NOTICE: Please note that there will be no regular dinner entree offered on
Saturday December 20th due to a personal matter.
Breakfast and lunch will be served on Saturday as usual, and the Bistro will close at 2pm. Regular service will resume on Sunday.
Sorry for any inconvenience this may cause.
We would like to wish you all a Very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.
The Bare Bistro will be closed Saturday December 27th and Sunday December 28th for the Christmas Holidays. We will
reopen on Saturday January 3rd, 2015 with our regular winter hours.
Thank you to all of our loyal customers during 2013. We look forward to serving you once again in 2015.
Guests enjoying Saturday night dinner on the deck
The Bare Bistro is operated and managed by Liz Savel.
During the Summer months (Victoria Day Weekend through Labour Day Weekend) lunch & dinner will be available 7 days per week, and breakfast will be offered on weekends.
The Bare Bistro will continue to operate during the Fall, Winter & Spring with shortened hours on weekends only.
The Bare Bistro is a licensed establishment under the Liquor License Act and offers beer, wine & frozen specialty drinks for sale.
|REGULAR HOURS OF OPERATION|
|MONDAY - FRIDAY||CLOSED|
|SATURDAY||8:00AM - 6:00PM|
|SUNDAY||8:00AM - 2:00PM|
Hours subject to change
Check back weekly for updates
Bare Bistro accepts cash directly. Credit card, Debit & purchase on account can be processed through the office.
You can contact the Bare Bistro at
The Bare Bistro in the press
Where to eat naked in Toronto
By: Robyn Urback of blogTO
Feb 17, 2011
|In my opinion, life is all about simple pleasures; propping your feet on the dash while riding shotgun
along a country road, tasting that first scoop of gelato in the summer, and taking your pants off before sitting down to a good, homestyle meal.
In case you didn't know ...
Naked lunch - and naked breakfast
By: Ian Brown of the Globe & Mail
Jul 09, 2010
|The shortcoming of eating nude in public, so to speak, is pockets. There are none. It is not possible, after paying for one's breakfast
of bacon and eggs in a nude restaurant, to slip one's credit card back into one's pocket, because one does not have a pocket. The upper cleft of one's ...