Toronto Black Attractions

Toronto Black Attractions

by Ingrid Barrett

Neighborhoods outside of Little Jamaica with African-Canadian residents & businesses


Bathurst and Bloor — Bloor north to Dupont (Bathurst subway station)

Kensington Market — Spadina between College and Dundas (Spadina subway station)

Jane and Finch — Jane/Finch Mall

Jane and Wilson — North York Sheridan Mall

Malvern — Malvern Mall

Weston — Weston Road/Lawrence

Little Ethiopia — Bloor Street between Christie Street and Ossington Avenue (Christie or Ossington subway station
)
Little Ethiopia 2 and Muslim District — 
Danforth Avenue between Pape and Coxwell (Pape, Donlands, Greenwood and Coxwell subway station

s)

Nightclubs, Restaurant, Shops and Grocers

Jazz Cafe (Kensington Market)

https://www.poetryjazzcafe.com



Caribbean Corner Groceries (Kensington Market)

African Drums and Craft (Kensington Market)



Harlem Underground (Queen West)

http://www.harlemrestaurant.com



Scott Hill Caribbean Cuisine

http://scotthillcuisine.ca



V Caribbean Vegan Restaurant (Weston)

Art Gallery and Museums


BAND Art Gallery

http://band-rand.com/site



Sheffield Park Black History museum (Clarksberg, ON)

https://www.sheffieldparkblackhistory.com/



Raps Barbecue

Raps Barbecue, Little Jamaica

Places of Worship

First Baptist, 
http://www.fbctoronto.ca/



Festivals


Iriefest — http://iriemusicfestival.com



AfroFest — 1st weekend in July, 
https://afrofest.ca



Caribana — 1st weekend in August, 
https://www.caribanatoronto.com



Jambana — 1st weekend in August, 
http://jambana.com
 


Hot Pot, Little Jamaica

Hot Pot, Little Jamaica

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