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    Paul Till

    Midfield

    1434 Dundas W, Toronto, Ontario M6J 1Y7

    Of all the transformed Portuguese sports bars on Dundas (and these days, the domestic-beer-pouring venues of pre-gentrification DuWest are fewer and farther between), Midfield is an effortless original. A relaxed spot to explore intriguing wines without a single drop of pretension – everything on the frequently updated list is offered by the glass – it also dishes great food to complement the enthusiasm stoked by primo vino. 

    Access No barrier at the door, washrooms in basement.

    Hours Daily 6 pm to close.

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    Archive

    909 Dundas W, Toronto, Ontario M6J 1V9

    Like Midfield to the far west, Archive is decidedly a wine bar dishing tasty bites, not a restaurant. It’s a favourite of oenophiles and industry folk, and brothers Josh and Joel Corea pour all of Archive’s wines by the glass. Both 3- and 5-ounce portions are available, as are exploratory flights. For those seeking fortification, sherry and port are also on hand. 

    Access No barrier at the entrance, washrooms in basement

    Hours Daily 5 pm to 2 am.

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    Skin &amp Bones

    David Laurence

    Skin + Bones

    980 Queen E, Toronto, Ontario

    In Leslieville, this neighbourhood resto and wine haven serves more than 10 types of vermouth to sip while you contemplate what to really drink. Settle in at the long bar and taste your way through a lengthy list of wines by the glass. Just keep in mind that 3 ounces of Barolo or Burgundy don’t come cheap – here or anywhere – but it sure is nice to be able to savour a Grand Cru without having to commit to the bottle.

    Access Barrier free, washrooms on main floor

    Hours Sunday 10 am to 2 pm and 5 to 10 pm, Tuesday to Thursday 5 to 11 pm, Friday and Saturday 5 pm to midnight.

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