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3.5 stars 81 reviews


240 King St E
Toronto, ON  M5A 1K1

(416) 368-1300

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Reviews [2]
3.5 star rating
Dizzle October 04, 2010
Sweaty Betty's?

This place is dirty but awesome. Its kick a@s music with a good crowd and a good drink menu. Love it!

3.5 star rating
Jenna Lynn September 07, 2010
Cool Grungey Place

I went on a first date here once. It was a cool place, good atmosphere and good service. You can sit wherever you want and there is seating upstairs too. It is pretty loud though and I had a hard time hearing my date. They play great music though so it was okay. Other than that, I had a good time, it is nice and casual and a good spot for a drink or two.

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3.5 star rating
November 27, 2010

Betty's is a favourite haunt for George Brown students to grab a burger and watch whatever game happens to be on TV.

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3.5 star rating
December 11, 2015

Loudish, $10 for a cup of beer. Fries were too hot. Crispy but airy and dry on the inside. Deep six dip is something to try though. Interesting balance in dip, guacamole is a slight too dominating in my opinion. Nice wall decor.

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3.5 star rating
December 10, 2015

I only came for beers but my friend had a turkey "sandwich" meal. The place is pretty cozy but very loud and tight fitting which I personally don't like. I'll definitely try it again tho since it's close to my school.

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3.5 star rating
November 25, 2015

The family photos and posters give Betty's a friendly, warm vibe. I like that the menus serve different types of foods rather than just your typical, greasy fried chicken wings. Servers were really friendly and courteous.

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Business Description from the Web
November 04, 2013

Just half a block east of Sherbourne Avenue, Betty’s caters to those in the know, as well as Toronto visitors. Betty’s quaint, leafy patio is tucked away from traffic and is open whenever weather permits. Brunch is served on Saturdays and Sundays.

On King East and Sherbourne lies Betty’s, a quiet bar/restaurant with a reasonably priced menu that includes appetizers, sandwiches and entrées as... more

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August 20, 2013

Betty's offers these services: restaurant.

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February 24, 2013

A preferred watering hole for locals as well as the students of the George Brown College, the Betty's comes across as a regular dive bar where you can sit down and indulge in beer drinking. Hence, the focus is on providing a casual setup where you can end up having a good time conversing with friends over a bottle of draft beer. The interior of the bar is cozy, however, it is the outdoor patio... more

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