This is a charming part of historic Toronto where the old distillery buildings, old offices and cobbled streets have been not only preserved but made vibrant again. You'll find coffee shops, restaurants and artists workshops - more than enough for a good visit. The Soulpepper Theatre also lives here and you can catch some of the best live theatre with well known or up and coming actors all in an intimate setting. Good food and outstanding theatre all in one location. Only downer for me is to watch the giant condos growing around it, casting a gloom on a unique treasure...but this is Toronto...condo capital of North America.
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