Best of Liberty Village

Liberty Village Pub Crawl Guide

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The workday’s over, your co-workers want to hang out, the local team is playing and the weather’s inviting. It’s time to unwind at a Liberty Village pub and since there’s no shortage of them in this neighbourhood, we’re about to take you on a virtual pub crawl!

Williams Landing 120 Lynn Williams Road


Williams Landing is right in the Liberty Village epicenter. It’s a patio hot-spot and a busy pub any night of the week. Its second story gives patrons a unique view of the neighbourhood, along with genuinely friendly service, delicious menu items, and enthusiastic cheering on game nights. Williams Landing is part of the Landing Group and has sister restaurants throughout the GTA.

The Craft Brasserie & Grille 107 Atlantic Ave


The Craft Brasserie has just celebrated its one year anniversary and was warmly welcomed to the neighbourhood.  They’re known to have 120 craft beers on tap at any given time. To make their selection a little more manageable, they offer beer flights, giving patrons the opportunity to sample four different beers from a handcrafted wooden flight deck. With expansive seating areas both inside and outside, The Craft can accommodate parties of almost any size. Expect great service and if you’re looking to watch the game, they have many TVs for that very purpose.

Shoeless Joe’s 1189 King Street West

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Shoeless Joe’s, found at the corner of Mowat Ave. and King St., is part of the beautiful and historic Toronto Carpet Factory. This well-known West Side staple’s wrap around patio and awe-inspiring outdoor televisions always make it a favourite spot to watch the latest sports games. As a long time Toronto FC supporter, it is hard to miss considering all of the signage and decals proudly displayed around the pub.

Local Public Eatery 171 East Liberty


Local Pub located on East Liberty Street is eye-catching for both, its marquee lit sign and its playground-like patio. Booths, communal tables and smaller, intimate tables can all be found on the patio. With a vast menu and an impressive selection of rotating ales on tap, it’s a great place to kick back and hang out with friends and coworkers.

Brazen Head 165 East Liberty Street


Feeling like some classic pub fare? Brazen Head is the place to go! Scrumptious Irish dishes can always be found on their menu, along with some extra options. Occupying and operating in a three level building, it has ample patio space and lots of dining room tables. They’re also known to host live musical acts on Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays. Brazen Head truly lives up to the definition of a traditional pub.

The beauty of Liberty Village is that all of these pubs are just a hop, skip, and a jump away from one another, so you don’t have to settle on just one spot for the night. Explore and enjoy as many as your heart and appetite desire.

Meg Marshall

Meg is a fashion enthusiast, loves checking out Toronto restaurants, is a horse mom, and loves the community of Liberty Village. When not in Toronto, she can often be found in Chicago, another favourite city of hers. Check out her personal blog at

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