Restaurants offer diners both a delicious reprieve from the kitchen and a secure environment that makes it virtually impossible for the dish to run away with the spoon. Keep your eating implements obedient with today’s Groupon: for $15, you get $30 worth of upscale pub fare and drinks at Mitzi's Sister on Queen Street West.
With an amalgamation of accolades, including NOW Magazine's choice for best veggie burger and Toronto.com's top wings in the city, Mitzi's Sister is a rock ‘n’ roll eatery serving upscale pub grub and an admirable selection of microbrews. The newly updated dinner menu is decoupaged with delicious dishes from a variety of cuisines, as evidenced by the Mexican black-bean burrito ($12.25), the subcontinental root vegetable roti ($12.95), and the Southern-style pulled beef barbecue sandwich ($12.95). Nature-loving noshers can chomp and chew or catch a live band, with complimentary poles and lures shaped like recording contracts. Mitzi's Sister also features art exhibits to tantalize a sense often neglected during dining—extrasensory perception. As the name implies, Mitzi's Sister is the second cousin, once removed of Mitzi's Cafe and was opened to offer refuge to the cafe's long lines of hungry brunch brethren.
Toronto.com recommends Mitzi's Sister, and Yelpers give the unique pub fare and drinks a four-star average. TripAdvisors give it an average of 3.5 owl eyes, five restaurantica reviewers give it a 3.4-star average, and more than 80% of Urbanspooners like it:
- There’s always action at this Queen West spot. The summer patio seats 40 and serves a great selection of microbrews and massive servings of well-crafted pub dishes. The crowd here is much less Rosedale trust-fund baby than Parkdale lofter who sees glamour on the grittier side of Queen West. – Toronto.com
- Sister to the popular Mitzi's brunch spot in Parkdale, this West Queen West spot boasts a fine mix of beers on tap and an eclectic roster of live music acts almost every night of the week. Be sure to check out the decor on the walls - one-of-a-kind, handmade instruments that look so incredible, one can only hope they're actually playable. – Shawn B., Yelp
1554 Queen St. W
Toronto, Ontario M6R 1A6Get Directions