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Fark Party
Host: Yzziefrog
Description: FARK PART'EH June 8 in Toronto. NEW VENUE - plus some guy named Drew will be there
Date/Time: June 8, 2013 - 07:00 PM (local time)
Party Info: 3rd Annual Fark Part'Eh!
Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Baseball Game in the afternoon
Probably poutine for dinner
Beer at night

Location: Madison Avenue Pub
14 Madison Avenue, Toronto ON
TTC: Spadina Station
http://www.madisonavenuepub.com/about

*** There are several floors at Madison's, check the comments later to find out which one. I'll try to have a sign at the entrance as well ***


NEW VENUE SECURED!!!!! Our original pub (The Twisted Kilt) will be closed this week-end because of a fire so we had to relocate.

In attendance: an awesome bunch of Toronto Farkers, and some dude named Drew coming from the States.

*** BASEBALL GAME INFO ***
Texas Rangers @ Toronto Blue Jays
Game starts at 1pm.
We will buy tickets all at once on site (bleachers around $20)
MEETING POINT: 12:30pm by the sunken agora between Gate 5 and the foot of the CN Tower (by Bremner). If you get lost/late: email yzziefrog at ultrafark dot com
 
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2013-05-08 02:46:36 PM
Maybe a Leaf game?

I almost said that with a straight face.

Almost.
 
2013-05-08 02:47:36 PM
too bad your hockey sucks
 
2013-05-08 02:48:56 PM
Is that Klingon?
 
2013-05-08 02:49:23 PM
Toronto poutine blows.
 
2013-05-08 02:57:45 PM

Adman12: Toronto poutine blows.


So do their bagels.

It is known.

/go Sens
 
2013-05-08 03:14:16 PM

Adman12: Toronto poutine blows.


Nope. Your tum-tum can't take chicken jerk poutine & blows it out your bum-bum, featherweight.
 
2013-05-08 03:36:23 PM

Adman12: Toronto poutine blows.


Mel's Mtrl. smoked meat poutine ain't bad if you're drunk. Don't know if that place still exists though.
 
2013-05-08 04:07:37 PM

here to help: Adman12: Toronto poutine blows.

Mel's Mtrl. smoked meat poutine ain't bad if you're drunk. Don't know if that place still exists though.


I had a many a hungover french toast platter there, but I believe they finally retired.
 
2013-05-08 04:14:23 PM
TBD?

The Bastard Derelict?

I've never been there.  Is it good?
 
2013-05-08 04:16:35 PM

God Is My Co-Pirate: I had a many a hungover french toast platter there, but I believe they finally retired.


The kids didn't take over? I figured at least one of their 20 or so adoptive children would keep it going. Oh well, wasn't the greatest grub but damned if it wasn't the comfortiest of comfort food. Probably just got sick of TO. Hard to run a business in that town unless you've got city hall in your pocket.
 
2013-05-08 04:49:00 PM

here to help: Hard to run a business in that town unless you've got city hall in your pocket.


What?  I thought we had the monopoly on corrupt city officials.

/Montreal.
 
2013-05-08 05:37:31 PM
So...the Brass Rail to close the night?
 
2013-05-08 05:52:21 PM
b.vimeocdn.com
 
2013-05-08 05:54:36 PM
With Toronto's constant need for approval of being a "world class city," you would think we would have a signature food dish. Montreal smoked meats, New York cheesecake, Boston cream, Philly cheese steak, even Buffalo chicken wings.
 
I've always thought that a Toronto T-bone has a nice ring to it, but perhaps we should be looking for a ham dish. After all, our nickname is "Hogtown," and of course there is that mayor of ours...
 
2013-05-08 06:23:32 PM
That's my daughter's 21st birthday! Too bad we live in New Brunswick :(
 
2013-05-08 06:29:59 PM

Electrify: With Toronto's constant need for approval of being a "world class city," you would think we would have a signature food dish. Montreal smoked meats, New York cheesecake, Boston cream, Philly cheese steak, even Buffalo chicken wings.
 
I've always thought that a Toronto T-bone has a nice ring to it, but perhaps we should be looking for a ham dish. After all, our nickname is "Hogtown," and of course there is that mayor of ours...


That would be Cora's pizza, or Mama's hotdogs on St. George.
 
2013-05-08 07:10:52 PM
Toronto is far.
 
2013-05-08 07:20:48 PM

Electrify: With Toronto's constant need for approval of being a "world class city," you would think we would have a signature food dish. Montreal smoked meats, New York cheesecake, Boston cream, Philly cheese steak, even Buffalo chicken wings.
 
I've always thought that a Toronto T-bone has a nice ring to it, but perhaps we should be looking for a ham dish. After all, our nickname is "Hogtown," and of course there is that mayor of ours...


Peameal on a bun?  It's what I've always thought of.

I might go.  Depends on the venue.
 
2013-05-08 07:23:24 PM

rbaron71: So...the Brass Rail to close the night?


Or the Zanzibar...
 
2013-05-08 07:25:23 PM

Electrify: With Toronto's constant need for approval of being a "world class city," you would think we would have a signature food dish. Montreal smoked meats, New York cheesecake, Boston cream, Philly cheese steak, even Buffalo chicken wings.
 
I've always thought that a Toronto T-bone has a nice ring to it, but perhaps we should be looking for a ham dish. After all, our nickname is "Hogtown," and of course there is that mayor of ours...


"Rob ribs". Greasy, but entirely devoid of gravy.
 
2013-05-08 07:27:47 PM

Electrify: With Toronto's constant need for approval of being a "world class city," you would think we would have a signature food dish. Montreal smoked meats, New York cheesecake, Boston cream, Philly cheese steak, even Buffalo chicken wings.
 
I've always thought that a Toronto T-bone has a nice ring to it, but perhaps we should be looking for a ham dish. After all, our nickname is "Hogtown," and of course there is that mayor of ours...


Street Meat?

/Toronto food culture is improving thanks to hipsters but my god it's taking forever
//Philly Transplant
 
2013-05-08 07:47:50 PM

JasonOfOrillia: I might go.  Depends on the venue.


There will be beer. What else do you need? Fancy decor? Music from obscure bands?

It's a Fark party, who gives a sh*t about the venue as long as alcohol is served and we have enough space to stand?
 
2013-05-08 07:50:13 PM

Yzziefrog: JasonOfOrillia: I might go.  Depends on the venue.

There will be beer. What else do you need? Fancy decor? Music from obscure bands?

It's a Fark party, who gives a sh*t about the venue as long as alcohol is served and we have enough space to stand?


There will be boobs and booze, what more will you need.

/I owe my hubby a lapdance from last time.
 
2013-05-08 07:56:17 PM

McFifenstein: too bad your hockey sucks


Yeah, and their beer sucks, too!
 
2013-05-08 08:26:42 PM
Put me down as a rock-solid "maybe". It depends on what my employment situation is by then.
 
2013-05-08 08:42:26 PM
But do they have shaved beavers?
 
2013-05-08 09:01:04 PM

Electrify: With Toronto's constant need for approval of being a "world class city," you would think we would have a signature food dish. Montreal smoked meats, New York cheesecake, Boston cream, Philly cheese steak, even Buffalo chicken wings.

I've always thought that a Toronto T-bone has a nice ring to it, but perhaps we should be looking for a ham dish. After all, our nickname is "Hogtown," and of course there is that mayor of ours...


You hit the nail on the head. Toronto's signature dish is the peameal bacon sandwich brought to town by this guy.
 
2013-05-08 09:01:56 PM

Spadababababababa Spadina Bus: Put me down as a rock-solid "maybe". It depends on what my employment situation is by then.


My husband is impressed by your fark handle. He may buy you a beer just for that.
 
2013-05-08 09:04:53 PM

shortymac: Yzziefrog: JasonOfOrillia: I might go.  Depends on the venue.

There will be beer. What else do you need? Fancy decor? Music from obscure bands?

It's a Fark party, who gives a sh*t about the venue as long as alcohol is served and we have enough space to stand?

There will be boobs and booze, what more will you need.

/I owe my hubby a lapdance from last time.


Did i miss something from last party? If that's the case, mine owes me one too.
 
2013-05-08 09:06:07 PM
I'm in for this!!!!   Maybe the Jays will have won a dozen games by then...

Leafs?   BIG maybe...

/as a life-long Torontonian I abhor the whole "we're a world class city" bullshiat.
 
2013-05-08 09:50:37 PM

cnocnanrionnag: I'm in for this!!!!   Maybe the Jays will have won a dozen games by then...

Leafs?   BIG maybe...

/as a life-long Torontonian I abhor the whole "we're a world class city" bullshiat.


Oh good, so it's not just me then.

/put me under 'maybe'
 
2013-05-08 10:36:22 PM
If I'm not working, then I'll be there.
 
2013-05-08 11:35:30 PM
We'll be there :D

Looking forward to it :)

Thanks for putting it together Yzziefrog + Pope
 
2013-05-09 12:11:05 AM
Are you sure about this?  Last time we had one, there was that shooting at Eaton Center...
 
2013-05-09 12:23:26 AM
Every time I go to Toronto, some guy picks me up at the bus station, takes me to a Leafs game, gets me pissed, and then tries to blow me. Why can't people like me for me?
 
2013-05-09 01:17:20 AM

God Is My Co-Pirate: Adman12: Toronto poutine blows.

So do their bagels.

It is known.

/go Sens


There are actually places that make a reasonable facsimile of a Montreal bagel. The smoked meat, however, is an abomination.

/ex Montrealer
/a pox on your Sens
 
2013-05-09 07:33:49 AM

Adman12: Toronto poutine blows.


I was standing in line for a chip truck somewhere between Peterborough and Port Hope, about to order a poutine.  I was quickly disabused of that notion when I saw somebody else's order come out - instead of curds, it had shredded mozzarella on it.  Shredded mozzarella!  WTF?

In any case, have fun - I'll be closer to Toronto than usual that weekend (Orillia instead of Ottawa), but not close enough.
 
2013-05-09 08:08:13 AM

Pope Larry II: shortymac: Yzziefrog: JasonOfOrillia: I might go.  Depends on the venue.

There will be beer. What else do you need? Fancy decor? Music from obscure bands?

It's a Fark party, who gives a sh*t about the venue as long as alcohol is served and we have enough space to stand?

There will be boobs and booze, what more will you need.

/I owe my hubby a lapdance from last time.

Did i miss something from last party? If that's the case, mine owes me one too.


You didn't come to the strip club afterwards last year?
 
2013-05-09 08:10:25 AM

This Amp Goes To 11: Electrify: With Toronto's constant need for approval of being a "world class city," you would think we would have a signature food dish. Montreal smoked meats, New York cheesecake, Boston cream, Philly cheese steak, even Buffalo chicken wings.

I've always thought that a Toronto T-bone has a nice ring to it, but perhaps we should be looking for a ham dish. After all, our nickname is "Hogtown," and of course there is that mayor of ours...

You hit the nail on the head. Toronto's signature dish is the peameal bacon sandwich brought to town by this guy.


From the wiki:  "William Davies died in 1921, after injuries sustained by being butted by a goat."
 
2013-05-09 08:12:46 AM

Honest Geologist: Adman12: Toronto poutine blows.

I was standing in line for a chip truck somewhere between Peterborough and Port Hope, about to order a poutine.  I was quickly disabused of that notion when I saw somebody else's order come out - instead of curds, it had shredded mozzarella on it.  Shredded mozzarella!  WTF?

In any case, have fun - I'll be closer to Toronto than usual that weekend (Orillia instead of Ottawa), but not close enough.


Drive to Barrie.
Take go bus to Toronto
Sober up on a park bench
Return to Barrie
 
2013-05-09 08:52:38 AM

Yzziefrog: rbaron71: So...the Brass Rail to close the night?

Or the Zanzibar...


Wait. WUT??Those places are still there?!?!?!
/not been back in 10 years
//maybe it's time ...
 
2013-05-09 08:53:57 AM

shortymac: Honest Geologist: Adman12: Toronto poutine blows.
...

Drive to Barrie.
Take go bus to Toronto
Sober up on a park bench
Return to Barrie


Within about an hour of arriving in Orillia, I will probably be incapable of driving to Barrie.  Cottage weekend and all... But we'll see how it goes.
 
2013-05-09 08:57:56 AM
/grudgingly bookmarked

:)
 
2013-05-09 02:28:01 PM

Pope Larry II: shortymac:

/I owe my hubby a lapdance from last time.

Did i miss something from last party? If that's the case, mine owes me one too.


I owe you nothing. Now go back to the kitchen and make me a sammich.

Ranger677: Are you sure about this?  Last time we had one, there was that shooting at Eaton Center...


We'll stay well away from known concentrations of dangerous wrongdoers, so at least a couple of kilometres from City Hall and Etobicoke.

poot42: Yzziefrog: rbaron71: So...the Brass Rail to close the night?

Or the Zanzibar...

Wait. WUT??Those places are still there?!?!?!


Of course they are! Just because random people get shot outside the Zanzibar doesn't mean they'll close the place...
 
2013-05-09 04:40:42 PM

Yzziefrog: Pope Larry II: shortymac:

/I owe my hubby a lapdance from last time.

Did i miss something from last party? If that's the case, mine owes me one too.

I owe you nothing. Now go back to the kitchen and make me a sammich.

Ranger677: Are you sure about this?  Last time we had one, there was that shooting at Eaton Center...

We'll stay well away from known concentrations of dangerous wrongdoers, so at least a couple of kilometres from City Hall and Etobicoke.

poot42: Yzziefrog: rbaron71: So...the Brass Rail to close the night?

Or the Zanzibar...

Wait. WUT??Those places are still there?!?!?!

Of course they are! Just because random people get shot outside the Zanzibar doesn't mean they'll close the place...


Oh my god, the Brass Rail flashing neon girlie was like the beacon to point you the right way back to the dorms while staggering drunkenly up Yonge.  I miss the Uptown theatre.  I saw the Matrix there on opening night and the crowd was really fun.
 
2013-05-09 09:04:57 PM

shortymac: Yzziefrog: JasonOfOrillia: I might go.  Depends on the venue.

There will be beer. What else do you need? Fancy decor? Music from obscure bands?

It's a Fark party, who gives a sh*t about the venue as long as alcohol is served and we have enough space to stand?

There will be boobs and booze, what more will you need.

/I owe my hubby a lapdance from last time.


Oh, so this party will be slutty?
 
2013-05-10 02:20:45 AM
Yzziefrog:

Ranger677: Are you sure about this?  Last time we had one, there was that shooting at Eaton Center...

We'll stay well away from known concentrations of dangerous wrongdoers, so at least a couple of kilometres from City Hall and Etobicoke.


Ummm.  I think that a Fark Party is the DEFINITION of "concentrations of dangerous wrongdoers", but I could be wrong
 
2013-05-10 04:02:23 PM

unfarkingbelievable:
Oh, so this party will be slutty?

Ranger677: Yzziefrog:
Ummm.  I think that a Fark Party is the DEFINITION of "concentrations of dangerous wrongdoers", but I could be wrong


Well, DUH.
 
2013-05-11 07:17:26 PM

shortymac: Pope Larry II: shortymac: Yzziefrog: JasonOfOrillia: I might go.  Depends on the venue.

There will be beer. What else do you need? Fancy decor? Music from obscure bands?

It's a Fark party, who gives a sh*t about the venue as long as alcohol is served and we have enough space to stand?

There will be boobs and booze, what more will you need.

/I owe my hubby a lapdance from last time.

Did i miss something from last party? If that's the case, mine owes me one too.

You didn't come to the strip club afterwards last year?


I was there, I remember that more women got lapdances than the men....
 
2013-05-12 09:54:32 PM

Pope Larry II: I was there, I remember that more women got lapdances than the men....


That's how we roll.

poot42: Wait. WUT??Those places are still there?!?!?!
/not been back in 10 years
//maybe it's time ...


The Imperial Pub is around the corner from there. Cheap beer, decent food, rooftop patio, pool tables, comfy couches.

shortymac: /I owe my hubby a lapdance from last time.


You owe him two. One couple dance, one solo.
*looks at shortymac's hubby*  You're welcome.
 
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