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Ossington Business Profile: Town Moto

Town Moto Ossington business profile

Town Moto looking out to Ossington

Ossington has some great independent retail stores, staffed by friendly folks who greet you warmly when you visit, and Town Moto is definitely one of the tops in this department. Since opening 5 years ago, Town Moto has hosted barbecues and ride-ins, welcoming motorcycle owners, fans and everybody else into their community. You do not need to know anything about motorcycles to feel welcome there, or to find something to buy at the shop. Check it out for yourself at 132 Ossington. We posed our business profile questions to Town Moto and the owner, Marika Thoms, obligingly responded. Here is the Town Moto Business Profile.

What’s your business?

We are one of the only places to buy motorcycle related items in Toronto. We carry brands that are hard to find, many exclusive in Canada, and we have an inclusive and knowledgable team when it comes to all styles of motorcycling.

How long have you been in business here?

We opened in May 2012.

 What drew you to be here on Ossington?

5 years ago Ossington was an affordable location that offered street traffic and had potential for retail. We all lived nearby and it was important we were located somewhere we wanted to spend time and felt connected to.

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Ossington Business Profile #19: TA2

Unedited TA2 West (7 of 9)In our return to profiling local businesses after a long hiatus, we focus on local business TA2, Tatoo Sound + Music. Located at 68 Ossington, this business opened this past February.

You’ve probably seen their bold sign on the building in between Academy of Lions and Té Restaurant but didn’t know what TA2 is. Now you can find out! When an award-winning employer opens an office on Ossington, they are bringing people to the neighbourhood to work and enjoy the other amenities, so kudos to TA2 and a late welcome!

For those of you who don’t know, the Ossington business profile allows the business owners and employees to share their opinions on Ossington, what it’s like operating on Ossington, and tell us their favorite place (or places) on Ossington.

And now onto our business profile of Tattoo Sound + Music.

What is your business?

Tattoo Sound + Music (TA2) is a post audio production company that specializes in making stuff sound better than you ever expected!

How is your business unique?

By combining our audio obsession with a controversial business tactic called ‘being nice’®, we’ve attracted a group of insanely talented composers, sound designers, directors, music licensers, and producers. Together we’ve crafted award winning audio for every medium – TV, radio, apps, games, animation, feature films, even transit sounds. We are also proud supporters of local art and double as an art showcase space with an in house curator.

How long have you been in business here?

TA2 has been in business for six months here on Ossington and as a company for nine years. Our second location is in the East End of Queen St. in Leslieville.

What drew you to be here on Ossington?

We wanted to have the city covered from East to West. It’s important to be in close proximity to our advertising agency network and we thought that Ossington (or “OZ” as we like to call it) was the most vibrant place to be on the West end. We loved the feel and the energy of street and felt we would fit in perfectly and add to the culture of the area.

What changes have you seen on Ossington since your business has been here?

A lot of revamping on the strip! Plenty of new restaurants, pop up shops and art murals.

How do you see your business and Ossington five years from now?

We see Ossington at its peak in five years, and TA2 being a part of its strong collaborative community.

What is your favorite spot on Ossington other than your own? and why?

We are still exploring the street and surrounding area, but so far our favourite spots on Ossington have to be Rashers and Union – Rashers seems to have followed us! With their original location by our East end studio, we were thrilled to find out they opened up one down the street from us on Ossington. Bacon strips, and bacon strips, and bacon strips for the win!

Again, I mentioned we took a break from the business profiles, but we will attempt to provide more of these in the near future so you can get another look at who and what are keeping the street vibrant and growing. Reach out if you want to be profiled!

Ossington Business Profile #18 – The Saint

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The Saint Tavern is one of the anchor restaurants on the Ossington strip. Serving a bacon-heavy brunch and classic contemporary dishes all week long to crowds from across the GTA, The Saint has been well-reviewed since opening – after a long delay – in 2012.

We spoke with the executive chef from The Saint, Jesse Vallins, about his restaurant.

Tell our readers a bit about your business?

The Saint is a classic tavern.  We’re a love-all, serve-all establishment with no pretense.  We have great food and warm, welcoming hospitality. No matter if you are there for a post work drink, a three-course prix-fixe Sunday Supper, or a weekend brunch with friends, we’ve got you covered! We specialize is sausages too. We offer a great wine, cocktail and beer selection.

How is your business unique?
We’re unique in a couple of ways.  First is our approach to food; we’re cooking very simple, familiar food, the food that people want to eat, but doing everything from scratch, and making the best versions of the dishes we do.  Second is that as a tavern in the classic sense, we’re a place that people can come for different reasons and different price points.  You can come in with a friend for oysters and cocktails; you can come in on your own for a burger and a beer; you can come with a big group and go all out on a family style feast with great wine.  We aren’t trying to be part of any scene, we just want people to come in and have a great time.  The Saint is one of King Street Food Company’s restaurants (Buca King, Buca Yorkville, Bar Buca, Jacobs, Jamie’s Italian Canada) and as a company, our goal is to provide a consistently great dining experience with the freshest and best sourced ingredients, an artisanal approach to the craft, a warm and sophisticated atmosphere, and a thoughtful approach to hospitality.

How long have you been in business here?

The Saint has been open for about three years.  I’ve been with King Street Food Company for two.

What drew you to be on Ossington?

We were drawn to Ossington because of the diversity of the neighbourhood and its establishments.  There is a real sense of community, along with a dynamic vibe. I think that combination is why it stays down to earth.

What changes have you seen on Ossington since your business has been here?

The area changes all the time but the thing I like best is how it stays the same. While it is a destination for eating and drinking, it’s also a true neighbourhood all day long, with local businesses of every kind. New restaurants, bars and shops have opened and closed over the time we’ve been here but the blend of new residents and families who’ve been in the area for generations keep it solid.

How do you see your business and Ossington five years from now?

We want to continue to be a neighbourhood tavern; a place where you can come for comfort food done right, a pint from our list of craft beer options on tap, and consistently great service. As for Ossington, I can’t wait to see what it looks like in five years. If the last five are any indication it will continue to thrive!

What is your favorite spot on Ossington, other than your own? and why?

Bellwoods Brewery.  They’re brewing some of the best beer in Ontario. We have a wide selection of craft beers on tap at The Saint and I love the fact that beer geeks like me have multiple great options on the Ossington strip.  I drop in a few times a week there to pick up beer to bring home!

The Saint, 227 Ossington Ave. Toronto ON. M6J 2Z8 | T: 647 350 2100

 

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Ossington Business Profile #17: I Miss You Vintage and Emporium by I Miss You

emporium#17 in our series of Ossington Business Profiles is a two-fer: I Miss You Vintage has been selling beautiful clothes and accessories for years, and last year expanded with Emporium by I Miss You.

Julie, the owner of both shops, and a newer store around the corner on Dundas West at Dovercourt, answered our questions as they applied to both Ossington locations. If you haven’t been to either place at 63 Ossington, there are plenty of one-of-a-kind classics on sale. Go check it out!

What’s your business?

a) I Miss You Vintage specializes in ladies vintage fashion and designer label resale.

b) Emporium by I Miss You carries all original antique and rustic vintage accessories.

How is your business unique? 

a) There are many vintage and resale stores in Toronto but I Miss You offers a finely edited collection of one of a kind vintage clothing, accessories, and jewelry for the fashion conscious customer.  We also offer a large selection of luxury designer label resale at a fraction of the retail price. Shoppers will find labels like Chanel, Gucci, Hermes, Prada, Balenciaga, Lanvin Miyake, Isabel Marant, Alexander Wang, Martin Margiela, etc…  All of our items are selected for their historical appeal and/or how they can translate into today’s wardrobe for a runway inspired look.

b) Emporium is a unique Victorian/Turn-of-of the century themed rustic vintage accessory store.  The merchandise in Emporium is 100% original antique and vintage.  All of our store fixtures are also original Victorian or industrial antiques, and even the decor features 120 year old reclaimed barn-board and an old taxidermied stag. Customers will find a regularly updated stock of vintage leather bookbags, backpacks, purses, boots, and belts. Our antique claw-foot jewelry case came from the old Rotman’s Haberdashery on Spadina and houses Victorian to Art Deco jewellery, turn of the century objects, cufflinks, and bowties.

How long have you been in business here?

a)    We opened July 2005.

b)    We opened March 2012 and expanded March 2013.

What drew you to be here on Ossington?

a)    Back in 2005, Ossington was quite a different place than today, and deciding to open a retail store here was a ‘riskier’ move. However I made the decision to open up shop off the beaten track (ie: not Queen Street West) with the faith that I could build a successful destination-based business by offering the best in vintage one of a kind items that would draw in a loyal following. At the time, it offered a cheaper alternative to Queen West for a new business, the long storefront window and terrazzo floors were nice features, and even back then I was attracted to the character of the street!

b)    In 2008, the space next to I Miss You became available after the old travel agency moved out. We decided to take the space and use it as an office and storage since there was very little storage in I Miss You.  It wasn’t until the winter of 2011 that we decided to start renovating and utilize the space for a retail storefront.

What changes have you seen on Ossington since your business has been here?

It’s been almost 8 years now and the changes have been so rapid that it is literally a different streetscape. We have seen almost every business or property change and sometimes change multiple times over.  There were times I’d come in to work and a new business had seemed to pop-up overnight!  The old Vietnamese Karaoke bars and pool hall, vacant storefronts, Portugese travel agencies, pho restaurants (other than the 2 that are still here), the Buddhist temple, and the old tavern at Queen and Ossington have all become fine dining restaurants, retail flagships, Starbucks, and bars.

How do you see your business and Ossington five years from now?

We plan to continue to be part of this vibrant community and are excited to see the increasing growth of daytime retail stores on Ossington.  We anticipate seeing Ossington increasingly become a destination for daytime shopping in addition to dining, drinking, etc…

What is your favorite spot on Ossington, other than your own? and why?

In the 8 years that we have been here, we have enjoyed the products and services of so many businesses on Ossington so it’s impossible to choose one.  But in the spirit of vintage,  there are several local places that have been around longer than us that still figure into my regular working day…mmm decaf americano at Ideal coffee,  a spicy medium #12 rare beef pho at Thien Thanh, and a cold beer at Sweaty Betty’s.


Ossington Business Profile #16: Boehmer

The 16th installment in our Ossington business profiles is Boehmer. Although only two years in the neighbourhood, the restaurant feels like one of the legacy restaurants on the strip.

What’s your business?

Boehmer restaurant, located at 93 Ossington Avenue, focuses on local, sustainable food. We draw inspiration from seasonality and local availability of produce and meat. We have a strong focus on simplicity – great flavors done without pretension.

How is your business unique?

We work with local artists, acting as a gallery space to display their works. Local musicians, such as Errol Fisher and his Blues Band perform at the restaurant. We love Ossington Avenue, and the community that surrounds it!

How long have you been in business here?

We officially opened in April of 2010.

What drew you to be here on Ossington?

Apart from loving the neighbourhood, local businesses, and the sense of community, we found the perfect space. A former auto garage with 14 foot ceilings. The big open space served as an open canvas, for us to create something beautiful and unique that reflects our local ethos.

What changes have you seen on Ossington since your business has been here?

When we first opened our doors, Ossington was just beginning its transformation into the great little village it has grown to be. We’re thrilled that there are so many great restaurants, bars and shops now open.

How do you see your business and Ossington five years from now?

As more and more residents enter the neighbourhood, and new communities are built nearby, we anticipate being very busy in five years’ time. When our patio is finished, we hope to see it buzzing every summer. We look forward to collaborating with other neighbourhood businesses. We’re also excited to expand our operation – stay tuned!

What is your favorite spot on Ossington, other than your own? and why?

Reposado has always been a favourite. They have a great vibe, great patio and an unbelievable tequila selection. I also enjoy popping into all the other places on the strip, as everyone here has something unique to offer. That’s what makes Ossington so special.

Ossington Business Profile #15: Philip Sparks

The 15th entry in our series of business profiles is Philip Sparks. Philip, a Toronto-based designer, recently opened his eponymous shop at 162 Ossington. This beautiful retail location is adjacent to Ideal Coffee, on Ossington and Foxley. Here, he answers our questions about his business and our neighborhood:

What’s your business?

I design, manufacture and retail a collection of men’s and womens apparel and accessories, all here in Toronto. Our retail space is on two levels at 162 Ossington (side entrance off Foxley)

How is your business unique?
I think it’s unique that a product is still manufactured in Canada and strive to make as much here as is still possible. The collection is a mix of tailored pieces (I love a good blazer or a coat) and most of the work I do has a modern nostalgic feeling to it. I’m always looking to history for inspiration.
How long have you been in business here?

I opened the shop just this past March 2012 so about 4 months now.

What drew you to be here on Ossington?

I have lived in the neighborhood for the past 5 years and watched the strip grow and change. I was starting to notice more daytime traffic and tourists. I tried it out in a collaboration  Trunk Shop with I Miss You at 63 Ossington. We were embraced and found our own permanent location here at 162.

What changes have you seen on Ossington since your business has been here?

Well there have been several other new daytime retailers and restaurants open on the strip. Moto Town, Bellwooods Brewery and Hawker Bar just to name a few.

How do you see your business and Ossington five years from now?

I would like to expand our offerings including men’s and womens foot wear a full line of bags and smaller accessories. I hope we need more space in the neighbourhood eventually. I also look forward to participating and hosting in community events.

What is your favorite spot on Ossington, other than your own? and why?

To name just one isn’t possible. I have had many a latte at Ideal (my neighbour), many a cubanno at Delux, a great time at Bellwoods brewery and Reposado. I can’t think of a place I haven’t enjoyed myself.

Ossington Business Profile #14: Academy of Lions

The latest in our series of Ossington Business Profiles is for the crossfit gym/cafe/general store/charitable foundation Academy of Lions, which moved last year from Dundas Street West to 64 Ossington.

As you can tell from the multiple hyphens above, this is not just a gym.  Dhani Oks, the Director and Owner of Academy of Lions, answered our profile questions, explaining more about the business.

What’s your business?

Well, here’s the short story… Academy Of Lions does many unique things, but basically we exist to put good things into the community and celebrate toronto strength in various forms.   Our space at 64 Ossington is 10,000 square feet spread out over 4 levels devoted to physical culture, healthy foods and locally designed goods.  We are open everyday, weekdays from 6am to 9pm.

Here’s the longer story… We have an old-style gymnasium that features small group classes, personal training and bootcamps.   We practice traditional forms of fitness & sport and were one of the first CrossFit Affiliated gyms in Toronto.   We have KettleBells, Olympic Lifting, Gymnastics, Ropes, Truck Tires and many other primal fitness tools.   We put a premium on good quality group and personal coaching.  Our team includes a former Olympic medalist and world record holder, Kinesiologists, Massage Therapist, Med student and Strength Coaches.   Our gym is open to everyone in the community whether you have great fitness or have never been to a gym before.

The Academy Of Lions General Store is located at the front of the house, and caters to the active lifestyle of our members and hopes to provide some good food options for the neighbourhood.  We support a very very primal, local and gluten-free diet.  So we only sell foods that we believe in and would eat ourselves:  locally, organic, naturally raised beef, bison, game, chicken, eggs, pork, sausage and we even produce our own house-brand of beef jerky.   We carry lots of snacks and grocery items for primal, paleo and gluten free nutrition and cooking.  And, we have a great Electra espresso machine and offer some unique specialty drinks that are on the healthier side of things such as Almond Milk Lattes, Coconut Milk Cappuccinos and and “CMC” (Coconut-Maple-Chocolate) Drink served hot or on ice.  We are also building a great selection of coconut waters which are super healthy and a better option than most sports drinks or juices.

We carry athletic equipment like KettleBells, Jump Ropes, Gymnastic rings and some very hard to find lines of minimal shoes like the INOV8 line from the UK and New Balance Minimus.

And last but not least, everything in the Academy General Store is available to purchase, including the tables and chairs that you sit on.  We partnered with Tinsel & Sawdust Design Studio and have made the space a “Functional Gallery.”  Most of the furniture, fixtures, art and lighting have been submitted by local designers.  We have a great table made by our neighbour Victor from Delux and some absolutely incredible seats and lights from Fugitive Glue, who have been doing stuff with the Gladstone Hotel.  If you like what you see or are sitting on, you can buy it and support local design.

Finally, we have a not-for-profit called the Academy Of Lions Foundation that works to help youth help themselves to help others. We run after-school programs for at-risk, street and homeless youth where we show them how to be fit, healthy and build community.  We then make them a part of the Academy by offering internships, employment and helping them start their own projects/businesses.

How is your business unique?

We don’t really stick to any notion of what business is supposed to be or what a gym is supposed to be.  I think early on we identified that Academy Of Lions is really about a community of people who care a positive lifestyle for themselves and their neighbours.  So we tried to grow in ways that helped our members and friends improve their lives in very basic and important ways.   So we don’t get tied down by what a “gym” or “store” is supposed to be and just work to put things into our business that we would want to have ourselves.

We take a very community health approach to our operations and want to make our neighbourhood better directly and by osmosis.  We certainly do that by providing a very powerful style of fitness and nutrition.  And we tend to think community/opportunity first in our business practices by hiring youth from our after-school program.  Our belief is that support of the community will lead to the community supporting us.

How long have you been in business here?

We moved to Ossington just this past December.  But we’ve been in the neighbourhood for 4 years now with previous locations on Dundas and on Gladstone.

What drew you to be here on Ossington?

We have always wanted to be here and even when looking at new locations we never wanted to go anywhere else.   Ossington/Dundas has the right feel and most of our members and friends live here.   Academy Of Lions is about culture manifested in physical forms.  So, it makes sense to be on a street where food culture, design culture and artistic culture are so pronounced.

What changes have you seen on Ossington since your business has been here?

I’ve seen some great new and exciting businesses open that really add to the whole experience of this neighbourhood.  Town Moto is amazing and and will make a lot of local bikers very happy.   Hawker Bar and Bellwoods Brewery are something really special too.  It’s very important to have small/medium sized businesses and entrepreneurs here, because it gives people a reason to come down here;  it can only help the rest of us.

How do you see your business and Ossington five years from now?

That’s pretty exciting to think about.  We are already developing our third floor into a functional medicine/naturopathic clinic with chiropractic and massage.  That will open later this year.   We are also putting together planning for a huge green-roof and patio that we will use to offer programming for youth on urban agriculture.  Most of all, we want to really expand the reach of the Academy Of Lions Foundation and offer fitness and sport programming to local youth, schools and community organizations.

I hope Ossington continues to attract small business that are more creative and adaptive to the needs of the community.  The street and the reputation are growing so fast I hope we can all get together and make some good long-term decisions for business and culture.

What is your favorite spot on Ossington, other than your own? and why?

That is a tough one, so I am going to cheat a bit.   Union and Delux are a tie for restos.  Crafted is a fantastic coffee-shop and does a  great job all around.  And I don’t think I could make it 3 days without some BQM!

Ossington Business Profile #13 – More Than Pasta

We were happy to introduce the community to More Than Pasta when it opened early this year. This take-out emporium for healthy, freshly cooked Italian fare has thrown open houses, donated food to charity, and plans to do a lot more to serve the neighbourhood.

I spoke with Gabriella, the passion behind the growing enterprise, and she answered the questions for our Business Profile series.

If the photos are whetting your appetite, More Than Pasta is located at 121 Ossington, just south of Argyle.

 

 

 

 

What’s your business?

PRODUCING A FRESH, UNIQUE PASTA PRODUCT
•       High Protein;

•       Low Calories;

•       Low Carbs;

•       Diabetic Friendly (Low Glycemic); and

•       High fibre content;

•       Premium High End Packaging & Product;

•       Using only the  finest, all natural ingredients.

*All our raw materials are purchased in Ontario
“It’s a win-win for all: fresh food for our customers and support for Ontario Suppliers

How is your business unique?

More Than Pasta is produced the old fashioned way – artisan style with an original Italian pasta machine. This beautifully crafted process kneads and works the dough to create a truly homemade pasta experience.
More Than Pasta is lovely textured pasta that is porous and absorbs the “gusto” – the flavour of the sauce.

How long have you been in business here?

Opened in March 2011

What drew you to be here on Ossington?

The eclectic group of businesses tucked into this distinctive and diverse neighbourhood

What changes have you seen on Ossington since your business has been here?

More diversity in terms of new businesses. Lots of weekend ‘visitors’ to the community.

How do you see your business and Ossington five years from now?

As part of the neighbourhood. Supporting community events, welcoming new businesses, active in Business Associations.

What is your favorite spot on Ossington, other than your own? and why?

PARAMOUR – THE SERVICE IS  EXCEPTIONAL, THE FOOD IS SPECTACULAR, AND  CHEF LAURA MALIN IS FABULOUS. SHE ONCE USED OUR MORE THAN PASTA PRODUCT  TO CREATE A WONDERFUL DISH FROM HER GRANDMOTHERS RECEIPES AND BOTH OF US BEING ITALIAN, WAS ONE OF OUR FAVORITES, PASTA CON IL TONNO EH POMIDORO DI LA NONNA   (GRANMOTHER’S TOMATO BASED TUNA & PASTA)

Ossington Business Profile #12 – Lower Ossington Theatre

Since we started the blog, we have enjoyed covering the events and shows at the Lower Ossington Theatre. From the Toronto Youth Theatre, to their support of the Summerworks and other festivals, LOT has a strong artistic presence and value in our neighborhood.

Lately, the Lower Ossington Theatre has added weekend matinees for children like Angelina Ballerina and Pinkalicious, and they continue to add to their evening offerings. Next month, for instance, Reefer Madness takes over the theatre from June 9-18. All of the events at LOT are in our calendar.

For our 12th Ossington Business profile, we posed our usual questions to Joseph Patrick of the Lower Ossington Theatre.

What’s your business?

The Lower Ossington Theatre (The LOT)

How is your business unique?

This year The LOT celebrates 5 years of being “family by day, fun by night!” Our diverse programming includes such popular shows as the children’s series “Pinkalicious” and “Angelina Ballerina”, and cult classics like “Rocky Horror” and “Reefer Madness”. Our Youth Theatre programs engage aspiring teen actors, providing real-life experience in a professional theatre setting.

How long have you been in business here?

Since April 2006, 5 years.

What drew you to be here on Ossington?

The opportunity to bring the arts to a great up-and-coming area on Toronto’s west side.

What changes have you seen on Ossington since your business has been here?

We have watched Ossington grow into a trendy area, full of great arts, retail, and restaurants.

How do you see your business and Ossington five years from now?

We will be the primary destination for arts and entertainment in this area.

What is your favorite spot on Ossington, other than your own? and
why?

We love Crafted Coffee. Free wi-fi is our top factor when deciding where to head for meetings on the strip.

Ossington Business Profile #11 – Delux

Since opening in 2008, Delux Restaurant has been one of the restaurants that make Ossington Avenue a destination for Toronto diners. Owner and head chef Corinna Mozo has received acclaim for her Cuban take on bistro classics. Besides the popular dinner menu, Delux also has added a weekend lunch and brunch menu that includes decadently delicious donuts and fritters (of course we’ve tried them!).

Now, Corinna Mozo has responded to our series of questions that we call the Ossington Business Profile.

What’s your business?

Delux is a local Toronto restaurant that serves rustic French cuisine with Cuban Influences. We’re located on Ossington just north of Queen Street.

How is your business unique?

Delux is unique in that it provides our customers with a unique experience, from food to atmosphere. We have a relaxed atmosphere, with an intimate setting and neighborhood feel. The menus are market driven and locally sourced where possible, with an emphasis on simplicity and flavor. We also make a mean Cubano sandwich.

How long have you been in business here?

We opened in January 2008. A lot has changed along the Ossington strip since we opened!

What drew you to be here on Ossington?

When we decided to move to Toronto, we were still living in Boston. I wanted to open a small place and always liked the idea of locating in an up and coming area. When I asked my brother where I should open up, he suggested Ossington. We didn’t see it right away, but I trust his instincts – he was right! It’s an amazing neighborhood and we have some of the best locals in the city.

What changes have you seen on Ossington since your business has been here?

Ossington has evolved into a great neighbourhood. It reminds me of the community we had in Boston – everyone is very supportive of each other.
We’ve seen a lot of change in the neighborhood – more shops, boutiques, and restaurants have opened. Ossington is turning into Toronto’s hottest food destination in the city. The area has a hip, cool and quirky energy.

How do you see your business and Ossington five years from now?

In five years from now, we hope Delux will continue to be a local spot that serves up delicious food. Our new lunch and brunch has been a huge success, and we just started making preserves. I want to stay true to who we are, but continue to grow with customers and neighbors.

What is your favorite spot on Ossington, other than your own? And why?

My favorite spot on Ossington is Jaidens Petals. Dani is a great friend and creates amazing rustic floral arrangements. She also carries a lovely selection of vintage treasures, pots and vases. Her flowers are the perfect compliment to our restaurant.

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