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Ossington Business Profile #23: Les Enfants Terribles

Today we profile Les Enfants Terribles, a student art studio and gallery at 130 Foxley Place, the alleyway behind Ossington. . . . → Read More: Ossington Business Profile #23: Les Enfants Terribles

2015 Look Back: Openings and Closings on Ossington

In the years we’ve written this blog, one thing is constant: change. There were a lot of changes on the street this year, with plenty of new restaurants, retailers and services opening on Ossington and Dundas. With those new openings, there were also some closings, notably in the art gallery scene as they move . . . → Read More: 2015 Look Back: Openings and Closings on Ossington

Town Barber moves to new location on Dundas

Town Barber finally has it’s own location. After moving out from the back of Lost & Found, they’ve finally found their own space and have transformed it into a full-service barber shop. Well suited to the neighborhood, beards are welcome at this “hipster barber shop.”

Stop by and get a cut or shave . . . → Read More: Town Barber moves to new location on Dundas

Shop Ossington This Thursday Night

A number of local retailers are participating in a fun and festive shopping night this Thursday. On December 11th, from 6P-10P, many of the local shops will stay open late and offer special deals and holiday treats. There is an event page here for more info!

The number of small retailers in our neighborhood has . . . → Read More: Shop Ossington This Thursday Night

The Goods opens their doors on Dundas

After working at growing their business making healthy lunches of salads, smoothies and soups for delivery, Lisa Labute and Cat Parker of The Goods have opened up a retail shop on Dundas. . . . → Read More: The Goods opens their doors on Dundas

Opening Soon – The Goods

Dundas West is soon to welcome a health food take-out restaurant and lunch delivery service. The Goods is opening soon at 1255 Dundas Street West. . . . → Read More: Opening Soon – The Goods

2013 in Review: Openings on Ossington

New openings on Ossington in 2013 include restaurants Soos and Ardor Bistro, and retailers The Pedal Stop, Annie Aime, Crywolf, PopUp 120 and Lost and Found. . . . → Read More: 2013 in Review: Openings on Ossington

Lost and Found Opens on Ossington

Lost and Found has now opened on Ossington in the space formerly occupied by Lennox Contemporary and C1 Art Space. The clothing store and espresso¬† bar had been finding their space on Dundas both cramped for both display and storage space for their inventory and short of foot traffic so they decided to . . . → Read More: Lost and Found Opens on Ossington

Lost and Found Moving to Ossington

Local cafe and clothing store Lost and Found is moving from Dundas Street West to 44 Ossington. . . . → Read More: Lost and Found Moving to Ossington