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Second time to Hurleys with a dozen guys from TO. Cool fun pub.Two narrow floors, different nooks and crannies. Live music one end of upstairs. Wait staff all friendly, did not have to stand and wait 3 deep, for 15 mins to order beer. Mixed...More
Such a great experience my wife and I had at Hurley's. We got into Second floor, where are some rock music playing. The food is tradicional pub food.
But it is on the first floor where the magic happens. Dave Gossage is a very talent...More
Our first poutine in Canada. Before getting my drink I changed my mind but the waitress told me it would be impossible to cancel the order. They were pouring so many pints that it could not be so hard to make me happy with another...More
When you think of an Irish pub, this is what comes to mind. Hurley's is exactly what you want an Irish pub to be. The rooms are small and confusing. There are multiple levels with different bars. Some rooms have working fireplaces. Some rooms have...More
We always seem to find an Irish pub no matter where we travel. This was exactly like a place you would find in Ireland. We went for a poutine and found our way back for live Trad music later in the evening. Service was great,...More
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