We took our son-- not a huge kids menu and not really an atmosphere for kids but it was a cool experience. Less touristy. Seemed like lots of locals. Great beer delicious food friendly staff.
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Decided to check this place out with my friends who visited from Toronto. Child-friendly and great place foe those who like craft beer. I ordered the poutine which was delish. Probably the best dish on the menu. Everyone else ordered the burger which was also...More
This is such a fun (and "secretive") place! You feel as if you are going into a speak-easy, all dark and secretive. The micro-brewery is in full view, there are not a lot of tables, but the service was excellent, and the food was wonderful!
We found the Syndicate as we were looking for a brew pub. It is on the WEGO bus line and an easy 5 minute trip from the Clifton Hill area. The restaurant was fantastic. It had a "hidden room" for the dining are so do...More
We have returned here several times. This trip we were surprised by the recent renovation that was done! Wow! Our bartender was so friendly and the beers were great! Our meals were fantastic! Everything about the meal was perfect from presentation to taste!
This restaurant is a stand out in the area. Travel a few minutes from your hotel and you'll find this place on Lundy's Lane. There is a hidden room behind a bookshelf. The service is excellent. The food was great. They have a prix fixed...More
We googled this restaraunt during our stay in Niagara for the weekend. In the way of food, we only ordered the hummus which was amazing by the way. It is quite enough to be a meal, especially on a day trip around the area. The...More
So we found Syndicate on Yelp and it had a 4 star rating. Most of the comments were positive and the photos looked pretty good. Our food was underwhelming to say the least, the pan seared lake perch was not seasoned at all and had...More
Came for a business dinner with our team. When I first arrived and the server was bringing me to our table, I was confused. She walked towards a shelf, and I was following her, thinking to myself that maybe she was grabbing something and I...More