Diner dishes up 65th year of recession-proof eats for celebs and hoi polloi in a tony neighbourhood

(Source: The Star)

In the very tony neighbourhood surrounding ‘Ave and Dav’ in Toronto, Avenue Diner is a symbol of survival after 65 years in business.

A lot has changed in the area, around the intersection of Avenue and Davenport Road, since 1944, but not this tiny piece of real estate.

Avenue Diner is located in a community where houses and condos now are priced at close to $1 million or more. A home-run away are two upmarket restaurants, Joso’s and Sotto Sotto, which cater to the stars like Avenue Diner does. Nearby are ritzy Yorkville and the sophisticated Annex.

Read the full article “Diner making it ‘over easy,’ at Ave and Dav” in The Toronto Star (October 12, 2009).

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