You can request a Yorkshire pudding to accompany any meal at this tavern just off Queen Street, which should tip you off to its British leanings, played out further in the decor: a warren of rooms with creaky floors and worn (or well-loved, depending on how you see it) wooden tables and chairs, low ceilings and exposed beams, and convivial chatter throughout. In Ontario's oldest operating inn (it's believed to have opened in 1789) the Olde Angel sets out pub fare such as shepherd's pie, bangers and mash, and steak-and-kidney pie. Entrées change periodically but always include the house specialty, prime rib of beef au jus. Twenty-four domestic and imported (European) brews are on tap. The pub has live music, ranging from Celtic to 1970s covers, on most nights of the week, beginning at 9:30.