Lot 30 Brewers

Picture of the patio and entrance to the Lot 30 Brewers

303 Lansdowne Ave, Toronto, ON M6K 2W5

Lot 30 brewery is a brewery, restaurant, and bottle shop located in the heart of Brockton Village.  

Approaching the venue, curb cuts allow for an easy transition towards the double-door entrance measuring 72 inches wide. Crossing the half-inch threshold, a spacious dining room features a variety of seating options: High top tables (39”) with stools, high tables (35”) with fixed benches, and movable tables (29”) with chairs. Tucked at the back of the restaurant, the bar (40.5 inches high) entices you to try any one of their delicious craft brews. Patrons can choose to look to the featured tap specials written in large print on a chalkboard above the bar or ask the friendly staff for a good selection.

Picture of accessible entrance doors
Picture of accessible seating in the Lot 30 Brewers

All on one level and non-carpeted, one can travel past the bar, through a hallway (43 inches wide), to the accessible washroom. The private, accessible washroom has a 30-inch wide door that swings inwards into the room.

Picture of accessible washroom in Lot 30 Brewers

Two long grab bars are situated beside and behind the toilet (one horizontal, one diagonal). The sink is 29” inches high with clearing space underneath. Soap and paper dispensers can be easily reached on either sides of the sink. Located beside the accessible washroom is a clearly marked emergency exit (35 inches wide) which opens up to a 2-inch threshold and a ramp taking you back up to the street. There are no automatic features at this venue.

Reviewed on a Sunday afternoon, the noise level was low. The restaurant was well-lit at that time due to the large windows at the front of the venue allowing natural light to enter. At the entrance to the brewpub is a ground level patio with tables with fixed benches.

Thinking of driving to check out this spot? The nearest green P is located at 9 Bonar Place which is 4 blocks east of Lot 30 Brewers.  Alternatively, if taking the TTC, there is a bus stop at the College and Lansdowne intersection.