RedFish BlueFish Creative Cafe

RedFish BlueFish Creative Cafe

73 Harbord St, Toronto, ON M5S 1G4

Call: (416) 960-2233

Nestled in the very popular Annex neighbourhood is the charming RedFish BlueFish Creative Cafe. Opened for almost 3 years, it offers a family-friendly environment for the creative child to play and for mom and dad to watch with a great tasting coffee. 

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Cactus Club Cafe

Cactus Club Cafe

77 Adelaide St. W., Toronto, ON M5H 1P9

Call for reservations: 647-748-2025

Cactus Club Cafe, the West coast powerhouse helmed by Iron Chef Rob Feenie has arrived in the heart of Toronto’s financial district at First Canadian Place. With a “creative fine dining” menu centered around local and sustainable ingredients, and a well-appointed accessible space, Cactus Club Cafe proves a notable addition to the financial district restaurant scene.

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Top 5 Accessible Bars for St. Patrick's Day

Top 5 Accessible Bars for St. Patrick's Day

It looks like the luck of the Irish is with us this year as mild temperatures roll into Toronto just in time for St. Patrick's Day! There are lots of celebrations happening around the city this Thursday, and we've put together a list of our favourite accessible spaces so that you can enjoy a green beer or whatever Irish-themed drink you fancy. Cheers from AccessTO! 

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Bier Markt

Bier Markt

58 The Esplanade, Toronto, ON M5E 1A6

Call for Reservations: 416-862-7575

The St. Lawrence area is full of things to do, including exploring the St. Lawrence Market, water-side activities and plenty of opportunities to check great accessible restaurants like the Bier Markt. Just a 6 minute walk from Union Station, the Bier Markt has one of the biggest selections of beer in the city with over 150 to choose from!

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Papermill Theatre and Gallery

Papermill Theatre and Gallery

67 Pottery Road, Toronto, M4K 2B9

E­mail/Call: todmorden@toronto.ca; (416) 396­-2819

On a particularly snowy day, we were warmly welcomed into the historic, and accessible Papermill Theatre and Gallery. The building is located just off of Pottery Road, in the Don River Valley, and is surrounded by acres of beautiful land. The main building, formerly a paper mill, contains both a gallery and a theatre.

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