You don't have to go far to get a taste of Filipino culture in Toronto - The city is overflowing with it, thanks to a massive Filipino community which comprises of over 200,000 people. Together, they've made their presence known through the several restaurants and establishments they've opened across the region.\nREAD ALSO: This Sangria Lounge Is One Of Toronto's Best Kept Secrets\nBut of all the Filipino hotspots in the city, one restaurant stands out for its admirable execution of bridging Filipino tradition with modern themes. Dolly's Mojito Bar and Panciteria demonstrates the eccentricity of Filipino culture through authentic plates and by honouring the island country's historical connection to rum.\nThe Philippines' abundance of sugar canes allowed it to become a powerhouse for rum production, after Spanish colonists introduced it to country in the 1800s. Today, it remains one of the world's top exporters of rum and related products.\nvia @ceratopz\nDolly's taps into this heritage with its offering of five types of mojitos, which range from $7 to $9 a glass:\nCubano - Bacardi Maestro white oak rum, fresh pressed cane juice, fresh pressed lime juice, mintFilipino - Flor de Cana 5 year, fresh pineapple juice, cane juice, calamansi lime, mintMestizo - Havana Club white, Havana Club dark rum, coconut rum, cane juice, coconut juice, lime juice, mintMojado - Tromba tequila blanco, Mount Gay, cane juice, lime juice, mintHinebra - Dillon's gin, fresh squeezed lemon, cane juice, mint\nIt also features stellar rum flights menu that features unaged, spiced, mestizo and ballers collections for the die-hard rum fan.\nvia @shmonlee\nOf course, no Filipino experience is complete without the food - Dolly's whips up all the classics - lumpia, pancit bihon, siopao, garlic fried rice, fried chicken Adobo, turon, longanisa-based dishes, pusit and much more are all on the menu. If you ask, they'll even add in some banana ketchup to your meal.\nAnd although it may seem more geared towards Filipinos, it's actually intended for everyone to enjoy. As long as you like sweet, salty, fried and sour, you'll be satisfied at Dolly's.\nvia @jamieharju\nThe restaurant itself has very relaxed vibe as well. Neon lights, tin ceilings graffiti walls and a vintage boombox creates a laid-back atmosphere that's perfect for after work drinks with friends.\nOverall, if you're looking for delicious food, great drinks and good music, Dolly's is the place for you.\nvia @dave_playacabana\nVisit Dolly's Mojito Bar and Panciteria at: 1285 Bloor St.