Having occupied its back-alley location since 1885, this eclectic yet historic café offers a two-in-one dining escape from the downtown bustle. The first-floor bar with its booths and vintage tiled floor is the perfect setting for a Prohibition-era cocktail and the rarebit appetizer of melted farmhouse cheeses, bacon and lager served with toasted brioche. Upstairs, a candlelit, white-tablecloth dining room befits the menu featuring classics such as beef wellington and the popular Sunday Gravy: gnocchi with San Marzano tomatoes, beef, lamb and pork. Linger with french-pressed coffee and house-made chocolate truffles for dessert.
10 Bosworth St
|Cross street:||Province St|
|Opening hours:||Daily 11am-12am|
|Transport:||Red line to Park St or Orange line to Downtown Crossing|