You walk down the street, the smell of chicken and tzaziki fills your senses with the aroma of Greece. Suddenly you remember you are standing in the middle of the Danforth village.
The Danforth is commonly known for its predominant Greek community. People from all over Toronto often come to the Danforth in order to experience authentic Greek food at restaurants such as Mezes, and entertainment that can be found at venues such as the Danforth Music Hall. Every year, the Danforth hosts “Taste of the Danforth”, which showcases Greek food and culture, and attracts thousands of Torontonians and tourists.
The Danforth features a number of detached and semi-detached houses, in addition to a variety of townhouses. The young homeowners in the neighbourhood are able to take advantage of the many fine schools located nearby, such as Frankland Community School, Jackman Avenue Junior Public School, and Monarch Park Collegiate Institute. Additionally, a Metro can be found at the corner of Danforth Ave and Victoria Park Ave. Further, since the Danforth is located on the Bloor-Danforth subway line, it is extremely easy for individuals to get to and from various parts of Toronto.