If you're hoping to have "one last dance" at popular Annex bar The Brunswick House, tonight is your chance.
After 140 years, the "Brunny", as many of know it, is closing its doors. Current owner Abbis Mahmoud is inviting people out for one last hurrah Thursday evening to celebrate the historic watering hole.
"I have a lot of mixed emotions," Mahmoud said in an interview with CBC's Metro Morning Thursday. "I've had so many great memories there and it's really dawning on me now."
Mahmoud says no matter where he goes in the city, someone has a story to share about The Brunswick House.
"There's so many memories, but everywhere I go in Toronto, every time I speak to someone, whether I'm doing a Pepsi order, talking to someone at the hydro commission ... everyone's got a story. I hear so many stories. Just, it's unbelievable."
The Brunny has been a popular spot since it opened its doors back in 1876. Mahmoud re-opened the beer hall 10 years ago, maintaining its reputation as a hot spot popular with college and university students.
The final farewell party kicks off at 4 p.m. Thursday afternoon and is expected to run well into the early hours, in typical Brunny fashion.
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