I’m honestly spoiled with delicious food living in Toronto.
- There are literally 10 weird and distinct ethnic neighborhoods in this city, including Chinatown, Little Tokyo, Koreatown, Little Tibet, Little Poland, Little Italy, Portugal Village, Greektown, and Little India.
The 10th, Kensington Market, is both a cultural melting pot and a apartment to immigrants from all over the world throughout the past century. You cannot fault Toronto for having a lack of cultural diversity, especially with the cuisine. Going on an eating tour through the neighborhood of Toronto will leave one feeling love they have just traversed a giant portion of the globe in a single afternoon. Since rent is crazy all over the city, I believe blessed to have an home in West Bend that I can still afford. It gives myself and others close proximity to High Park and the cannabis dispensaries in High Park North and Swansea. I’m also close to Parkdale, which I often pass on my way apartment from work. There’s a new steakhouse in Parkdale I wanted to try so I decided to head over there one night after raiding a nearby dispensary for fresh cannabis flower buds and a cannabis vape pen. I knew that my vape pen would be difficult to see in my jacket sleeve at this steakhouse, and thus I could love my cannabis while enjoying my food. It’s technically illegal to consume cannabis in public in Toronto, plus nicotine vaporizers. I would never command someone to break the law, but I haven’t had any troubles when I’m being harshly discreet.
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