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4 stars 88 reviews

The Ceili Cottage

1301 Queen St E
Toronto, ON  M4L 1C2

(416) 406-1301

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Editorial Reviews from the web
English
January 14, 2014

"Friendly locals" dine on classic plates like bangers and mash plus seasonal oysters (the owner is a record shucker) at this affordable Irish hideaway in Leslieville; solid service and a rustic interior that "epitomizes an authentic pub" add further appeal.

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January 13, 2012

World-famous oyster shucker Patrick McMurray has opened a pearl with his new Irish pub, located in Leslieville. He has transformed a former garage into a totally charming cottage, one with an authentic late 1800s look. A 5.1cm-thick (2-in.) Kilkenny limestone bar top shipped over from Ireland is the highlight of the bar area in which the owner can often be found shucking away. A separate dining... more

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4 star rating
December 02, 2010

Ceili Cottage has only just opened its doors, but the lively atmosphere and charming surroundings are quickly establishing this "public house" as a favourite among Leslieville locals. Publican Patrick McMurray, international oyster shucking champion and restauranteur extraordinaire behind Starfish has dreamt of creating a typical Irish "local" for years. A proponent of Irish culture, Patrick... more

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4 star rating
December 22, 2015

There is something charming about the venue that keeps me coming back. A quaint neighborhood spot. Food is good and reasonably priced. Limited seating... The atmosphere at the bar is fun! Can be chilly by the entrance directly into the bar which is where the three tables are. Worth a trip!

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4 star rating
December 06, 2015

Soooooo neat (do the kids still use that word?). A hidden old old cottage with a quirky bar that feels like you are in a comfortable bunker on a secret mission. In this case the mission is to feel totally at home, have good whiskeys and beer, and fantastic food. My friend and I had oysters which were so incredibly fresh and the sauces were fantastic. I don't usually have sauces as I'm from the... more

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4 star rating
December 04, 2015

A cool space with really friendly staff (who appear to all be authentically Irish). Good space to go for a drink with one friend or many friends. When we got there around 7pm on a Saturday they were already sold out of a few things food wise. And by the time we ordered they were out of even more stuff. They were out of things like chips even. Cauliflower. I tried to order the mussels but they... more

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English
December 09, 2013

Ceili (pronounced Kay-lee) is an Irish word for a social get-together of music and dance. With that comes the food and drink. This

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November 05, 2013

The Ceili Cottage offers these services: pubs.

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November 04, 2013

Starfish’s Patrick McMurray opened this authentic Irish local, pronounced “kay-lee” cottage, to fill a void — an empty pint, if you will — in the city. Passionate about all things Gaelic and a world-champion oyster shucker, McMurray has created a space where one feels they are in a somewhat decrepit pub in some tiny Irish village. Paint peeling and exposed brick, the cottage is furnished with... more

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