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We went for dinner with another couple and had a wonderful meal a few days ago. They had the mussels, wild boar pizza and salad with pear and lovely cheese. We had the smoked chicken and fries (a must) and I had gluten-free mussels in...More
We have be here on several occasions, twice for birthday celebrations. The service is friendly. Have had several dishes, and their pizza is very good. Other dishes, their Local burger is very good, a little spicy in the sauce they add, the mac and cheese,...More
Local 1794 is a tasty treat! Located on the Danforth near Coxwell, Local 1794 offers up a solid atmosphere, good music and plenty of TV's to watch the game. I had their pulled pork sandwich and fries. Very smoky, lots of good BBQ flavor and...More
Been to the Local a few times now, and I have to say its great to have a place of this caliber in our neighborhood. Used to be you had to haul on down to Leslieville to get this atmosphere. The fish tacos are outstanding,...More
Our office dept had organized going bowling as a team event & when we got to the bowling venue on the danforth - it wasn’t open & couldn’t reach the owners. We created a plan B by walking over to local 1794 - & were...More
We watched U-tube before we came. We went for the burger and the blueberry ribs.
We were impressed by the ambiance and service. We made reservations for 7:30pm and got seated as soon as we got there. It's a neighborhood joint, about 5 miles from...More
Date of visit: December 2017
Harry T, General Manager at Local 1794, responded to this reviewResponded January 1, 2018
I am very happy that you were able to come to Local 1794 and enjoy our service and food.
The chef makes a weekly 5 items special menu which is a great change for our regulars and something different from our regular menu...More
We had a small party here organized by a colleague. We were situated at the back of the restaurant and it was perfect for a not so large group and we were also able to use some of the bar seats.
The food was excellent...totally...More
Date of visit: December 2017
Harry T, General Manager at Local 1794, responded to this reviewResponded December 18, 2017
Thank you for the feedback!
We are very happy that you were thoroughly satisfied with your experience at Local 1794.
Looking forward to seeing you again.
Local 1794 Management
We ate here this evening as a party of 6. Everyone loved their meal. I asked the waitress about the gluten free crust and she assured me it was pretty good and she was so right. When it came and I tasted it I was...More
Date of visit: October 2017
Everyone's L, General Manager at Local 1794, responded to this reviewResponded October 26, 2017
Thank you for the feedback Heidi!
We try our best at Local1794 to cater for people with diverse tastes and food preferences. I am very happy to hear you enjoyed our food and restaurant.
Hope to see you soon,
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