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      Welcome to Old Town Toronto

      Old Town is a neighbourhood and retail district in downtown Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It was the first of Toronto’s named neighbourhoods, having acquired the moniker no later than 1815, at which time the original town of York was expanding.

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      Toronto is full of patio destinations to fill your summer with. From brunch or lunch with your bestie, to a night out with the entire fam jam, patios are where we all want to be this season. Old Town Toronto is home to many options. Below we highlight a few spots we think you should…

      The sun has arrived in OTT and we are thrilled to welcome you to our hood for some summer shenanigans. In this edition of Where to Support Local we have a dog friendly patio, fresh baked croissants and a bunch of other delectable eats. We even share a tip on how to score some extra…

      As many of you may recall, we held a fantastic photo contest on Instagram in which folks were invited to take a photo from their recent trip to an OTT business, tag them, and include the #OldTownToronto hashtag for a chance to win one of nine gift cards and to have their photo displayed on…

      Mother’s Day is approaching soon and as hectic as city life can get these days, it’s always good to take a moment to think of that person in our life whose support is unmatched, whose love runs deep, and who is always there for us. They go by many names, but more often than not…