Bar Raval

Row 1

505 College St (Palmerston Blvd)
Toronto, ON M6J 2J3
$ $ $
Mon–Sun: 8:00 AM–2:00 AM

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Foursquare Tips

  • World-class bar with great food and cocktails. Come in at 8am and try the Raval Coffee!
  • Everything. Absolutely amazing- esp if you've ever been to Northern Spain...
  • Amazing food and top notch service in a beautiful space. This place has it all.
  • Great breakfast joint for people who aren't looking for a traditional breakfast. Spanish ham is amazing. Chorizo with mustard. All good!!
  • Dolce de Leche and Crispy Jamon donut is amazing!!!
  • Brunch is awesome, donuts, salmon croissant, and cafe Raval were excellent!
  • huge line ups..staff are great and attentive ..
  • Craftmenship interior woodwork. Tapas were all great. Friendly staff. Try the mini lomo-hamburger ;-)
  • Great wine bar/tapas bar vibe. Pricey but delicious. Skip the iberico but make sure to get the chorizo and manchego (it has pepper and olive too), the fennel salad and the shrimp and romesco
  • Fascinating Cowboy cocktail, hot octopus, croquetas. The bar is a masterpiece. Casual atmosphere perfect for a date night or to catch up with friends.
  • Fantastic beers, great tapas, fabulous interior. Stay on the outside patio if the weather is nice, too bad there's no seating (at least on a Friday evening).
  • Gorgeous and delicious! Smoked mackerel and warm octopus were superb!
  • A chorizo slice of warm, welcoming Spain in Canada, this curvaceous, Gaudi-styled tapas bar feeds the eye and the stomach. Sherry is abundant.
  • One of the most beautiful interiors in Toronto. Delicious tapas too!
  • Really interesting interior design and great tapas.
  • Absolutely fantastic pintxos and tapas. The cocktails are delightful. The service here is actually impeccable.
  • Food tastes very fresh!!
  • A well rounded variety of delicious tapas/pintxos, wines and cocktails. Raval somehow gets Torontonians on their best behaviour in this cosy, communal space.
  • Cool vibe, good eats and drinks, but slooow service. Guess it's like Spain?
  • Second (lunch) visit as good as the first (breakfast); tripe stew, cale salad, good crusty bread from Bar Isabel, a great coffee (Ashley) with friendly service (Ariane).