Wasn't impressed with how manager dealt with the problem. Service is nice and friendly, but the bar gets a little overwhelmed at times so you may need to be patient with them. As obviously, I don't like hair on my food. I was impressed with his patience and overall ability to keep us satisfied. The game selection was decent and patrons would do well here playing cooperative group games.
Even if you are sitting at the bar, there are screens there for you!! Overall, interesting idea that suffers from quality of customer service and food turnaround times. The best bars in Toronto Toronto is home to a bounty of bars: neighbourhood nooks for cozy quiet nights and destinations for booze-fuelled adult recreation. Instead of being rude about it? I heard about Power Up Game Bar from a friend and since my birthday was coming up, I decided to get a group of friends and book a table for a Saturday night. We ordered most of what was on the menu. These dance clubs prove there are a lot of different ways to stay awake. Dance anywhere and dance all the way until 5am. The beginning of some great customer service.
I never got the opportunity to express the taste of vomit in my mouth. We will have a regular rotation of seasonal and limited edition products so make us a regular pit stop and see the latest products. Couldn't even get waitress' attention to order to begin with. It remains a local watering hole through and through, attracting a mix of locals of all ages and backgrounds for cheap drinks and a good selection of craft beer on tap. The narrow space gets crowded and sweaty, the music picks up and the drinks pour faster with each passing minute. Great place to kill an hour or so if you really need to, would recommend.
I guess he is too arrogant to even admit to his own mistakes and I hate it. Lawrence Market area for years. Supper clubs are exactly what the name suggests, an upscale restaurant that later turns into a. Spice Route This hip Asian fusion hotspot is a favourite of 40+ Torontonians and out-of-towners alike and pulses with energy and Southeast Asian flair. If you do want food, the menu that is served in the dining room downstairs is offered upstairs.
And in 2014, Toronto's West Queen West neighbourhood gained international attention when. Upstairs is where the fun and action are - usually. Also, maybe more workers because the bar area and tables are disconnected from one another. My friend loved the pepperoni sticks and they tasted really fresh. Three- egg omelette was definitely 2 small eggs, very tiny 6.
They were tender but the glaze was super flavorful and cut through the fattiness that can come with a confit item. The wait for games also deters from the experience something that wasn't a problem the last time around. The wings were honestly the best wing I have ever had. I get that it would be expensive, but it would be great to have options for people coming in. Before going in a third time we decided to just call instead to find out if they had Rock Band we had forgot to ask previously and if they had any availability now.
But when we were done with that and wanted to play a different game, it took ten minutes for him to provide us with the disc. Server was nice, but I won't be coming back. Yes, drinks on a Monday after work. I did have some of their mains and specials in the past but as a lot of you indicated, not the best overall. Our server made sure we had all the games we wanted to play. Do have reservations if you want to play pool or hangout over the holidays.
Our office had celebrated our christmas dinners here a few times. On the trendy Ossington strip, The Piston straddles the line between bar and nightclub and does it well. We ordered the confit wings and the gamers platter. Want to know where to dance in Toronto without brushing up against millennials snapchatting and flossing on the dance floor? So when he opened Uniun in the downtown Entertainment District in 2013, Toronto's party-loving set knew it was going to be a hit. A place to play console games and have drinks? We have plenty of billiards tables and a ping pong table, along with a full service kitchen and bar. Not willing to take the plunge? Bust a move at these nightclubs with your fellow 30+ partiers.
Fly tends to attract a great mix of people, gay or straight. After 2 decades of occasionally wandering in. We called to make a reservation in advance. Sure, you could order a cheap Beaujolais—in a cracked, rocks glass—at the local dive bar, or a heavily-gouged Rioja for a small down payment at the average Yorkville bistro. The ribs were just ok served with cold fries, the fish was cold, when it came back from kitchen it was still cold and dry.
Definitely a great night out with a group!! My friend and I called both numbers listed on the website to no avail. I advised we did attempt to call but no one answered and she said they were slammed with parties. I didn't order anything to eat but they did have interesting snack selections such as truffle popcorn. If you have to ask why, you haven't had enough cocktails. It doesn't start to fill up until 12 or 1 due to the fact that it is open until 4am - but only on Saturday night. We may be hustling in another era of smaller and friendlier nightclubs, but there always is a place where people go to get their dance on.