Monday 29 June 2015

Sunnyside Pavilion Café, Toronto, ON

Gord and I had an early supper at the Sunnyside Pavilion Café.

Sunnyside Bathing Pavilion is a landmark public pavilion in the Sunnyside lakefront area of Toronto. Built in 1922, its original function was to provide changing facilities for swimming in Lake Ontario.  The Pavilion was renovated in 1980 to provide updated changing facilities and a café along the beach and a garden.

It was closed last year for renovations so it's good to see it open again.  It's on the beach and a great spot to people-watch.

We sat on the patio.

We'd been walking for a while so our cold beer tasted goooooood!

Gord ordered the Cali Club Wrap with no tomatoes or jalapenos with a Caesar salad rather than fries.  He said the salad was so-so but the sandwich was really good.

I ordered a pepperoni pizza.  It was just okay.  It seemed like a frozen pizza.  I doubt I'd get it again.

Nick was our server and he took good care of us.

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