The Toronto Zoo Is Having A Massive Adults-Only After Hours Party This Summer
Craft beer, wine, and cider-tasting, plus authentic African-inspired foods!
If a perfect summer for you includes warm nights spent outside sipping beer with your friends and taking in a view, then you have to check out the Toronto Zoo's after-hours party this summer.
For one night only, the Toronto Zoo’s African Savanna will be transformed into a beer garden like no other. There will be craft beer tastings, wine and cider plus "authentic African inspired foods" available so you'll really feel like you've been transported to Africa.
This is the ultimate summer night out with your friends who love the zoo or even love spending time outdoors! You really get a break from the city when you're surrounded by the lush plants and incredible animals from Africa at the zoo.
The African Savanna is home to some of the Toronto Zoo's most famous residents like their lions, giraffes, hippos, cheetahs and rhinos. Imagine sipping beer and chowing down on African food while making friends with the lions and zebras!
No shade to kids or parents, but as a childless millennial and aspiring dog-mom—the last thing I want to do with my precious free time is be anywhere near children. After-hours +19 events like this give people like me a chance to have actually have fun at the zoo for once without feeling annoyed by kids.
Don't miss out on this amazing chance to see the Toronto Zoo in a unique way this summer! Plus, the party starts at 4 PM but your ticket will get you in as early as 2 PM so you can have more time to explore the zoo. That gives you more time to check out all the exhibits and spend more time with your favourite zoo animal!
Brew At The Zoo
Price: $25 for members and $35 for non-members
Date: Saturday, August 31, 2019
Address: Toronto Zoo, 2000 Meadowvale Rd, Toronto, ON M1B 5K7
Why you need to go: The Toronto Zoo is transforming into an adults-only beer garden at this massive after-hours party
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