Category Archives: In The News
Cabbagetown in the news: House of the Week: $1.7 million for a Cabbagetown Victorian with stunning stained glass
We have another Cabbagetown home in the media showing off our good side. House of the Week: $1.7 million for a Cabbagetown Victorian with stunning stained glass (torontolife.com)
It’s close enough to Cabbagetown to be considered “in the news”, and many residents use the lower Don Valley trail system. This article describes some issues with the closure including reasons why the work is nearly a year behind schedule. … Continue reading
Our local restaurants have been getting a lot of good press lately! The latest accolades are from blogTO who included Shalom at 587 Parliament St. as one of the best Ethiopian restaurants in Toronto. Congratulations to Shalom! Best Ethiopian Restaurants … Continue reading
This article in today’s Globe and Mail features a home for sale at 13 Sword Street. Worker’s cottage in Cabbagetown suits single buyers
Cabbagetown in the news: El Charro one of 10 new Toronto restaurants you can eat at for under $10 (blogTO)
Local restaurant and relative newbie to the area El Charro (elcharro.ca) has received some more attention from blogTO. They have been listed as on of the 10 new Toronto restaurants you can eat at for under $10 (blogto.com). Congratulations!
We love our local businesses such as Stout Irish Pub (stoutirishpub.ca), and it looks like the people at BlogTO agree! Stout was voted as one of the top 30 places to drink beer in toronto by neighbourhood (blogto.com) Congratulations!
There was an incident in the early morning hours of April 4, where a vehicle drove in to the front of Lennie’s Health Foods located on Parliament Street, just south of Carlton Street. The driver left the scene in the … Continue reading
A nice feature on some Cabbagetown residents and their unique clock collection. Local stores Eclectisaurus and Spruce are mentioned also. Cabbagetown couple’s living room highlights colourful clock collection – The Globe and Mail (theglobeandmail.com)
It’s not often that the words “trailer” and “trashy” are used in the same breath as “Cabbagetown”, but here we have it. The Toronto Star’s Jack Lakey (aka “The Fixer“) has written about the vandalized trailer that has been located … Continue reading
UrbanToronto.ca has a post about the March 8 community consultation meeting held to…well…consult…with the community about the proposed Gerrard Street Beer Store redevelopment plans. ‘Mountanious’ 227 Gerrard East Met With Backlash By Residents (urbantoronto.ca) Doug Fisher also wrote about the … Continue reading