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DROM Taberna is a heartfelt homage to places that we came from, have traveled to, or have never been - the lands that stretch from the Baltic to the Balkans to the Black Sea.

Poland, Ukraine, Russia, Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia, Belorus, Czeska Republika, Slovakia, Hungary, Romania, Moldova, Serbia, Croatia, Albania, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Slovenia, Montenegro, Bulgaria, Georgia.

The golden thread that ties this soil together is the Romani people. From the deserts of India, over mountain and sea in their westward journey, the gypsies brought the traveller spirit to many gadjo.

That is us, finding community amongst strangers, joy in the face of adversity, immigrant souls eating, drinking and playing music together. 

In Romani Latcho Drom means “safe journey”. Drom is a Slavic loan word that means voyage, travel, adventure, the open road…

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Upcoming Events

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Everyday 12 PM – 2 AM
458 Queen St. W.
Toronto, ON


All prices include tax.

Draught Beers $

House Pils - No Bud, Corona or Canadian, this instead 7
Pilsner Urquell - authentic pour (Plzen, Czech) 9
Hefeweisse (wheat) -
Paulaner (Germany) 9
Dunkelweisse (dark wheat) -
Kacker-Pschorr (Germany) 9
Guest tap from Germany -
ask what’s on! 9
Lagunitas (San Diego, California) (16oz) 8
Stout -
Murphy’s (Ireland) 9
Seasonal -
small batches from local breweries 7-9
Cider -
KW Craft sparkling apple cider (6.7%, 16oz) 9

Tall Cans

Pilsner/Lager - Kozel (Czech Republic) 8
Radler -
Schofferhoffer (Germany) 8


Strawberry Wheat - Früli (Belgium, 12oz) 9
Pilsner/Lager -
Żywiec (Poland) 8

White Wine glass bottle

SERBIA - Muscat - Ottonel Navip ‘15 7 32
GEORGIA - Rkatsiteli/Mtsvane - Koncho & Co. ‘13 9 40
HUNGARY - Dry Riesling - Gilvesy Bohem ‘17 11 45
GREECE - Assyrtiko - Porto Carras ‘15 * 12 50

Red Wine glass bottle

CROATIA - Plavac Mali -
Pelješac ‘16 8 37
GEORGIA - Saperavi -
Koncho Winey Mukuzani 10 43
Pro Corde ‘15, reserve 12 50

ROSÉ (dry) - FRANCE - Château Barberianne ‘17 12 50

SPARKLING - HUNGARY - Hungaria Grande Cuvee Brut 12 45

(* Indicates Organic Wine)

House Cocktails $
All mixes, none shaken.

Szarlotka - Żubrówka, apple, mint 8
Beton -
Becherovka, tonic, grapefruit 8

Balkanizer -
Slivovitz, Campari, Amaro Montenegro 12
Bloody Revolution -
Vodka, Beet Kwas, horseradish, pickle
garnish. Forget about Mary, down with Caesar, no Gods, 10
no masters, have a bloody revolution.

Tropical Heat - Hot apple cider w/ rum, cinnamon 12
Moscow Mule -
Vodka, Ginger Beer (or Dark ‘n’ Stormy) 10

Unibomber - Red Bull & Unicum (badass Hungarian jaeger) 11
Satan’s Nectar -
Rum & Coke, espresso shot, drink it
all at once! 10

We specialise in a wide array of spirits from all across the
globe with a focus on Eastern European treats. Due to the rarity and rotating
nature of many of these stellar boozes, this is just a taste of the delicious drams we have on offer.
For full selection, come to Drom! Prices are all for 1oz shots.


Polish vodka

Luksusowa (potato), Wyborowa (rye), Żytnia (rye)
Żubrówka (Bison grass), Żołądkowa Gorzka (herbal), all - $5

Gdański Spirytus (76%) - $6


Zirkova - $6


Legend of Kremlin - $10

Rakija & Palinka
Clear fruit brandies, not sweet but strong

Slivovitz Navip (plum, Serbia) $5
Kosher Slivovitz (Hungary) $7
Breskva (peach, Montenegro) $6
Pecsétes (apricot, Hungary) $6
Kruna Loza (grape, Montenegro) $8
Stara Sokolova (plum, Serbia) $8
Stara Sokolova Medovina (plum & honey, Serbia) $8
Navip Kruska (pear) $10
Navip Kajsija (apricot) $10
Navip Dunja (quince) $10

Medicinal drams perfect after a hearty meal

Amaro Montenegro ( Italy) $5
Becherovka (cinnamon & clove, Czech) $6
Unicum (bitters, Hungary) $7
Pelin (bitter, Croatia) $7
Chartreuse (bitter, France) $9

Rest of the World
Bruichladdich (Scotch, unpeated) $10
Laphroaig 1/4 Cask (Scotch, peaty) $10
Tullamore Dew (whiskey, Ireland) $6
Jim Beam (Bourbon, Kentucky) $6
Alberta Premium (Rye, Canada) $6
Appleton Estate (Rum, Jamaica) $6
Bombay Sapphire (Gin, England) $6
Altos (tequila, Mexico) $6
Tromba (tequila, Mexico) $9

Winter Hours of Operation


As we move into the colder months of the year (boo), we at Drom want to push ourselves to improve and innovate our corner of Queen Street West.

It has been a whirlwind first few months of opening our little community centre and an absolute joy serving friends old and new.

In order to continue building upon this project and add new moving parts, we have decided to change our weekday opening hours for an indefinite period starting Monday November 19th.

Monday to Friday we will be opening at 3pm for drinks and a select menu of snacks, and at 5pm our kitchen will open with the full menu available until midnight.

Saturday and Sunday opening hours will stay the same (12pm-2am kitchen)

As always, we will be serving drinks until 2am with live music every night!

Thank you so much for all your continued support and goodwill.

Latcho Drom!