This pop-up is throwing it back to the 90s! In celebration of the Toronto Blue Jays making the postseason, our city is getting treated to a big dose of nostalgia at the TheScore Bet Throwback Diner.
The pop-up is now up and running on Queen Street West and it’s a celebration of the 30th anniversary of the Jays’ 1993 championship run.
Fans and locals will get to enjoy an early 90s retro-themed dining experience, complete with retro decor and old-school video games.
But, the best part by far has to be the food menu.
Curated by The Food Dudes, the menu features elevated takes on classic ballpark eats at 90s price points!
Yes, that means you won’t be shelling out $18 for a hot dog like you would in today’s world.
The menu includes items like burgers, corn dogs, and pizza pockets for less than $3 each, combos for less than $6, and sides like fries and tater tots for under $2 each.
Your wallet will be doing a happy dance — or should we say, the electric slide and the macarena.
And as an extra special treat, the first 100 customers each day will get a retro Blue Jays cap with their order.
But, here’s the catch. The diner is only open for three days this week!
The pop-up opens its doors at 938 Queen Street West at 12 PM on Tuesday, October 3rd.
It will remain open until 10 PM or until it is all sold out for the day, on both Wednesday and Thursday too.
Get ready to root for the home team and dig into some cheap eats in a retro setting!
When: October 3rd to 5th, 2023, 12 PM until 10 PM or sold out
Where: 938 Queen Street West