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C'est What

Bars and Pubs
67 Front Street East
Toronto Ontario M5E 1B5
(416) 867-9499
Website
Contact Email:
info@cestwhat.com

C’est What is Toronto’s cultural ambassador offering a diverse menu of comfort food made from scratch with real honest ingredients alongside an unsurpassed selection of local craft beer, wine, and original music. We are Toronto’s “local”. As Toronto’s preeminent craft beer purveyor and original craft beer and wine restaurant, we offer Toronto’s best choice with 42 craft brews on tap – including eight on cask, fine whiskies from the world over, and a select all Ontario VQA wine list. C’est What is located in the cellar of a historic 19th century building in the St. Lawrence Market area. Casual, warm, and inviting, our Old Town charm appeals to Bohemians and Bay St. bankers alike.


Price
$$
Attire
Casual
Transit
From Union Station: 5 minute walk or take the 72A Pape bus to Church Street and walk one block north.. From King Station: 5 minute walk or take the 504 King streetcar east to Church Street and walk one block south.
Parking Options
Street
Services
Takes Reservations, Walk-Ins Welcome and Waiter Service
Payment Options
Visa, American Express and Mastercard
Business Hours
Monday
11:30 AM to 1:00 AM
Tuesday
11:30 AM to 2:00 AM
Wednesday
11:30 AM to 2:00 AM
Thursday
11:30 AM to 2:00 AM
Friday
11:30 AM to 2:00 AM
Saturday
11:30 AM to 2:00 AM
Sunday
11:30 AM to 01:00 AM


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  • NEWS
  • 3 days ago by C'est What

    C'est What
    Last night Bryan ordered the 4,000,000th pint sold at C’est What. He claims responsibility for only the Al’s Cask Ale portion. Cheers to all who helped.
    Last night Bryan ordered the 4,000,000th pint sold at C’est What. He
    2 days ago
    Wow, I planned on popping in next week for a pint(s) when I’m up touring T.O.
    3 days ago
    Good man! Glad to have done my bit over the years...🍻
    3 days ago
    Great spot, I’ve “helped” with contributing to reaching that number over the years 😜👍🏻
    3 days ago
    Glad to have done our bit many years ago!
    3 days ago
    If accurate, give your book keeper a raise.
  • 1 week ago by C'est What

    C'est What
    Hope everyone had a blast at our second ever trivia night on Wednesday! Congrats to our grand prize winners “Riddle Me This”, and our Round 1 and 3 winners “Birds Nest Soup” and “Mistakes Were Made”.
    See you all June 20th at 8pm for our next trivia night!
    Photos from C'est What's post
  • 2 weeks ago by C'est What

    C'est What
    Let's practice for the upcoming election: The voting for Now's Best Dish begins today at https://nowtoronto.com/bestdish We have entered the Hogtown Salad and Hemp Ale as our combo for 2018. May we have your vote?
    Photos from C'est What's post
  • 2 weeks ago by C'est What

    C'est What
    TOMORROW!! C'est What and Henderson Brewing Co will be giving away two tickets to see the Blue Jays take on the Oakland A's. Come down anytime after 5pm to win. We will have a tap feature running with 5 offerings from Henderson, which are:
    - Henderson's Best amber Ale
    - Union Pearson Ale
    - Zerostomia Czech Pale Lager
    - Ladder To The Moon Bourbon Barrel Aged Dark Saison
    w/Rosemary & Lemon Verbena
    - Upper Canada Repatriation Lager
     
    So come down tomorrow and touch em all and you could be headed to the Dome next Thurs. (17th) with a friend
    TOMORROW!!  C'est What and Henderson Brewing Co will be giving away tw
  • 3 weeks ago by C'est What

    C'est What
    4,000,000 Moments
     
    Find Your Moment During The Week of May 21 to 27
     
    Enjoy a brew at C’est What during the week of May 21 and you just might become the iconic craft beer aficionado that has ordered the 4,000,000th pint served here. There will be prizes awarded to random beer lovers all week long.
     
    Niagara Falls flows, in the summer, at 168,000 cubic metres per minute. C’est What’s 30-year total draught sales of 4,000,000 “pints” equates to 2,168,000 litres, if poured down our customers’ throats as fast as Niagara Falls flows, could have been consumed in 0.77 seconds. Think about that the next time you do a keg stand!
     
    The Don River flows at 4 cubic metres per second. Our 4 million pints (2, 168 cubic metres) would have vanished down the Don River in just over 9 minutes.
     
    At an average size of 50 litres, we have managed to carry in, pour, and carry out 43,360 kegs. Each keg weighs about 65 kilograms, so our wonderful delivery guys have lifted and carried 2,818 metric tonnes Into C’est What, and 650 metric tonnes out. No wonder our alley has potholes.
     
    For those who drink beer while watching baseball (and why else watch baseball?), the beer that C’est What has poured would cover the entire playing surface of the SkyDome to a depth of .47 metres or almost 1.5 feet – perfect for wading or wallowing. We did it all without charging $18.00 for a cup of crappy “Dome Foam.”
     
    Each keg is about 21 inches high. Stacked on top of each other, the kegs C’est What has served would tower to 75,880 feet, which is higher than the cruising altitude for the Concorde, or almost 42 times as high as the CN Tower. There, we’ve finally found a use for the CN Tower!
     
    The average rate at which people pee is about 12 ml/second. At that rate, all the beer served at C’est What would have taken 50,185 hours to be vented. If you did nothing else but sleep for 8 hours a day, it would have taken you 8.6 YEARS to finally clean off the last few drops – imagine the relief!
    3 weeks ago
    Peter Murtagh. Lunch.
    3 weeks ago
    A momentous occasion! I think in our visits there we have been through several kegs of Coffee Porter( and other beers!) and hopefully we’ll get to do it again eh Paul , Susie, Here’s to the next 4 million! 🍻
  • 3 weeks ago by C'est What

    C'est What
    May Day! Our monthly e-news has been posted: http://www.cestwhat....ontent/issue-182
    Issue 182 | C'est What?
  • 7 weeks ago by C'est What

    C'est What
    No foolin’, our April e-news has been posted: Beer, music, and a trivia night http://www.cestwhat....ontent/issue-181
    Issue 181 | C'est What?
  • 17 weeks ago by C'est What

    C'est What
    January's on it's way out and it's time to get a groove on for our 30th Anniversary celebrations. Details are in the February e-news http://www.cestwhat....ontent/issue-179
    January's on it's way out and it's time to get a groove on for our 30t
  • 22 weeks ago by C'est What

    C'est What
    Our e-news has been released. It includes some holiday cheer. http://www.cestwhat....ontent/issue-178
    Issue 178 | C'est What?
  • 31 weeks ago by C'est What

    C'est What
    Last year Stone City Ales brewed a beer in tribute to Gord Downie and the Tragically Hip in preparation for their final show in Kingston. It is called Pretty Things. They also have some lovely merch to go along with that beer and are donating profits from said merch to the Gord Downie Fund for Brain Cancer Research at Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre in Toronto and the Gord Downie & Chanie Wenjack Fund. Today would be a great day to donate to one of these causes and also to come down to C'est What and remember Gord with a pint or two of Pretty Things.
     
    R.I.P. Gord
     
    https://stonecityale...ns/pretty-things
    Last year Stone City Ales brewed a beer in tribute to Gord Downie and
  • 39 weeks ago by C'est What

    C'est What
    The September edition of our e-news has been posted. http://www.cestwhat....ontent/issue-177
    Issue 177 | C'est What?
  • 50 weeks ago by C'est What

    C'est What
    Hey @panteric, How so you like the homage? @cestwhat Eric the Red is now on tap. Our newest addition, a creamy Irish red ale. Cheers!
    Timeline Photos
  • 52 weeks ago by C'est What

    C'est What
    The lineup for C'est What's Spring Festival Of Craft Breweries tonight is now posted on untappd, Facebook, and http://www.cestwhat.com/menus/untappd
    Timeline Photos
    52 weeks ago
    The link isn't working :(
  • 52 weeks ago by C'est What

    C'est What
    Today is the day! It's our annual Spring Beer Festival. 50 unique local craft brews including 16 cask ales will be pouring starting at 5pm. We have some great new breweries as well such as a Left Field collaboration with Godspeed, the debut beer from Halcyon and a special keg from Bellwoods. Come find out what the other 47 are for yourself.
    52 weeks ago
    Chris Krueger
    52 weeks ago
    Liz Wright show the G this
  • 53 weeks ago by C'est What

    C'est What
    Gauging interest here, especially for Imperial Stout fans. We have access to an exclusive product from a great Ontario craft brewery and want to do a tasting. Please comment if you'd be interested in an exclusive tasting of a 6oz glass of a really cool Bourbon Barrel Aged Russian Imperial Stout paired with a special appetizer from our kitchen. Tickets would likely be around $25. The bottle itself is too limited to get enough to sell through the bar but we think the dedicated fans of Ontario Craft Beer should get to try this rare treat. If we see enough interest we will work on a tasting date during Toronto Craft Beer Week.
     
    Cheers!
    53 weeks ago
    Absolutely.
    53 weeks ago
    Oh yes!
    53 weeks ago
    Yeah!
    53 weeks ago
    Sounds like a plan James Goldfinger! 🍻
    53 weeks ago
    Huge yes!
    53 weeks ago
    I'm in
    53 weeks ago
    Interested!
    53 weeks ago
    Interested!
    53 weeks ago
    I'd definitely want to try this out! Nick Morsillo
    53 weeks ago
    Would definitely be interested :D
  • 54 weeks ago by C'est What

    C'est What
    Beware: Beer Festival pending... and some other news http://www.cestwhat....ontent/issue-175
    Issue 175 | C'est What?
  • 63 weeks ago by C'est What

    C'est What
    The crowd is so attentive and enthralled tonight for Trish MacAulay and Dinah Thorpe!
    Timeline Photos
    63 weeks ago
    Good for C'est What and the sound technician !
  • 63 weeks ago by C'est What

    C'est What
    Our latest e-news has been posted at http://www.cestwhat....ontent/issue-174
    Issue 174 | C'est What?
  • 65 weeks ago by C'est What

    C'est What
    There's just over TWO weeks left to submit your work for Collective Arts Series 8 craft beer can and bottle labels. Submissions will be accepted until Monday, March 13, 2017.
     
    Your Art. Our Beer. The Series 8 Call for Art + Music has no theme; there are no boundaries on creativity. They are looking for the best new and emerging artists around the globe.
     
    To submit your art or music, and get details on ALL the artist benefits and payment, visit collectiveartsbrewing.com/submit-art.
    Submit Art | Collective Arts Brewing
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