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It's both a street name and a village, historically known as the Polish neighbourhood. It's a popular place for families with many cafes and restaurants, as well as the Revue Cinema which is one of Toronto oldest standing movie theatres.
From sushi to hardware, from legal services to fresh fruit, and everything in between: a great place for a stroll with lots of restaurants, bakeries, ice cream places, coffee shops, plus all the other stuff. Lots of people too on a Sunday afternoon and especially, lots of dogs (on leash, of course).
‘Roncy’ is a village. Roncesvalles Avenue itself is one small strip lined with charming coffee shops, used bookstores and quaint restaurants and bars. Located in Toronto’s West End, a stone’s throw from the glorious High Park, it’s a family-friendly, effortlessly charming neighborhood. Despite how…
known for its huge Polish community, and is lined with Polish butchers and bakers. Roncesvalles Avenue is home to some of the city’s most interesting espresso bars, craft beer bars, boutiques, and restaurants including Bandit Brewery, Likely General, Muttonhead, Scout, and Pizzeria Defina. And…