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Hungry Amoo Open on Ossington

Hungry Amoo, a new restaurant, is now open in the long empty space at 74 Ossington. They are in soft opening mode, serving drinks and a variety of snacks and sharing plates. . . . → Read More: Hungry Amoo Open on Ossington

What To Expect During Ossfest

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Ossfest takes over Ossington Avenue on Saturday July 23 and local businesses will be serving patio drinks and eats, sidewalk sales and more . . . → Read More: What To Expect During Ossfest

Introducing: Té Restaurant’s New Patio

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Té Restaurant Now Has a Patio

Last week, Té Restaurant launched a beautiful backyard patio. That’s right, now you can enjoy the Asian fusion food and delicious tea-infused cocktails in the outdoors.

For those of you who missed our earlier posts, Té is at 70 Ossington, next door to Union. Like it’s northerly neighbour Union, the new backyard . . . → Read More: Introducing: Té Restaurant’s New Patio

Ossington Business Profile #19: TA2

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Business Profile of TA2, Tatoo Sound + Music. Located at 68 Ossington, this business opened this past February and is creating sound and music daily. . . . → Read More: Ossington Business Profile #19: TA2

Ossington Village Patio Guide

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Summer is finally here and with it, patio season! We in Toronto love spending this warm season outside, enjoying a beverage – or two – and food. Ossington Village has a wide range of choices for you to eat and/or drink in the fresh air. . . . → Read More: Ossington Village Patio Guide

A Tasting at Té

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This week, we were lucky to be included among a group of bloggers treated to taste the menu at Te.

Don’t know what Te is? Well, now is your chance to go try some of their delicious Asian fusion food before it starts getting written up and too crowded to get in. Located just . . . → Read More: A Tasting at Té

Spend a lot, or spend a little on dinner on Ossington – according to Joanne Kates

Ossington’s local restaurants fared well on Joanne Kates’ recent list of best restaurants in Toronto. This year the list was broken up into two sections, one for the less expensive restaurants – categorized by her as those restaurants at which two people can eat for under $65 excluding taxes, tip and drinks – known as the ‘spend . . . → Read More: Spend a lot, or spend a little on dinner on Ossington – according to Joanne Kates

More Businesses Coming to Ossington

Ossington is going to get busier with more incoming businesses: a store is opening this week and two locations are under renovation and applying for liquor licenses.

V de V announced an Ossington grand opening for this upcoming Thursday. The Montreal home design store will begin selling furniture, decor, lighting and more to Torontonians at 120 Ossington. We’ll share . . . → Read More: More Businesses Coming to Ossington

Get Behind Some Good Causes in the Neighborhood

Local individuals and businesses are supporting some good causes, and you can help too. More info: West Neighbourhood House (formerly St. Christopher House) is our – very local United Way agency and community centre, providing programs and services to all. This year, a number of motivated individuals are running in the Toronto marathon to raise . . . → Read More: Get Behind Some Good Causes in the Neighborhood

Boralia and Other Local Restos Rank High in Kates 100

Our neighborhood has been a hot dining scene for years now, and, according to restaurant critic Joanne Kates, whose annual list of the top 100 eating establishments in Toronto was released today, Ossington and Dundas is still a destination for food lovers in the city.

Newly opened last fall, Boralia has gotten kudos from us and . . . → Read More: Boralia and Other Local Restos Rank High in Kates 100