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This Vodka Bar In Toronto Is The Perfect Place To Get Classy Drunk

In Toronto, there's a themed bar dedicated to all things vodka, and it'll make you feel like you've been transported to Russia.

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Pravda Vodka Bar is a thirteen-year-old business that has adhered to a single vision since its opening - to create a place that will inspire a new appreciation for vodka. It stocks the most varieties of vodka in the entire city, housing over 100 of the world's finest vodkas in its one-of-a-kind cellar.

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As soon as you walk into the bar, your eyes will be delighted at the sight of bright red velvet, glimmering chandeliers and quirky knick knacks throughout. In keeping with European themes, the bar is adorned with a Louis XII decor, which adds a sort of historical charm to the space.

Pravda's drink list is delightfully extensive. They offer a slew of regular martinis, premium martinis, old and new world vodkas, wines, champagnes, cocktails and hard liquors. True vodka enthusiasts should check out their private cellar tastings, which takes participants on a guided chilled vodka tour for just $20 a person.

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Accompanying the vodka menu are a selection of great eats and sharables, from charcuterie boards to full-on mains. Pair your vodka with favourites like pierogis, steaks, seafoods, burgers and other cool snackables. 

Visit Pravda Vodka Bar at: 44 Wellington St E

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