The Rhino

at 1249 Queen St. W., Toronto, M6K 1L5 Canada

Popular Local Parkdale Restaurant and Bar


The Rhino
1249 Queen St. W.
Toronto , ON M6K 1L5
Canada
Contact Phone
P: 416-535-8089
Website
http://www.therhino.ca http://www.twitter.com/therhinobar

Description

Destination for the World’s Finest Beers. Over 300 bottled beers, 16 craft beers on tap & rotating cask. Great lunch, dinner and weekend brunch. Large outdoor patio.

How To Get to The Rhino

STREETCAR: 501 Queen streetcar to Dufferin. BUS: 29 Dufferin bus to Queen. The Rhino is located on the south side of Queen just west of Dufferin.

Opening time

  • Mondays: 11:00- 02:00
  • Tuesdays: 11:00- 02:00
  • Wednesdays: 11:00- 02:00
  • Thursdays: 11:00- 02:00
  • Fridays: 11:00- 02:00
  • Saturdays: 10:30- 02:00
  • Sundays: 10:30- 02:00

Specialities

Price category
$$ (10-30)
Services The Rhino provides
The Rhino specialties

Company Rating

1882 Facebook users were in The Rhino. It's a 102 position in Popularity Rating for companies in Bar category in Toronto, Ontario

379 FB users likes The Rhino, set it to 125 position in Likes Rating for Toronto, Ontario in Bar category

CANADIAN BEER NEWS & CANADIAN CIDER NEWS - present - THE RHINO FALL BEER & CIDER FESTIVAL 2013 Sunday, October 27th, 2013 12:00 noon to 6:00 pm Canadian Beer News and The Rhino – along with new partner, the soon-to-launch Canadian Cider News – are pleased to announce our next co-presentation. The Rhino Fall Beer & Cider Festival 2013 is a follow-up to our previous seasonal craft beer festivals, but with the added twist of having much greater representation from Ontario’s burgeoning craft cider scene. The following breweries & cideries will be on hand to pour their wares on our spacious patio, with an emphasis on seasonal products: BREWERIES Barley Days Beau’s All Natural Black Oak Block Three Flying Monkeys Craft Great Lakes Junction Craft Left Field Muskoka Nickel Brook & more TBA soon CIDERIES County Cider Duxbury Cider Hoity Toity Cellars Pommies Dry Cider Spirit Tree Cidery Sunnybrook Farm Thornbury Cider West Avenue Cider In addition, a variety of Fall themed beers from breweries that can’t be there in person will be available, meaning that dozens and dozens of distinct Ontario beers and ciders will be able available to sample and enjoy. We’re offering two admission options for the Festival: ADVANCE TICKETS – $25 - ORDER HERE - limited to 100 tickets - entry at 12 noon - includes 5 sample tickets, appetizers & souvenir glass GENERAL ADMISSION – no charge - limited to Rhino capacity - entry at 1 PM - does not include any sample tickets, food or glass Additional sample tickets will be sold for $2 each, and food will also be available for purchase starting at 1 PM. Proceeds from the Festival will be donated to Save The Rhino, an international rhino conservation charity. Additional sample tickets will be available for $2 each.

Published on 2013-10-16 15:52:30 GMT

2nd Annual Summer Beer Festival in association with Canadian Beer News Sunday July 14th Following our successful collaboration on February’s Winter Beer Festival, Canadian Beer News and The Rhino are pleased to announce that we’re coming together again to present The Rhino Summer Beer Festival 2013, another celebration of the best craft beer that Ontario has to offer. The event will be held on our patio and indoors. REGULAR TICKETS – $20 ✻ limited to 90 tickets ✻ entry at 12 noon ✻ includes 5 sample tickets & souvenir glass GENERAL ADMISSION – free at the door ✻ limited to Rhino capacity ✻ entry at 1 PM ✻ does not include any sample tickets or a souvenir glass Additional sample tickets will be sold for $2 each, and food will be available for purchase.

Published on 2013-07-01 19:11:03 GMT

As we continue to look into the events of last Saturday night and put measures in place to assure that this sort of situation will not happen again, we would like to provide you with an update regarding the concerns many of you have expressed in regards to a statement made by one of our staff members. Please visit our website for the complete update: http://therhino.ca

Published on 2013-01-29 17:56:30 GMT

Here is a link to a blog post, written by a customer who was at the Rhino last Saturday evening. This customer retells the story of what occurred, stating that “A war was fought with words – spoken, never yelled. And it was beautiful” http://storify.com/LadySnarksalot/the-rhino-and-its-cowboys-and-indians-problem