Dine in a Haunted House — and Other Strange Brews
The Keg Mansion
515 Jarvis Street
Neighbourhood: Upper Jarvis
Dine at the Keg Mansion, the perfect place to enjoy the Keg’s world-famous steaks and seafood. And maybe come across a ghost.
The Keg restaurant has several locations across Toronto. But this particular location offers a truly unique experience. The historic dining room at Euclid Hall provides just the right ambience. Built in 1868, the Victorian mansion once served as the residence of industrialist Hart Massey. A distraught maid supposedly hung herself over the staircase. Visitors have spotted the maid’s body dangling above the stairs, and sensed someone watching them in the washroom.
Whether or not you have a paranormal experience while visiting, dining in a haunted house will give you plenty to talk about later.
Lockhart Cocktail Bar
The Lockhart is an apothecary bar inspired by the magical world of Harry Potter. Prepare yourself to be spellbound.
1479 Dundas Street West
Neighbourhood: Brockton Village
Deadly Grounds Cafe and Curiosities
1413 Durham Highway 2, Unit #6 (next to the Panic Factory)
Coffee to die for: that’s their motto. They also offer terror teas, rot chocolate, and merchandise. If you can’t make it out to the Oshawa/Courtice area, you can order their products to be shipped.