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1249 Queen St WEST | Toronto, ON


Located in the heart of Parkdale, The Rhino is a neighbourhood bar and restaurant. 

The Rhino Bar & Grill situated in the heart of Parkdale, first opened its doors back in 1992. The building itself was constructed in 1909 as Elm Grove House and adopted as a Heritage Building Building in the 70’s. The Rhino features casual dining in a large open concept space, with furnishings that are typical for a public house. A faux-rhino head hangs in the bar and the dark stained wooden floors are offset by orange walls.

Two pool tables and 10 new recently installed large flat-screen televisions offer entertainment for sports fans. A large patio along Queen Street West, ensures an outdoor “Beer Fest” atmosphere. But if staying out of the sun is a preference, two skylights encourage a sunlit atmosphere in the upper east dining room. Or sit in the main dining room or bar looking onto Queen street, through large warehouse style windows.



(416) 535-8089 


1249 Queen Street West
Toronto, ON


Mon-Fri Noon - 2AM
Sat-Sun 10:30AM - 2AM

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The white rhinoceros has a wide mouth used for grazing and is the most social of all rhino species. The white rhinoceros consists of two subspecies: the southern white rhinoceros, with an estimated 20,400 wild-living animals in 2013, and the much rarer northern white rhinoceros. The northern subspecies has very few remaining, with only five confirmed individuals left [four females and one male], all in captivity. 


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In this Dec. 31, 2014, file photo, Nola, a 40-year-old northern white rhino who is only one of five remaining of the species, wanders around her enclosure at the San Diego Zoo Safari Park on a cold winter day in Escondido, Calif. Six female southern white rhinos arrived on a chartered MD11 flight from South Africa landed at the San Diego International Airport on Thursday, Nov. 5, 2015. San Diego Zoo Global has one of the most successful rhino breeding programs in the world. To date, a total of 94 southern white rhinos, 68 greater one-horned rhinos and 14 black rhinos have been born at the San Diego Zoo Safari Park. (AP Photo/Lenny Ignelzi, File)