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Storm Crow Manor

Announcement: 

The Manor will reopen for indoor dining on Tuesday, February 1st.

We will maintain 50% capacity in accordance with provincial safety regulations.

Reservations now open!


Due to current Ontario Provincial COVID-19 Regulations, we are currently only open for takeout and delivery.

Takeout & Delivery Hours:
Tuesday - Sunday: 
12 PM - 10 PM

Takeout | UberEats | SkipTheDishes | DoorDashRitual


Roll for a Dungeon Burger, test your luck with our Random Shots, and enjoy one of our signature bubbling beverages in one of eight thrillingly themed rooms at Canada's nerdiest restaurant.

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Storm Crow Shop

Join us at the Storm Crow Shop, purveyors of the best nerdy stuff in the multiverse! We started as a small collection of "nerd bars" in Canada, and now we're bringing our particular brand of high geekiness to you in your own home.

All of our goodies are designed in, and shipped from, Vancouver, BC on Canada’s beautiful west coast.

We hope you love our extremely nerd things as much as we love designing and making them. Which is A LOT.

To shop our exclusive collection of dice, pins, tees, totes, drinkware and more - click here.

FREE SHIPPING within the US and Canada on orders over $75!

International shipping available.

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About the Manor

The story so far...

In 2012 PopCap Games founder Jason Kapalka had the idea of opening a “nerd bar” on Vancouver’s funky Commercial Drive… a sports bar for geeks, stuffed with board games, fantasy memorabilia, and sci-fi-themed drinks and food. 

This became the infamous Storm Crow Tavern, followed several years later by the Storm Crow Alehouse on the west side of Vancouver (both bars recently closed due to the pandemic). 

While these were popular nerd havens on the west coast, an expansion to Toronto had always been planned… and when the abandoned heritage mansion at 580 Church was discovered it was love at first sight, despite the nests of raccoons and other critters.

It took more than a year to renovate the hundred year old building but the results were worth it: three stories of weird and fantastical rooms, from the subterranean dungeon bathrooms to the mad scientist chic of the Mary Shelley bar to the Cyberpunk Lounge to the surreal, hidden Black Lodge.

The pub-style menu is highlighted by the Dungeon Burger, a sandwich you can randomly roll with twenty-sided dice, while the cocktails include incandescent bubbling concoctions like the Pan Galactic Gargle Blaster and Infinity Shots. 

It’s an experiential drinking and dining experience like no other.