There’s lots happening in Ossington Village in both retail and food, and the press is noticing. Here’s a roundup of some recent local news stories.
Ossington Becoming a Fashion Destination
We’ve said it before, and now others are saying the same thing. With the influx of more and more retail stores, Ossington Avenue is becoming a destination for shoppers. And thanks to multiple building owner Hullmark Developments, more big name retailers are coming next year: We already knew about Lululemon, and now we know about the spin studio Ride Cycle Club also coming in 2017.
Superpoint Pizza Is Getting Good Reviews
New Italian restaurant Superpoint opened in October and it’s busy for takeout and dinner. This business is not surprising when you read the good reviews it’s been garnering since opening at 184 Ossington. Bon appetit!
Local Restaurants in Top 10 Japanese Restaurants in Toronto
Toronto Life did a ranking of the top Toronto restaurants for Japanese cuisine, and the good news is we don’t have to travel far to enjoy the tops: Dundas West spots Hanmoto and Imanishi are both on the list.
Toronto Gifts Available on Ossington
A gift guide for Toronto centric gifts for the holidays directs readers to Crywolf on Ossington for their fun and original pins, magnets and more, like this Blue Jay patch. Designs are all original and unique. Buy at the store at 91 Ossington or their Etsy shop.
Dogs Are Welcome for Dinner: Special Event on Ossington
This week Boehmer is hosting a dinner with dogs! Yes, you read that right! The event, cutely called Diner En Bark, is closed – but if you join the club, you’ll be able to go next time and eat in a fancy restaurant with your dog – and other like-minded people and their dogs. Who knew?
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