September 28

 CABBAGETOWN NEIGHBOURHOOD 

REVIEW




A PERSONAL VIEW


Dundas and Sherbourne

The violent activity on Sherbourne just north of Dundas on September 16 has sparked renewed concerns about the area.  This week at mid-day, I bicycled past the corner and took a couple of photos.  It’s just the same as it was last year and two years ago - people collapsed on doorsteps, large groups gathered on the sidewalk and garbage strewn everywhere. It appears that the various agencies working in the area, especially those in All Saints Church, continue with their habit of helping people inside their doors but ignoring the impact of the people outside.


LOCAL NEWS


The condo proposal for 505 - 509 Parliament

As the proposal for this project wends in way through the City’s planning department, there is an effort underway to designate the site under the Ontario Heritage Act.  City Council must state its intention to designate the site.  This must happen at Council’s meeting on October 11 to 13 so that deadlines can be met before October 31.  In March 2023, the owner submitted an application to build a ten-storey condo here - and the City of Toronto listed the site on its Heritage Register. (Photo: City of Toronto Archives, circa 1937).


Tents in Allan Gardens

Councillor Chris Moise has maintained his Dashboard showing the statistics about the tents in Allan Gardens.  His info from September 22 shows that there are 38 people staying in the park (down from the peak of 89 in mid-June).  24 people have housing plans, 9 have been in touch with City staff but have no plans and 5 do not want to move.  There are also 38 structures - 12 have been removed.


Parking fines

The fine for parking without paying in private and municipal lots is about to increase dramatically.  Currently, people who get a ticket in these off-street locations pay $30 - in the Distillery District, the fee in a parking lot will cost a maximum of $35.  The ticket is a bargain hunter’s dream.  And, of course, there’s always the chance that a ticket won’t be issued at all.  The fine in Green P lots was increased last December to $75.  That’s the recommended amount for the new fines which will even everything across the city.  


Meet Councillor Chris Moise

Councillor Moise is hosting community open house meetings in neighbourhoods across his Ward.  It’s a chance to meet him, discuss the issues in your specific neighbourhood and learn about his priorities.  The schedule is as follows:  St James Town, Cabbagetown, Winchester Park - 6 pm, Wednesday October 4, Wellesley Community Centre (495 Sherbourne).  Corktown, West Donlands, Distillery - 6 pm, Thursday October 5, Cooper Koo YMCA (461 Cherry).  The photo shows the crowd at his first meeting for Cabbagetown South, the Garden District and Moss Park - lots of community interest in his report.  (Photo:  Cabbagetown South Association). 


Distemper in raccoons

For some time, a distemper epidemic has been spreading through the city’s raccoon population.  It’s a dangerous disease that kills its victims and can be spread to other animals, dogs in particular.  Darcey Maher wrote an article on Victoria Hadden’s Facebook page, “6 am this past Sunday morning I came across a very sick baby raccoon at the north/east corner of Winchester and Parliament. It was on the road and showed all the signs of distemper (confusion, lack of fear, circling behaviour, head tilt, muscle twitches, convulsions with jaw chewing movements and salivation). It ultimately collapsed…” Darcey called 311 and Animal Services arrived very quickly.  When she followed up, she was told that the disease is so widespread in Toronto, the sick animals are euthanized immediately and tests are not taken. (Photo: Barry Gray, Hamilton Spectator)


Proposed Heritage Conservation District

The City of Toronto is hosting an open house to present ideas for the Cabbagetown Southwest HCD.  The draft plan will be shown on display boards and staff members will be there to discuss the proposals.  The views and discussion will “inform the preparation of the draft of the Plan for a Council decision in early 2024.”  6 to 8 pm, Thursday September 21, Central Neighbourhood House (349 Ontario).  


Get ready for Thanksgiving

St Jamestown Steak & Chops (516 Parliament) is preparing now for your Thanksgiving dinner.  Mark suggests turkey, ham and prime rib - order them now and he’ll have them ready when you want them.


Cacti and succulents

Friends of Allan Gardens hosted a sale by local, small-production growers in the Children’s Conservatory (160 Gerrard) last weekend.  A good crowd came out and vendors said that sales were brisk.  Next up - two pumpkin carving days on October 28 and 29. The Friends have a very busy schedule - keep in touch with them online.

 

Your opinion counts

The Cabbagetown BIA is conducting a three-minute survey about this year’s Cabbagetown Festival.  Straightforward questions ask for your reactions.  There’s also a chance to win a $100 gift card.  The survey is online here.


IN THE MEDIA


Ruth Miller’s story

Ruth has written a personal story in the Globe & Mail about her reasons for cleaning the house before she goes out the door. (Illustration: Chelsea O’Byrne, Globe & Mail)


FOR YOUR BODY


Brenda’s step classes

Brenda’s step classes are back on her normal schedule.  Every Wednesday morning at 9:15 am at the Cabbagetown Youth Centre (2 Lancaster) through to the end of October. The fee is $5/class.


Essentrics

Gina Dineen is also back next Monday October 2.  Her Essentrics classes regularly happen every Monday morning at 9:30 am at the Cabbagetown Youth Centre (2 Lancaster). Please bring a yoga mat and blocks, a theraband and pillow for comfort on the floor.  $5/class.  


Parliament Street Fitness

PSF (488 Parliament) offers both personal fitness opportunities and weekly organized classes. Weekly updates are posted here every Monday - this schedule covers the week of October 1.  Please note that the gym is closed for the Thanksgiving weekend and for Thanksgiving Monday.  Click on the image to enlarge it.

COMING EVENTS


National Day for Truth & Reconciliation

The Children’s Book Bank at both Regent Park (585 Dundas E, Ste 260) and St James Town (561 Sherbourne, P3).  10:30 am, Saturday September 30.  Pick up books for children and teens and get a handout reading list about the history and ongoing impact of residential schools. 

 

Storytelling in Allan Gardens

The Children’s Book Bank holds regular storytelling days in the park.  The next one happens on Saturday September 30 at 11 am.  Free books for every child. Meet in the playground on the west side of the park. (Jarvis and Carlton).


Illuminarium at the Distillery

Take a journey to the moon and beyond.  Kick up moon dust, see Saturn’s rings. Weave through the asteroid belt.  The show continues to Tuesday October 31.  Adults $35, children and seniors, $30.  28 Gristmill Lane, Distillery. For more info and tickets, click here.


Dried floral arrangements workshop

Green & Bloom are hosting this workshop during the Cabbagetown Farmers’ Market.  Tuesday October 3, 2:30 to 4 pm,  Simpson House (Riverdale Park West).  You’ll learn how to make a sustainable dried floral arrangement and you’ll enjoy a hot mocha from ChocoSol Traders.  All your supplies are provided.  $65. Get your ticket online.

 

Cabbagetown Farmers’ Market  

Open from 3 to 7 pm every Tuesday in Riverdale Park West (Sumach and Winchester). On Tuesday October 3, Tasso will be back with their exquisite pastries. There’s more info on Facebook.


The Underpass Park Farmers Market 

Corktown’s Farmers’ Market (29 Lower River) is open every Thursday from 4:30 to 7:30 pm. Check out the Facebook page for the list of this week’s vendors.


Cultural bazaar

Live music, raffles, henna, multicultural food, artisanal products, homemade clothing and lots more.  Every Friday afternoon to October 13, 4 to 9 pm.  660 Dundas E.


THEATRE NEWS


Alumnae Theatre

If We Were Birds - on stage now to October 7.  If We Were Birds breathes new life into the age-old narrative of "Tereus, Procne, and Philomela.” Tickets and info online here. 70 Berkeley


Canadian Stage

Topdog/Underdog - on stage now to October 15.  Genelle Levy has done a review for CBC News and says that it’s “another masterclass in race and intimate relationships.” Tickets and more info here. 26 Berkeley. 


Native Earth

They Know Not What They Do - an audio play with free streaming online from September 30.  


Soulpepper

Wildwoman - on stage from Thursday October 5 to Sunday October 29. Based on the shocking true story that inspired Beauty and the Beast, Wildwoman examines the lives of three very different women as they wrestle for survival and legacy in the 16th Century French Court of King Henry II. For tickets and more info, click here. 50 Tank House Lane.


RESTAURANT NEWS 


Book your event


F’Amelia  (12 Amelia) welcomes parties - they’ve hosted hundreds over the years and they love to do them.  Email Tanya for more info.


Mill Street Brewpub  - enjoy the Distillery’s Winter Village with your own party at Mill Street (21 Tank House Lane).  Send an email to Marley.


OktoBIRD at The Aviary

It’s a mini craft beer fest with German pop music, German food and three local craft beers from Longslice, Paniza and Black Lab.  2 to 8 pm, Sunday October 1.  Advance tickets $10, door $15. 484 Front E.


Oktoberfest Party

The Golden Pigeon (424 Parliament) is having an Oktoberfest Party on Saturday September 30 from 6 pm to 2 am.  German specialty foods, beers from Left Field and Godspeed, live music and lots of prizes.


Oktoberfest at Mill Street

The Brew Pub (21 Tank House Lane) is hosting an Oktoberfest Party at 6 pm on Friday September 29. There’ll be live music, a special menu and Oktoberfest Lagers. 


Cyril’s soup

For Thanksgiving, Cyril’s making a curry, an Indian vegetable stew.  It has lots of herbs and spices sautéed in coconut oil.  Then onions, potatoes, sweet potatoes, chickpeas, zucchini, peas, cauliflower, and spinach, along with his magic sauce (tomatoes, coconut milk, tamarind paste, ginger, garlic, a few cashews, and more and more spices).  His juice is beet, apple and ginger.  Soup - $3.50 per cup for 3 to 9 cups and $3 a cup for ten or more.  Juice - $9.50 for two cups.  Deliveries on Saturday October 7.  Please email him to place your order. 


WEEKLY CALENDAR - CLUBS & PUBS


THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 28 TO SUNDAY OCTOBER 8

For contact info about these clubs and restaurants, see the list at the bottom of this page.  


THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 28


No announcements available


FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 29


Mill Street Brewpub

6 pm, Oktoberfest Party


Distlllery buskers

Summer Busker series, 4 to 8 pm.


Alice’s Place

9 pm, Karaoke 


Naija Jolloff Lounge

6pm, Karaoke


Super Bargain

10 pm, DJ Shamz


Wing House

9 pm, Karaoke


SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 30


Golden Pigeon

6 pm, Oktoberfest Party


Distillery Jazz in Trinity Square

11 am, Chik’n & Waffles


Distlllery buskers

Summer Busker series, noon to 8 pm.


Naija Jolloff Lounge

6pm, Live music


SUNDAY OCTOBER 1


The Aviary

Noon, Market Brews includes brunch and shopping local vendors at the community market


Distillery Jazz in Trinity Square

11 am, Kevin Ray Clark All-Stars


Distlllery buskers

Summer Busker series, noon to 8 pm.


Super Bargain

3 pm to 2 am, Sunday Funday


MONDAY OCTOBER 2


Stout Irish Pub

7 pm, Headscratchers Trivia


Super Bargain

7:30 pm, Trivia


TUESDAY OCTOBER 3


Golden Pigeon

4 pm, $2 oysters

7 pm, live jazz


Stout Irish Pub

7 pm, Headscratchers Trivia


The Aviary

8 pm, Bird Brain Trivia every Tuesday 


WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 4


The Vibrational Apothecary

7:30 pm, traditional West African drumming classes with Amadou Kienou


Stout Irish Pub

7 pm, euchre night


The Aviary

7 pm, Euchre Specials every Wednesday with monthly winners. 


THURSDAY OCTOBER 5


No announcements available


FRIDAY OCTOBER 6


Distlllery buskers

Summer Busker series, 4 to 8 pm.


Alice’s Place

9 pm, Karaoke 


Naija Jolloff Lounge

6pm, Karaoke


Super Bargain

10 pm, DJ Shamz


Wing House

9 pm, Karaoke


SATURDAY OCTOBER 7


Distillery Jazz in Trinity Square

1 pm, Canefire


Distlllery buskers

Summer Busker series, noon to 8 pm.


Naija Jolloff Lounge

6pm, Live music


SUNDAY OCTOBER 8


Distillery Jazz in Trinity Square

1 pm, Alex Pangman & the Alley Cats


Distlllery buskers

Summer Busker series, noon to 8 pm.


Super Bargain

3 pm to 2 am, Sunday Funday


CONTACT INFO


Alice’s Place - 554 Parliament

Aviary - 484 Front East

The Vibrational Apothecary - 243 Gerrard E

Cranberries - 601 Parliament

Distillery - Mill Street and Parliament

Dominion - 500 Queen E - closed permanently

El Catrin - 18 Tank House Lane, Distillery

Golden Pigeon - 424 Parliament 

House on Parliament - 454 Parliament

Keating Channel - 2 Villiers St

La Gloria Mexican Coffee - 453 Parliament

Mill Street Brew Pub - 21 Tank House Lane

NJ Lounge - 507 Parliament

Stout Irish Pub - 221 Carlton

Super Bargain - 441 Parliament

Wing House - 420 Parliament

September 21

 CABBAGETOWN NEIGHBOURHOOD 

REVIEW




LOCAL NEWS


Another Festival

The annual Ganesh Chathurthi Festival has been celebrated from Saturday September 9 to Thursday September 21.  Neighbours in the Gerrard and Spruce Street area have enjoyed the processions along their streets.  It’s organized by the Toronto Sri Maha Ganapathy Temple (468 Gerrard E) and it commemorates the birth of the Hindu deity Ganesha.  Clay idols of Ganesha are placed in homes and on public stages.  Observances include chanting Vedic hymns and Hindu text, distributing sweets, and public processions. According to Wikipedia, Ganesha is the God of New Beginnings and the Remover of Obstacles as well as the god of wisdom and intelligence.   (Photo:  Hindustan Times). 


Tour of Homes

Congrats to Daniel Bloch and his team for their success with the 2023 Tour. The tickets were sold out.  There were eight homes on the list and they  presented something for everyone - from modern to restored to contemporary.  The committee wanted to attract new people interested in heritage and the Cabbagetown neighbourhood and they believe that this was achieved.  

Ninety volunteers enjoyed the after-party at Stout Irish Pub.  Thanks go as well to Weenen General Contracting and Harvey Kalles Real Estate for their support.  (Photos:  Tour of Homes and Eric Morse)


Graffiti at Stanley’s

A few days ago, Stanley’s Variety at Ontario and Gerrard received a refreshing coat of paint to cover the extensive graffiti on its wall, thanks to Stafford Homes.  Unfortunately, that lasted less than two weeks and then it was tagged again.  Rick Matthews writes, “I want to thank Riley, the painter who did the work the first time around. He came out and painted over the tags free of charge today. Riley is a film set painter who’s out of work because of the strike, but he still did this for free.” 


Proposed Heritage Conservation District

The City of Toronto is hosting an open house to present ideas for the Cabbagetown Southwest HCD.  The draft plan will be shown on display boards and staff members will be there to discuss the proposals.  The views and discussion will “inform the preparation of the draft of the Plan for a Council decision in early 2024.”  6 to 8 pm, Thursday September 21, Central Neighbourhood House (349 Ontario).  


Meet Councillor Chris Moise

Councillor Moise is hosting community open house meetings in neighbourhoods across his Ward.  It’s a chance to meet him, discuss the issues in your specific neighbourhood and learn about his priorities.  The schedule is as follows:  Regent Park - 6 pm, Thursday September 28, Regent Park Community Centre (402 Shuter).  St James Town, Cabbagetown, Winchester Park - 6 pm, Wednesday October 4, Wellesley Community Centre (495 Sherbourne).  Corktown, West Donlands, Distillery - 6 pm, Thursday October 5, Cooper Koo YMCA (461 Cherry).  The photo shows the crowd at his first meeting for Cabbagetown South, the Garden District and Moss Park - lots of community interest in his report.  (Photo:  Cabbagetown South Association). 


Get ready for Thanksgiving

St Jamestown Steak & Chops (516 Parliament) is preparing now for your Thanksgiving dinner.  Mark suggests turkey, ham and prime rib - order them now and he’ll have them ready when you want them.


Spotted on Sackville

John saw this little guy on Sackville last week.  There have, in fact, been several reports of rabbit appearances over the summer.  Perhaps we’re in an “eruption”. (Photo: John McLeod)

 

IN THE MEDIA


A new political party

Members of the Conservative Party who feel left out because of the policies of Pierre Poilievre have started to organize an alternative party.  Cabbagetown’s Peter Kent, a former Cabinet minister in the Harper government, is one of the activists.  Stephanie Levitz from the Toronto Star’s Ottawa bureau has written about these early organizational steps.


Shooting at Sherbourne and Dundas

Four people were shot and hospitalized in a shooting incident on Sherbourne at Dundas at approximately 2:45 am on Saturday September 16.  The Toronto Star wrote about the incident on Monday September 18.  At that time, there was no public information available about the suspects. (Photo:  Spencer Colby/THE CANADIAN PRESS)


FOR YOUR BODY


Blair’s Run

The results and awards from the 2023 Blair’s Run are being tabulated.  Several teams deserve special mentions.  The Alley Cats (from Sackville Place, Woodstock Place and Millington) won the Fastest Team Trophy.  The Wellesley Wanderers collected over $7,000.  The fastest runner was Hashim Khan from the Cabbagetown Boxing Club.  


Brenda’s step classes - rescheduled

Brenda’s normal schedule has changed - for next week only, her class will be held on Thursday September 28 at 9:15 am.  Her weekly step classes at the Cabbagetown Youth Centre (2 Lancaster) are normally scheduled for every Wednesday morning at 9:15 am through to the end of October. The fee is $5/class.


Essentrics - rescheduled

Gina Dineen has cancelled her class for next Monday September 25.  Her regular schedule resumes on Monday October 2.  Her Essentrics classes usually happen every Monday morning at 9:30 am at the Cabbagetown Youth Centre (2 Lancaster). Please bring a yoga mat and blocks, a theraband and pillow for comfort on the floor.  $5/class.  


Parliament Street Fitness

PSF (488 Parliament) offers both personal fitness opportunities and weekly organized classes. Click on the image to enlarge it. Weekly updates are posted here every Monday.


COMING EVENTS


Book donation day

The Children’s Book Bank is holding a donation day from 11 am to 2:30 pm on Saturday September 23.  Drop off your gently used books at the Warehouse (next to 334 Bleecker St).  Board books for babies are a priority.  


St James Town tour

Saturday September 23, 3 pm.  Discover the history of one of the largest high-rise communities in Canada. The walking tour starts at Rekai Family Parkette, 625 Bloor E.


Waterfront Toronto’s viewing platform

Check out the work transforming the Port Lands.  Normally, the platform isn’t open to the public but it will be from 3:30 to 7 pm on Wednesday September 27.  Along with this opportunity, you’ll see photographs by Vid Ingelevics and Ryan Walker of the progression of the construction work.  Free - no advance registration required.  222 Cherry Street.


Illuminarium at the Distillery

Take a journey to the moon and beyond.  Kick up moon dust, see Saturn’s rings. Weave through the asteroid belt.  The show continues to Tuesday October 31.  Adults $35, children and seniors, $30.  28 Gristmill Lane, Distillery. For more info and tickets, click here.


Cacti and succulents

Friends of Allan Gardens are hosting a sale by local, small-production growers.  Come to the Children’s Conservatory (160 Gerrard) on the west side of the park.  11 am to 4 pm, Sunday September 24.


Dried floral arrangements workshop

Green & Bloom are hosting this workshop during the Cabbagetown Farmers’ Market.  Tuesday October 3, 2:30 to 4 pm,  Simpson House (Riverdale Park West).  You’ll learn how to make a sustainable dried floral arrangement and you’ll enjoy a hot mocha from ChocoSol Traders.  All your supplies are provided.  $65. Get your ticket online.

 

Cabbagetown Farmers’ Market  

Open from 3 to 7 pm every Tuesday in Riverdale Park West (Sumach and Winchester). Next Tuesday, the Market will celebrate Ontario Garlic Week and the Cutting Veg will be there with its 24 varieties of garlic. Go to its Facebook page for more info.


The Underpass Park Farmers Market 

Corktown’s Farmers’ Market (29 Lower River) is open every Thursday from 4:30 to 7:30 pm. Check out the Facebook page for the list of this week’s vendors.


Cultural bazaar

Live music, raffles, henna, multicultural food, artisanal products, homemade clothing and lots more.  Every Friday afternoon to October 13, 4 to 9 pm.  660 Dundas E.


RESTAURANT NEWS 


Oktoberfest Party

The Golden Pigeon (424 Parliament) is having an Oktoberfest Party on Saturday September 30 from 6 pm to 2 am.  German specialty foods, beers from Left Field and Godspeed, live music and lots of prizes.


Oktoberfest at Mill Street

The Brew Pub (21 Tank House Lane) is hosting an Oktoberfest Party at 6 pm on Friday September 29. There’ll be live music, a special menu and Oktoberfest Lagers. 


Mill Street Brewmaster’s Dinner

Mill Street Brewpub (21 Tank House Lane) celebrates Organic Week with a Brewmaster’s dinner paired with a beer flight.  Thursday September 21, 7 pm, $35.  For tickets, click here.


Cyril’s soup

Cyril’s making a popular Italian soup, Minestra - minestrone without pasta.  You can add your favourite pasta if you wish.  It’ll be full of seasonal veggies - tomatoey, herby and delicious! His juice is orange, red grapes and hibiscus. Soup - $3.50 per cup for 3 to 9 cups and $3 a cup for ten or more.  Juice - $9.50 for two cups.  Deliveries on Saturday September 23.  Please email him to place your order.


WEEKLY CALENDAR - CLUBS & PUBS


THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 21 TO SUNDAY OCTOBER 1


For contact info about these clubs and restaurants, see the list at the bottom of this page.  


THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 21


Mill Street Brewpub

7 pm, Brewmaster’s Dinner


FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 22


Distlllery buskers

Summer Busker series, 4 to 8 pm.


Alice’s Place

9 pm, Karaoke 


Naija Jolloff Lounge

6pm, Karaoke


Super Bargain

10 pm, DJ Shamz


Wing House

9 pm, Karaoke


SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 23


Mill Street Brewpub

11 am, Farmer’s Market


Distillery Jazz in Trinity Square

1 pm, Danny Marks Blues Band


Distlllery buskers

Summer Busker series, noon to 8 pm.


Naija Jolloff Lounge

6pm, Live music


SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 24


Distillery Jazz in Trinity Square

1 pm, Red Hot Ramble


Distlllery buskers

Summer Busker series, noon to 8 pm.


Super Bargain

3 pm to 2 am, Sunday Funday with DJ Shamz


MONDAY SEPTEMBER 25


Stout Irish Pub

7 pm, Headscratchers Trivia


Super Bargain

7:30 pm, Trivia


TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 26


Golden Pigeon

4 pm, $2 oysters

7 pm, live jazz


Stout Irish Pub

7 pm, Headscratchers Trivia


WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 27


The Vibrational Apothecary

7:30 pm, traditional West African drumming classes with Amadou Kienou


Stout Irish Pub

7 pm, euchre night


THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 28


No announcements available


FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 29


Distlllery buskers

Summer Busker series, 4 to 8 pm.


Alice’s Place

9 pm, Karaoke 


Mill Street Brewpub

6 pm, Oktoberfest Party


Naija Jolloff Lounge

6pm, Karaoke


Super Bargain

10 pm, DJ Shamz


Wing House

9 pm, Karaoke


SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 30


Golden Pigeon

6 pm, OktoberfestParty


Distillery Jazz in Trinity Square

11 am, Chik’n & Waffles


Distlllery buskers

Summer Busker series, noon to 8 pm.


Naija Jolloff Lounge

6pm, Live music


SUNDAY OCTOBER 1


Distillery Jazz in Trinity Square

11 am, Kevin Ray Clark All-Stars


Distlllery buskers

Summer Busker series, noon to 8 pm.


Super Bargain

3 pm to 2 am, Sunday Funday


CONTACT INFO


Alice’s Place - 554 Parliament

Aviary - 484 Front East

The Vibrational Apothecary - 243 Gerrard E

Cranberries - 601 Parliament

Distillery - Mill Street and Parliament

Dominion - 500 Queen E - closed permanently

El Catrin - 18 Tank House Lane, Distillery

Golden Pigeon - 424 Parliament 

House on Parliament - 454 Parliament

Keating Channel - 2 Villiers St

La Gloria Mexican Coffee - 453 Parliament

Mill Street Brew Pub - 21 Tank House Lane

NJ Lounge - 507 Parliament

Stout Irish Pub - 221 Carlton

Super Bargain - 441 Parliament

Wing House - 420 Parliament