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Periodically I’ve had business meetings in the area, and a few times have come to celebrate the mid-August weekend “Taste of the Danforth” festival of tasty Greek foods, games, live entertainment, street performers, stands at which vendors are selling many types inexpensive goods and services,...More
Considering how long it took me to get here by subway I was somewhat disappointed with Greektown. I was expecting more authentic Greek bakeries, shops, and restaurants, a feeling of a mini Greece. Not all businesses around here are Greek. My boyfriend and I walked...More
An arch welcomes you when you enter this section of the street and another one thanks you for the visit at the end of the Greek village which is in reality a southern european and middleeastern world. Interesting shops and restaurants and bars. Do not...More
Greektown on the Danforth is no the same anymore .Many Greek restaurants are gone and replaced by other international cuisines.You can still find good Greek food here and the Greek festival in the summer is great place to be and feel like a Greek
Taste of the Danforth in summer 2017. Fun and food .... wow! Souvlaki, Gyros, Lamb chops, chicken, corn on the cob and more. Bands and Ice cream and Toronto Sports teams, Banks and beer. Toronto East General support,
stores open with special sidewalk sales too.
You are going to have to book a flight to the Greek Islands to get anymore authentic. These are Greeks! Proud Greeks! and they should be because they have maintained their traditions and flavours of their home and brought it to us here in Canada....More
Sadly this area is slowly changing from the great Greektown of late night patios to more of a higher end neighbourhood so if you get the change to go, there go now. A lot of the famous Greek restaurants are gone along with some of...More
The East End is an eclectic amalgamation of areas that team up to make this district one of the most multi-faceted and alluring. Home to Toronto's LGBT community hub, Gay Village is alive and pumping day or night with friendly bars, nightclubs, and cafes – its thumb is on the pulse of excitement. For a more relaxed day, the East End has the largest collection of restored Victorian homes, and its stately streets,
tree-lined and bursting at the seams with affluence, often sport farmers markets and street artists, epitomized by the effusive St. Lawrence Market. One of the most gorgeous of Toronto's neighborhoods, it also straddles Lake Ontario in an area called The Beach, where you'll find folks cycling and strolling along the sandy shorelines, getting some sun or enjoying shopping, dining, and pub options. For some fabulous food, the vivacious personalities running the restaurants in the East End's Greektown is only equaled by the fun and authenticity of the street stalls and restaurants at its expansive Indian Bazaar. 'Something for everyone' has never been so accurate.
Please be aware it is difficult to find parking in the area. I live further west of the airport and chose to drive to the most end subway station (Islington) where there is south parking for non-regular users. I than take... More
Please be aware it is difficult to find parking in the area. I live further west of the airport and chose to drive to the most end subway station (Islington) where there is south parking for non-regular users. I than take the subway to the Greek Town.