Sending out warm wishes and a huge thank you to all who were able to join us virtually in celebration this past week. We were not able to gather on Gerrard East for the TD Festival of South Asia, as
Gerrard India Bazaar Announces Virtual TD Festival of South Asia: Celebrating 18 Years of Cultural Diversity in East End Toronto.
The Gerrard India Bazaar BIA will be trailblazing into the future, launching their first-ever VIRTUAL TD Festival of South Asia, in October. This decision to shift to a virtual event is in alignment with the City of Toronto’s guidance, and
This stroll featured by www.seetorontonow.com includes charming parks and gardens as well as over 125 restaurants and shops within the Gerrard India Bazaar that celebrate the regional diversities of South Asian culture, food, and music. Main Streets: Gerrard St. E and
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Stock In Trade and Doodles moved in together on Gerrard Street East Kamar Shah and Jason Becker are teaming up on Gerrard Street East to serve meat and vegetables to east-end residents. - David Nickle/Torstar The artisanal butcher shop and lunch counter
Toronto’s Little India is one of the most unique enclaves of the city, particularly when it comes to its origin story. Anchored by the Gerrard India Bazaar located on Gerrard Street - between Greenwood and Coxwell - this colourful community has grown
Original post published on flare.com Pure deliciousness (and lots of spice!) according to very hungry FLARE editors By Blythe HunterMarch 9, 2020 (Photo: Creative Officials Media) We like to think we have pretty good taste here at FLARE HQ, so we’re continuing to recommend our