Recently there was much discussion around this famous bakery in Toronto: Yung Sing. Many people I know have fond memories of going there and eating their famous pastry. And not just people I know, as this shows: Why Chinese bakery Yung Sing is one of the most fondly remembered in Toronto
That got me reminiscing about the street that Yung Sing is on. Baldwin Street has many famous places that incorporate Toronto history. You can see one example of that in this piece: Yiddish sign survives threat to last vestige of Jewish enclave on Baldwin | The Star.
And John’s and Yung Sing are just a few of the great places on Baldwin. You can read about more of them here: Toronto patios: Baldwin St. | The Star.
That’s an older piece, but there’s still some of those places. And there are other places that are new and great, like Omai.
I miss Baldwin Street. I used to go often before the pandemic. It’s easy to get to from Spadina Avenue and it’s just up from the AGO, making it a perfect destination. I need to go back soon.
If you want to learn more about the street, read this: Baldwin Village – Wikipedia
(Image linked to in the story on the Yiddish sign).