By: CJ Ramsaran

Toronto, I’m sure you’ve heard by now, is a diverse, multi-cultural City. 

Within the City of Toronto, you will find many smaller communities.   Each known for their lush and vibrant heritage, and each full of community pride and spirit!

Greek Town, situated along Danforth Ave (between Broadview & Jones Ave) has been centre stage for the past 17 years as host to North America’s Premier Greek Festival – Taste of the Danforth. 

The 2010 Taste of the Danforth is brought to you by Pilaros; running  from Friday, August 6th – Sunday, August 8th.

Take a stroll over to the Danforth this weekend to enjoy the best in Greek Cuisine.  The sizzle & thrill of the grill: gyros, shish kabobs, and the best souvlaki and spanakopita (spinach pie) you’ll find outside of Greece itself.  You will also be able to indulge in a variety of savoury Thai Cuisine while you are there.

While you are walking along the Danforth, be sure to take in the various performing arts; live bands, music, belly dancing, and other cultural events the street festival has to offer. 

You will be enlightened by the warm, friendly Greek hospitality and by the many festivities waiting to be unearthed at the 2010 Pilaros Taste of the Danforth. 


For more details visit:

Taste of the Danforth OR Greek Town Toronto