This is a good fit in the rapidly evolving “Little India” Bazaar. On Friday night, Danica, Deborah and I had a delicious meal at Hakka Wow. The ladies felt like having a beer after dinner but the restaurant isn’t licensed. Voilà … The Two-Headed Dog.
Raj, the proprietor is an amiable gent, rightly proud of his well-stocked, beautifully appointed pub. It was two years in the making. The time and care that went into it shows. Very well planned.
A narrow storefront opens into a surprisingly accommodating interior. Seating areas run from the front door, right to the back of the building. Bar stools, benches, tables, booths … the pub will seat a lot of customers comfortably. Screens are everywhere for sports.
A tall curtain wall of windows, big and impressive, closes the back. Fair weather will bring a patio opportunity there. The front window can open to the street, too. There is finished and furnished space for private events in the basement.
Open for less than a month, the pub is already a popular success. It was packed with patrons Friday night, a convivial crowd, watching the Raptors win.