City Published on 21 Oct, 2017
Toronto's Greek Town: Heading east along Bloor street from downtown Toronto, over the Bloor viaduct, you will arrive at the Danforth, home of Toronto’s Greektown.
Liquor: As you enter the area, the LCBO in this community is home to the largest selection of Greek wines in the city.
Logan Square: You can get a great photo opportunity at Logan Square next to the bust of Alexander the Great.
Kafedaki kai Meze: For a quick coffee or a light lunch, around the corner you will find a few great options. Ouzeri for some meze (ie. tapas), Frappe for light sandwiches and coffee or Athens Pastries for a freshly baked bougatsa. For a longer list of establishments in Greek town, search for our Greek Town Review.
Churches: Along the Danforth, there are two Greek Orthodox Churches. St. Irene's is on Gough, just steps north of Danforth, while Metamorphosis is located on Donlands. A short drive north to Thorncliffe Park Drive, is St. Demetrios and the Polymenakion Cultural Centre. This is the head office for the Greek Community of Toronto. Further along Overlea Blvd is the head office for the Greek Orthodox Metropolis of Canada.