|Cuisine Type |||Italian, Steakhouse|
|Meals Served |||Light Meals/Snacks, Lunch, Dinner|
|Amenities |||Full Bar, Parking, Party Space, Wheelchair Accessible, Catering, Counter & Bar Service|
|Payment |||Interac, MasterCard, Visa, Cash|
|Cross Street |||26 Avenue SW|
|Monday – Thursday 11AM – 2AM, Friday & Saturday 11AM – 3AM, Sunday & Holidays 3:30PM – 2AM|
Profile Last Updated: March 03, 2009
Plato Eatery is just a couple blocks away from the busy intersection of 37 Street NW and Bow Trail. Tucked into a small strip mall, it’s a popular stop for local residents and has a loyal following. It can seat up to 110 people and is available for private party bookings. It’s a casual setting where patrons can relax in the lounge area over a cold beverage and watch a game, or test their skills on the pool table alongside the neighbourhood regulars.
Plato Eatery offers standard pub fare, which means it’s quick, hot and delicious. If you ask what’s on the menu, they’ll tell you: “Everything!” They have a great chef, and customers can test his culinary prowess by making a request for special or unique dishes. Plato’s Caesar Salad has earned a reputation as being the best in the city, so stop by and order a big bowl, along with a steaming, cheesy pizza - another one of their specialties.
Don’t let its inconspicuous appearance fool you — people come from all over the city for a relaxed evening in this tiny pub. From students out for chicken wings to the locals lined up along the counter, Plato has that old pub feel that will make you feel right at home. It’s especially busy in the early evening, as people on their way home from work stop by to unwind with a quick drink and some cheese bread. If you’re looking for a small, local, friendly pub for your next evening out, stop by Plato Eatery.