The Brunswick House, one of Toronto’s oldest bars, has announced that it will close on March 31.
The bar made the announcement on Facebook Tuesday saying “One Last Dance with a Legendary Lady.”
The owner of the 481 Bloor Street West spot terminated the lease for the bar on December 31st.
“It is with great pride and sorrow that I announce the legendary Brunswick House will be closing on March 31 after 140 years of memory making history,” said Abbis Mahmoud in the Facebook post.
“I am very proud to have reopened the Brunny 10 great years ago after it was closed for a while and bringing it back to its shining glory,” said Mahmoud.
The Brunny stayed at the location on a month-to-month basis until a new tenant could be found.
It is not known at this time who the new tenant will be.
A final party, or as they are calling it one last dance, will be thrown on March 31 and everyone is invited.
“Thank you for the memories and thank you for teaching me the bigger the fight, the bigger the reward and growth,” said Mahmoud.
“There will never be another Brunny.”