Serving The Annex since 1986

Paupers Pub is the beating heart of The Annex– a Toronto community pub that has occupied the corner of Bloor St. West and Lippincott since 1986. Built from a converted bank, its sweeping ceilings, old-world flourishes, and grid-iron decor are a taste of authenticity that is becoming scarce. Paupers has two large dining floors, a garden-esque street-side patio, and one of Toronto’s most celebrated secluded rooftop patios. During COVID-19 we have been recognized for our creative efforts to meet our customers’ needs in a pandemic, as well as for the sense of safety our guests feel when they visit Paupers.

A Piece of Living Toronto History

Paupers Pub is the beating heart of The Annex– a Toronto community pub that has occupied the corner of Bloor St. West and Lippincott since 1986. Built from a converted bank, its sweeping ceilings, old-world flourishes, and grid-iron decor are a taste of authenticity that is becoming scarce. Paupers has two large dining floors, a garden-esque street-side patio, and one of Toronto’s most celebrated secluded rooftop patios. During COVID-19 we have been recognized for our creative efforts to meet our customers’ needs in a pandemic, as well as for the sense of safety our guests feel when they visit Paupers.