Ideally situated opposite the Eaton Centre , this downtown theater, one block south of Dundas and one east of Yonge street . ... More
Ideally situated opposite the Eaton Centre , this downtown theater, one block south of Dundas and one east of Yonge street . Billed as Toronto's finest vaudeville house in the 1920s, the façade has changed along with the players that take to its stage. Now, after being a comic theater house, motion picture palace and a contemporary cinema, it has been returned to the look that first made it famous. Canon Theater was formerly Pantages Theater.
This grand theater house, Royal Alexandra Theatre, is worth seeing for its architecture and opulence as well as for the
entertainment. Built in 1907 and pulled out of the demolition doldrums by Ed Mirvish, the Royal Alex, as locals ...
Not too many places can combine hot salsa dancing with dining just as exquisitely, but this Latin club restaurant does
just that. Patrons come for the Seared Sea Bass and stay for the meringue being dished out on the ...
Located in the Bathurst and College Street area, Plaza Flamingo combines an exotic dining experience with live guitar music and
Spanish flamenco dancing. Shows run Tu Su and packages are available both for show alone, or show and dinner. ...
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