The latest in our series of Ossington business profiles is of tequila bar-jazz bar-Mexican food-great patio-nightlife hotspot Reposado. Located at 136 Ossington Avenue, the bar has been a local favourite for a long time for all of the aforementioned reasons.
Aside from tequila, a patio, and live music, Reposado also has authentic Mexican food on their menu, courtesy of Toronto catering team Santo Pecado.
Sandy agreeably answered our questionnaire, and provided some photos showcasing the bar. Here’s our Reposado profile.
Tell us a bit about your business
Tequila, mezcal, Cocktail & Tapas bar with live music
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