About Peter Pan
Food has been served at the corner of Queen and Peter for over a hundred years. Originally called ‘The Savoy,’ the Woo family took it over in 1936 and renamed it The Peter Pan. Mary Jackman and Larry Guest entered the picture in 1976 and have been running it ever since. Sadly, Larry passed away in 2011, but Mary Jackman continues to run this fixture of Queen Street.
The long marble bar is original, as well as the oak flooring, pressed tin ceiling and the stained glass windows. The ever popular booths came along in the 1930’s and the gorgeous summer patio in the 1980’s.
The paintings featured on the east wall are on loan from the Ron Bloor estate. Ron – a member of the Regina Five – was a friend of the Pan and like so many of our diners, frequented ‘The Pan’ many times over the years.
If you haven’t visited before, what are you waiting for? If on the other hand you have, we await your return and can promise that all will be just as you remembered: a great look, great vibe, great meals, and great memories.