Welcome to The George Street Diner!
We are open: Wednesday to Sundays 8:00am-2:00pm for take out and kitchen orders , but up to Christmas Eve you can pick up your online orders from 7am -4pm just give us a call 416-862-7676 to arrange a after hour pick up , we are also about on Monday 21st and Tuesday 22nd for order pickup . Just let us know ...
Christmas week we are closed Dec 25th -29th our staff have been working around the clock since March 19th to get trough this crisis and this is our first wee holiday brake :).
We are currently closed: Monday and Tuesday due to covid.
If you need to contact us, email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Farrelly's Famous Irish Soda Bread Mix
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Makes 2 loaves of Farrelly's Famous Irish Soda Bread. This special mix is a traditional Irish staple that uses baking soda as a leavening agent instead of traditional yeast. The advantage is that it does not have to rise like yeast bread, so it can be ready for baking in 5 minutes! Watch Ash work her magic here to see how "easy as sin to make" it really is:
“I came from Ireland to Canada at the age of 19, with 12 dollars in my pocket and a dream of opening my own restaurant. My dream came true, I went from being a waitress and single parent with a 7 year old son, to opening the George Street Diner.
For the first time in 13 years, the day before St Patrick's Day, the diner turned the gas off on the grill, shut off the water and closed the doors. The staff left with bus pans of food and what was left went to the local homeless shelter. A sad day at the diner which is usually "the life of the party". March has always been the catch up month after a dry first quarter, but there will be no catching up this quarter. The diner family, what a beautiful bunch of the brilliant personalities — diner folks are the hardest working in the industry, getting to work at 6am and serving people who just woke up! All of them rely on the minimum wage and gratuities to survive.
A few of the staff have teamed up with me to help do take out( see the menu button above), Uber eats and door dash, and my self doing drop off porch deliveries of our Farrelly’s Famous Irish soda bread mix any thing else you order and now with another lockdown we are working on our Holiday Hampers of lovely delicious Food and products . We are just trying to figure out how to keep the wheels rolling till this crisis ends.
Please everyone stay at home, we need this to calm down so we can make and serve Irish Breakfasts and pancakes again inside the Diner, listen to brilliant diner soundtracks and hear the sound of happy people laughing and eating.”
- George Street Diner Owner, Ash Farrelly