photo: www.michaelwells.ca


Kevin Brauch, The Thirsty Traveller, Making the Vanilla infused
Bushmills Irish Manhattan at The Ceili Cottage, Toronto
photo credit: Signe Langford

Food
We're keeping things simple and affordable. All menu items are made on premises, using local and mostly organic ingredients.
>>Cottage Menu 2011

We have cured meats, country ham, peat-smoked salmon, soup, mussels, sausages, meat pies, cheese, fresh bread, chutney's and jams, and fresh greens.

Weekends only - Full Irish Breakfast- available all day

Oysters will play a part - fresh shucked to order (as always) - Irish oysters, and Malpeques.

Daily specials will be listed on the chalkboard including the weekly roast dinner - each week features a different type of roast.

  • Hot on Sunday - the full roast dinner
  • Sandwich on Monday
  • Hashed on Tuesday
  • Minced on Wednesday
  • Curried on Thursday
  • Steak on Friday
  • Cottage Pie on Saturday

Drink
We have 12 taps - the four Irish - Guinness, Harp, Kilkenny, and Smithwick's, and will round out the mix with other stouts, ales, real ales and lagers from craft brewers of Southern Ontario and Quèbec. Slainté
>> Cottage Drink Menu 2011

No bottled beers in an effort to reduce our footprint.

Specialty Cocktails
by Kevin Brauch - The Thirsty Traveller

  • An Irishman in New York - Irish Manhattan
  • Shucker Paddy’s Starfish Caesar - clamato, horseradish, vodka, and a dulse-seaweed rim
  • Black Velvet - 5oz flute of Guinness and Cava

Kegged beer means fresher beer. Irish and Scotch Whiskeys, as well as a short selected wine list will be available to enjoy responsibly.