Flanking both sides of Spadina Avenue is Toronto’s most prominent Chinatown. Previously a hub for the city’s Jewish community, Chinese merchants migrated westward to the area in the ’50s and ’60s after properties were expropriated to make way for the construction of City Hall. Today’s Chinatown includes a sizable collection of Vietnamese eateries to complement the area’s Chinese markets and restaurants.
News from Chinatown
Mon Jun 10, 2013
In the 1990s, Boa Cafe was the city's busiest nightspot; in the mid-2000s, its second...