The Best Buck-a-Shuck Deals In Toronto

We at Vv Magazine have searched high and low to ensure you get shucked every day of the week (only if you want to, of course). Read on for some of the most notable buck-a-shuck deals in the city. Whether you like ’em plain or sauced, East Coast or West Coast, there’s one thing all oyster lovers can agree upon – they taste best when they’re only a buck-a-shuck.

To ensure you get a good shucking, call ahead to confirm.

Though it may seem dollar oyster nights are few and far between, there are definitely a few spots around your neighbourhood that shuck ’em up weekly. Did we miss any Saturday deals? Let us know and we’ll add them in! Mondays. Pick between one east and one west coast variety. Note: All offers are subject to change. To ensure you get a good shucking, call ahead to confirm. Did we miss any buck-a-shuck deals in Toronto? Share them with us in the comments below or tweet us at @ViewtheVibe.

You may be able to have too many shoes, but you can never have too many brew pubs (too much beer is another thing, but we don’t want to be downers). Toronto’s Barhop doesn’t require that you engage in a tour of the city.

An opinionated cocktail bar that can be hard to find from the street, Hoof Cocktail bar is the drinking extension of the extinct, yet popular, restaurant The Black Hoof. You will find classic and clever drinks with bourbon, rye, cognac and more for the base.

You may want to try a Guajillo Margarita, even if you don’t know what guajillo infused tequila is. What you won’t find as the base is vodka, which owner Jen Agg declared as “dumb” in a blog post. If you can do without your vodka, you will gain low lighting, smooth jazz and candles in mason jars as the backdrop to your drinking experience.

The food menu is limited, but does include Black Hoof inspired meaty elements, such as duck wings or popcorn chicken hearts. If you are really hungry, go to the Black Hoof after or before your drinks. An opinionated cocktail bar that can be hard to find from the street, Hoof Cocktail bar is the drinking extension of the extinct, yet popular, restaurant The Black Hoof.

This cocktail bar is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, in case you want a stiff drink with your Eggs Benedict. It is often the case that bars either shine with drinks or with food, but Bar Begonia is the rare exception where both are stellar.

Drinks do not shy away from the liquor, which is refreshing in a city known for expensive, watered down drinks. We don’t have to tell you how incredible French food is, especially when it is done right, and Bar Begonia has all the fatty Frenchness you could want.

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  2. Ace// 425 Adelaide St.W
  3. Pm – 1 am Everyday
  4. Moxie’s Toronto Downtown

Especially after one of those stiff drinks. This cocktail bar is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, in case you want a stiff drink with your Eggs Benedict. There are two types of people in this world: those who have a good relationship with tequila and those that do not. If you and tequila have the relationship status of “It’s Complicated,” Reposado may be the place to deepen your bond.

There are over 128 tequilas behind the bar, so you certainly have your choices. There is even an affiliated house band (named the Reposadists, of course) to bring the party to another level on the weekends. Indoor and outdoor seating provide lots of atmosphere, while the tapas menu can help to soak up some of the excess liquor so that things don’t get too crazy.