Also known as Greektown on the Danforth or simply, The Danforth, the Greektown neighbourhood in Toronto is also a Business Improvement Area. It is also one of the major settlement areas of early Greek immigrants to Toronto, hence the large array of Greek culture and cuisine found here.

The boundaries of this neighbourhood are just south of Danforth Avenue on the south side, Greenwood Avenye on the east side, Milverton Blvd and Fulton Avenue on the northside, and Humpton Avenue and Broadview Avenue on the west side. 

Notable Amenities at Greektown:

1. School and Educational Facilities: Frankland Community School, Jackman Avenue Junior Public School, Wilkinson Junior Public School, Danforth Collegiate and Technical Institute, Subway Academy I, Holy Name Catholic Elementary

2. Food and Restaurants: Athens Pastries (Bakeries and Mediterranean), Pizzeria Libretto (Pizza, Italian), Pantheon Restaurant (Greek, Mediterranean), Messini Authentic GyrosMezesTsaa Tea ShopMr PideCrema Coffee Co.Von DoughnutsSimone’s Caribbean RestaurantPatty and Franks Gourmet Burgers and Hot Dogs

Getting to Greektown by Public Transit:

Chester, Pape, and Donlands Station on the Bloor/Danforth Subway Line - 300 on Danforth Avenue - 504, 505, and 303 on Broadview Avenue