Toronto has no shortage of Irish pubs; this one's classy, polished-oak Manhattan feel is a nod to New York's famous bar of the same name. Regulars crowd the brass-rail bar, banquettes and, further back, the dining room. The open and cool back patio seats dozens more. The menu is sophisticated, including Kerry lamb and bistro specialities such as Atlantic salmon; the burgers are among the best in town. Draught beers flow; choose from more than a dozen excellent labels, plus dozens more in bottles.