This purveyor of cheap eats and cheap beers is relocating to Toronto's east side

Mar 28 2017, 11:44 am

Urban House Cafe, similar to Toronto’s Red Room or Java House, is best known for offering modestly priced meals and cheap drinks in a casual atmosphere.

Formerly located on Dundonald Street in the Yonge and Wellesley neighbourhood, the cafe, restaurant, and bar shuttered last September to make way for more condos.

Now the public house has found a new home and is expected to open in May at Queen and Broadview.

For the uninitiated, Urban House Cafe deals in a broad range of apps, soups, and salads, all day breakfasts, sandwiches, entrees (everything from pad thai to shrimp linguine), and daily specials all priced under $10.

Drinks-wise, this place is famous for $5 pints and pitchers of cheap sangria from $16.

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Urban House Cafe

Address: 718 Queen Street East, Toronto

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