Visited with hockey team after a game. This is an old time tavern and is good for pitchers of draft and plates of wings.
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What can you say about the Goose that hasn't been said. Like the Lambton, the Islington House and many that have disappeared the Goose has stuck to the old style tavern which was Toronto so many years ago. I have been there with many people...More
A classic. It's a pure dive bar but the boys would go after hockey for beer, wings, and camaraderie - all of which are always awesome! Worth a visit.. or ten!
This pub is bumping on Karaoke-Friday nights! Otherwise, live music every night of the week. Good beer selection and friendly service. Most definitely down to earth and no frills. Love this place!
Have been many times but was very disappointed last time with my wife (with whom I talked up the place). Great place for a drink on teh patio. The wings have gone from plump and juicy to thin and dry. Go for the drinks, skip...More
Went there once....dingy; tired local bar. The men's bathroom door did not close properly and the men didn't care that they were in full view doing their business. Did not stay.
I was back for my twice a year visit with friends to watch the Leaf game on a December Saturday night. Easy access from GO Train, although when you leave the train, you can see the tavern, but you have to take about a 10-12...More
I got a little nostalgic walking in here, knowing that my dad drank here 25 years ago. Good little spot. Went for after work drinks and food. Normal pub grub -- but still delicious. Right beside the go station -- so if you get too...More