Old Town was given it's name in 1815, making it the oldest named neighbourhood in Toronto. It is made up of low rise buildings and some of the 19th century buildings can still be found in the neighbourhood.  Old Town is found North of St. Lawrence Market and east of the financial district, south of Moss Park, west of Corktown with its boundaries being Queen Street on the north side, Parliament on the east side, Front street on the south side and Church on the west side. 

Notable Amenities at the Distillery District:

1. Schools and Educational Facilities:  Westside Montessori School, George Brown College 

2. Food and Restaurants: Gabby's (Pub), Mengri Gourmet Thai (Thai), Betty's (Pub), South Street (Burgers), Pacific Junction Hotel (Pub food, ping pong, pool tables, pinball machines), Rooster Coffee (coffee shop).

3. Shopping, Leisure, and Recreation: Landmark Worldwide, Toronto's first post office. 

Getting to Old Town by Public Transit:

There are streetcars along King street and Queen street that go through Old Town as well as the Sherbourne bus and Parliament bus.

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