A sports bar known for their burgers.
Enter through the Prohibition-era "front," Bonanno's Wednesday's Pie. Order pies in the bar all week and order off a menu of small bites, which includes the Philly egg roll, filled with cabbage, pepper, and roast beef, and served with a choice of either Gruyere Fondue or Cheez Whiz.
This pub does a brisk business with two patios, 21 beers on tap, and an affordable menu of burgers, burritos, and veggie specialties like the Reuben (beer-baked tempeh stands in for corned beef).
Cozy into a telephone booth like "snug" or onto a bar stool and order up a cold pint with a plate of corned beef and cabbage. The pub menu offers a variety of beers as well as traditional American pub fare.
This historic hall has been transformed into an expansive two-story bar and kitchen. Innovative and high-quality international pub food is on the menu, including house-made sausages, schnitzels, and po' boys. Try the poutine: hand-cut fries smothered in gravy and cheese curds.
Head to this neighborhood pub for food specials such as all-you-can-eat wings on Wednesday nights and happy-hour drink specials all day, every day. Try the tater tots—ask for them loaded with green chile and cheese.
Located in a restored 1930s corner spot, this neighborhood hub puts a tasty twist on typical pub food. Try the seared ahi tuna plate. Grab a spot on the semi-enclosed patio.
Traditional fish and chips (cod, tilapia, prawns, and more) plus other English fare all made in-house, such as shepherd's pie, bangers and mash, and Cornish pasties. European soccer and rugby games televised.
Stop by this Celtic-themed pub for fish and chips, a ”Big Arse” burger, or shepherd’s pie. Plus, order from the eatery's large selection of whiskey.
This laid-back bar is bustling with great deals, games, and an American menu. Go for some jalapeno poppers, and be sure to grab a side of grape jelly for dipping.