Pluck of the Irish
Legend has it that the name “Cabbagetown” stems from poor Irish immigrants growing cabbages in their yards in 1840s Toronto. Now, this historic district, once known as Toronto’s skid row, is a mix of restored Victorian homes, local pubs and low-income housing. Attractions include the Cabbagetown Festival and nearby Phoenix Concert Theatre, Allan Gardens and St James’ Cemetery.
News from Cabbagetown
Wed Feb 20, 2013
Dance, opera, and theatre mesh gracefully in Coleman Lemieux & Compagnie’s From the...