There are still few gritty pockets in Toronto. These may not be beautiful for everybody eyes, but in mine, it has a lot of charm.
This garage is (or was) obviously owned by a Portuguese Mechanic, as he incorporated national colours into the building decor.
This stretch of Dundas Street is mostly unchanged for 20-30 years. The businesses come and go! As new Portuguese immigration is insignificant, there are now more Vietnamese stores.
Across the street, was a great restaurant, but it changed owners, and their improvements ruined the look. I do not know why I did not take a photo before, now is to late.
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