Safari Bar & Grill has been a long standing neighbourhood hangout in the North Toronto area since 1995. They have a large patio I’m hoping we’ll be able to sit on weather permitting. They also have a lot of billiard tables in a large billiard room, so we may be able to get a game of pool in after the brunch. There are some interesting things on their menu. On the brunch menu, they have Pfannkuchen Bavarian Style Pancakes, (similar To Crêpes) Wrapped Around Your Choice Of: Italian Sausage And Sautéed Onions Or bacon And Cheddar Cheese Or Fresh Ontario Apples And Cinnamon Served With True Canadian Maple Syrup And Fresh Fruit. This is something I might have to try. They also have a variety of burgers and sandwiches “from the fire”, as well as Hand Rolled Pizza Or Pizzadilla “On The Stone”. For some great comfort food, they actually have Irish nachos made from homemade kettle chips instead of your typical tortilla chips. This will be a great place for some comfort food and maybe a drink and a game of pool.
The address of the restaurant is:
Safari Bar & Grill
1749 Avenue Road
Toronto, ON M5M 3Y8
Subway to Eglinton Station. Then take bus 61A Avenue Road north to the restaurant. The bus runs every 20 minutes. From Eglinton Station, the 61A bus is at 10:45 AM, 11:05 AM, and 11:25 AM.
There is a $2 per person Meetup fee for this event.
If you RSVP “yes” and change your mind about attending, please update your RSVP.
Those who RSVP “yes” are expected to show up.
You are expected to be at the event on time. In situations where you are late and the restaurant is full, your seat will be given away and not held, so please be on-time.
Attendance will be taken at all events and “no shows” will be tracked.
A person may be removed from the group for repeatedly being a “no show”.
A person who changes their RSVP to “no” with less than 3 hours before the start of an event without a good reason will be considered a “no show”.
A person who just briefly shows up at the event but does not stay at the restaurant for the meal will still be considered a “no show”.