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The 8 Best Places In Toronto For Cheap Drinks

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The 8 Best Places In Toronto For Cheap Drinks

Let's face it - Toronto is a money pit. It's only second to Vancouver as the most expensive city in Canada, and Torontonians definitely feel the financial pressure. Most of them live paycheque to paycheque, with most of their earnings being consumed by rent alone.

That being said, it's not impossible to have a good time in Toronto on a low budget. There's a decent selection of places that offers cheap drinks throughout the city. Here are 8 of my favourites (prices are subject to change at any given time):

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1. The Green Room // 296 Brunswick Ave

  • $3.50 martinis
  • $3.25 - $4.25 pints
  • $7 cocktails
  • $15 (or less) Sangria and beer pitchers

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2. The Lakeview // 1132 Dundas St W

  • $3 mimosas (until 5 pm all week)
  • $4 Caesars (until 5 pm all week)
  • $4 (or more) pint deals

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3. W Burger Bar // 10 College St

  • $2 shooters (all week)

4. Nirvana // 434 College St

  • $3.25 domestic beers
  • $3.75 premium beers
  • $4 bar rails (Thursdays)

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5. O'Gradys // 171 College St

  • $3 rail drinks (Thursdays and Sundays)
  • $3 shooters (Mondays)
  • $3 domestic beers (Thursdays)
  • $4 house pints (all week)
  • $4 martinis (Thursdays)

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6. Insomnia // 563 Bloor St W

  • $3 shooters (Fridays and Saturdays)
  • $3 Jagermeister (Wednesdays)
  • $4 pint deals (Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays)

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7. The Madison Ave Pub // 14 Madison Ave

  • $3.50 domestic beers/rail drinks (Thursdays; $4 the rest of the week)
  • $7.50 cocktails

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8. Bar 244 // 244 Adelaide St W

  • $3 mixed drinks (all week)
  • $3 domestic beers (all week)
  • $4 imported beers (all week)

Toronto has way more out there! What places do you go to for cheap drinks?

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