewers so nice. People mention that the service is cool here. Also, visitors recommend this place because of attractive prices. The homey decor and pleasant atmosphere let clients feel relaxed here. But the rating of this spot isn't high on Zomato.

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Beer was average, we did not stay long, seemed really odd the place was dead on a Friday night . We had wings, and that's probably not their specialty because they were pretty bad. Bar tender was cute and nice and that basically the only reason I even gave it 2 stars. Maybe it's a happy hour spot, but nothing special to tell anyone , hey go here and get Shitty wings but the bartender is cute as hell .  Sorry won't be back .
Update Went back for a work event. Dropped in very quickly to say goodbye to a colleague. Service was awful. Many people complained about how rude the server was, and those that were dropping in for 5mins were scolded by the server on what a restaurant is and that if you don't order then you have to leave. Bad beer + mediocre food + bad service = stay away Wouldn't recommend this place if you're looking for a lunch or dinner option. While the location is convenient for many, the food is greasy and serve can be slow. Not to mention the beer. While it's brewed on site, it's definitely not worth purchasing. Would
On a recent visit to Toronto, family and I wanted to come here for beers and dinner, and overall, had a good experience! We came in around 5pm on a Thursday and were immediately seated at a table in the back.  I will say, it was a little difficult to find this place as there is a TON of construction and it seems to be below street level and the signage is a little confusing.  The interior to this place is nice too with a bar area in the front and a pretty large dining area in the back, but sadly, with all of the construction, any outside view was obstructed by construction equipment.  But needless to say, we were still able to find our way here and enjoy ourselves.  We had a young, cute waitress come over right away and start us off with some beers while we browsed the menu.  She was excellent: she gave us plenty of time to look over the menu, she explained all of the beer varieties they brew there, she checked in on us at exactly the right times throughout our meal and was very personable! To start off, since we were in Canada, we split an order of "The Authentic" poutine.  These came to the table about 5-10 minutes after ordering them, which I thought was quick.  The fries were light and crispy with a good coverage of their gravy.  The gravy here had a different color and taste, bu we both thought it was very good! There weren't a ton of cheese curds but it was enough for two of us.  The amount of poutine was perfect for splitting! While devouring the poutine, we ordered our main courses and both arrived pretty quick as well!  I ended up ordering the "3 Brewers Burger", cooked medium, without onions (didn't want to have "onion breath" the whole night as we were getting ready to go to a concert), and with a side house salad (Note that the salad is topped with a beer balsamic vinaigrette) along with another beer.  The burger itself was cooked perfectly: a little pink in the center but still juicy.  The real stand outs of this burger though were the maple beer sauce and Gouda cheese.  Those two elements combined elevated it.  I thought the weight of the burger came closer to 6oz. to 7oz., which was fine as I had my fair share of poutine and a beer prior, but just thought I would mention that as the menu doesn't specify.  The side house salad was a nice way to finish the meal though.  The beer balsamic vinaigrette dressing tasted nice without being too heavy on the greens.  We both walked away perfectly satiated: not too full and definitely not hungry for more! The family and I had a great experience here!  The beer was cold and plentiful, the food was cooked properly and tasted good, and the service was wonderful.  I wouldn't mind coming back here again.
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Address
120 Adelaide St W #100, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Features
Outdoor seating Booking TV Wheelchair accessible Wi-Fi Takeaway Сredit cards accepted
Opening hours
SundaySun Closed
MondayMon 11:00-00:00
TuesdayTue 11:00-00:00
WednesdayWed 11:00-00:00
ThursdayThu 11:00-01:00
FridayFri 11:00-01:00
SaturdaySat 11:00-01:00
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