Cabana Bar is exactly how I picture Miami in my head. Lots of white, people hanging out in bikinis and swimming in infinity pools while holding cocktails. Welcome to Cabana Bar, a little piece of the beach life in the city. Cabana Bar just opened this weekend, and yet it already seems like the majority of people I know have been there. (On Saturday the weather was perfect, so I don’t blame them.)
Entry on Saturdays is $10, or $20 if you’d like to swim in their beautiful pool. The vibe is very daytime clubbing. Pulsing dance music and girls dancing on the tables in bikinis. (for real.) Shisha is available, if you enjoy that, and tables have bottle service.
Oliver & Bonacini has created an interesting menu of sandwiches, wraps and appetizers. We tried the grilled angus beef burger, heirloom tomato and watermelon salad, and classic poutine. We found the food to be fine, but nothing outstanding. Our waitress also messed up our order several times, and service was slow. Still, this was their opening weekend, so maybe they need time to adjust.
Cabana has room for a whopping 2,500 (standing) on their 50,000 sq. foot enclosed patio area. They also have 12 elevated and private cabanas. If you love to soak up the sun, people watch and pretend that you live in Miami, then this is the place for you. It’s certainly a nice way to spend a Saturday!
Starting in July, Cabana Pool Bar will be open 7 days a week. The bar is located at 11 Polson Street, Toronto, Ontario .