The Victory Cafe, known to locals as The Vic, can be found in Toronto’s renowned Mirvish Village. We have been serving the Annex neighbourhood with Craft beer for over 15 years. At The Vic, we are passionate about craft beer. Our quaint neighbourhood pub has great pub grub, a laid-back atmosphere and hard-working and friendly staff. Enjoy a pint of cask ale or any of our craft and micro-brews on tap. Our staff are happy to help you navigate the variety of styles and flavours.
We host live jazz, trivia nights, poetry readings, book launches, birthday parties, staff parties, wedding receptions, and we would love to host your event, we hope to serve you soon!
Celebrate Every Victory with craft beer!
Conveniently located on the subway line just west and south of Bloor and Bathurst, the neighborhood shares its history with the infamous Honest Ed’s bargain store.
Between 1959 and 1963, the late Ed Mirvish of Honest Ed’s bought up the Victorian homes on Markam Street and converted the buildings into art studios and galleries with the help of his wife, Anne, a sculptor. Today, this dowtown Toronto neighbourhood boasts many independent video stores, bookstores, jewelry stores, antique shops, art galleries, vintage clothing shops and restaurants.
Locals and visitors stroll through Mirvish Village, shopping, relaxing and enjoying some food and drink while taking in the people and sights along the vibrant tree-lined Markam Street.