Sunday, June 04, 2006

Old York, Toronto, ON

We got home this afternoon and Ken caught a bus home to Hamilton.

Gord and I walked over to the Wellington Pub for supper. He had the meatloaf and I had curried chicken. Both were good, though the curried chicken is overpriced for what you get.

Then we stopped on our way home at the Old York for a drink. The Old York has a great patio and has the second oldest liquor license in Toronto.

2 comments:

Sheri & SuZan said...

What I loved about Toronto (besides the awsome people) is that you didn't need a car to get anywhere. By far, Toronto has the best mass transit system I have ever seen.

The times I was there was when I was in college so we were on the economy plan (LOL), I can't tell you how many meals we ate at the Spaghetti Wearhouse.

Teena said...

We walk everywhere! That's one of the things we love about Toronto to. We live downtown so everything is very easy to get to.

I haven't been to the Spaghetti Factory in years!! Ha!