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Toronto’s two Longest Yard restaurants are synonymous with fresh, nutritious and affordable casual dining, a great selection of beers and wines – and a fun place to hangout with colleagues, friends, lovers, family and teammates.
The first Yard opened in 1987 on Mount Pleasant Road and was followed in 2007 by the Yard on Bloor Street West. The restaurants take their name from two sources – the 1974 Robert Aldrich movie The Longest Yard starring Burt Reynolds and Eddie Albert and the 17th century yard of ale drinking glass (trumpet-shaped with a trick bulb as a drinker’s challenge). We have a three-pint yard glass at the restaurant on Mt. Pleasant.