Dangerous Dan's Diner
714 Queen Street East, Toronto, ON, M4M 1H2
The king of all burger joints, Dangerous Dan’s fills your stomach without emptying your wallet.
|Meals Served |||Lunch, Dinner|
|Amenities |||Visible Kitchen, Wheelchair Accessible, Counter & Bar Service, Delivery|
|Payment |||Interac, MasterCard, Visa|
|Neighbourhood |||The Beaches|
|Getting There |||Broadview Subway|
|Cross Street |||Broadview Avenue|
|Closed Mon.; Tues–Thurs: 11AM–10PM Fri–Sat: 11AM–12AM Sun: 12AM–10PM|
Profile Last Updated: June 27, 2008
Open since 1999, Dangerous Dan’s Diner was named after the owner’s grandfather, who got the name Dangerous Dan because of his love for wrestling. With its lively atmosphere and rambunctious staff, Dan’s is not your typical burger joint, and they’ll send you home feeling very full, but with your wallet still intact.
Bigger Burgers at the Double D
Lightweights might want to start by trying one of Dangerous Dan’s eight ounce burgers or maybe a chicken or veggie burger. But for those looking to give their arteries a challenge, there’s the Coronary Burger Special, which comes with two eight ounce patties, four slices of bacon, two slices of cheddar and topped off with a fried egg. Not enough? There’s the Quadruple C, a 24 ounce burger served with a quarter pound of cheese and bacon, and two fried eggs. Also, for the heavyweights, there’s the Bronto Ribs Dinner, which includes two and a half lbs. of back beef ribs or the 24 ounce Bull’s Balls Burger.
More Than Just Burgers Though
Recognizing that man (and woman) doesn’t live by burgers alone, the crew at Dan’s also offers a variety of lunch and dinner staples including steak (the man does, after all, know his beef), chicken wings and hearty sandwiches, fish and chips and souvlaki.
If you manage to find room for dessert, Dangerous Dan’s has a delectable dessert selection. Chocolate lovers will enjoy the Chocolate Brownie Overload, which includes a large brownie with two scoops of chocolate ice cream, whipped cream and chocolate syrup. Other delights include the Apple Crisp Catastrophe and the Cookie Cow Pie. Dangerous Dan’s also serves customers shakes or floats made the homemade way. Flavours include chocolate, vanilla, strawberry, banana, pineapple, pear and coffee.
Take Note: Delivery 12 p.m. – 12 a.m., call for boundaries, uses 100% canola oil