The Most Unique Bar in Mississauga: The Old Stable Pub


Published April 9, 2016 at 9:32 pm


How do I describe this place? At first glance, it looks like a tiny, tucked-away bar.

When you walk in, however, you feel like you’ve stepped into a legit western barn. There are deer heads on the wall and saddles all over the place. Oh, and this place — called The Old Stable Pub — is a straight-up Polish bar/restaurant.

This is pretty much the entire place outside of some bar seats.

The menu is small and filled with polish dishes that include cabbage rolls, pierogis, beef stew and chilli. The server said everything is made in-house and once he brought the pierogis and tasted it, I believed him. The pierogis (which were in the top 5 pierogis)  come in potato and meat varieties, so they’re good for vegetarian and carnivorous diners alike. The cabbage rolls where really good but I don’t have them much at restaurants and the chilli was delicous.

Try this place is you want to see a truly different restaurant! It’s awesome!


Cabbage rolls

Chili and beef stew

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