The Jungle Boy bar in Windsor is a hidden gem on Chapel St. With a contemporary, plant-filled interior and relaxed lounges, it’s the perfect place to escape the hustle and bustle of the city. The tiki mugs are perfect for tropical cocktails, and the beer garden is a great place to enjoy a cold drink on a warm day.
Boston Sub is the perfect sister venue to go after Jungle Boy when you`re looking for a hearty, satisfying meal. The subs and poutine are massive, and will definitely fill you up. The pulled pork, beef and roasted vegetables are all delicious, and the coleslaw and pickles add a nice crunch.
Jungle Boy is accessed through the coolroom at Tone of Voice. With dim lighting, hanging plants, snarling animal heads on the walls and cocktails served in tiki mugs, it feels like you’re at a tropical-themed house party. The bartenders are passionate about their drinks and will mix up something special for you if you can’t decide what to order.
Owners Ryan Simpson and Adam Paurini, previously of The Croft Institute and Jacques Reymond respectively, were inspired by the quiet dive bars and speakeasies of New York. At jungle boy, they’re all about good times, great drinks and even better company. Whether you’re looking for a place to catch up with old friends or meet some new ones, we’ve got you covered.
The menu features Canadian hot chips and New York-inspired subs, as well as a tiki bar that serves up refreshing cocktails. Whether you’re looking for a quick bite or an evening out, this venue has something for everyone.