Definition: A very pedestrian view on Toronto ON. Focusing on the urban form, but stretching to travel and food.
June 2020 - Toronto ON
Just a note that these walks are being taken during the pandemic so things are different. Some places have not yet opened, most require masks and hand sanitization. Restaurants can only do takeout.
Another walk during the week of June 20 along Queen St. West. This was the first day of Stage 2 in Toronto.
This ramble was west bound from Portland to Ossington, a shorter walk than usual.
The neighbourhood has an eclectic and often eccentric vibe.
What else can you find within this area?
Graffiti Alley - click on Graffiti Alley in the labels/tags below this post to find many links to the Alley. Keep in mind that it is an ever-changing art gallery.
The patios are finally open!! They have one around the corner.
The first day for hair salons! By appointment only. Masks required.
Mexican - take out only.
This is entrance to the Bovine Sex Club – a live music club that has been around for a long long time. Artwork by Dudeman.
Some stores are open.
Anthropologie has set up shop in a converted late 19th-century church. I must go inside and get photos.
You must stop into the John Fluvog store, gravity room!! Photos from our 2018 visit.
Hugs and Sarcasm had their patio open but it doesn't appear to be much social distancing happening.
Popped into 6 Oceans Gallery and came across these fabulous photos by Jennifer Elliotson. PLEASE check out her work.
Her wood prints are spectacular. This would fit my bathroom theme perfectly.
Not sure why this is in the window, says stay warm.