One of Toronto's most vibrant and cosmopolitan neighbourhoods, GreekTown is also one of the City's best known Business Improvement Associations with over 400 members.

Our clean and safe community offers something for everyone, with a wide array of restaurants, retail stores, services and cafes, all within easy walking distance from each other.

Take a bite out of GreekTown by visiting one of our many restaurants, lounges, cafes, or bakeries that feature traditional Greek cuisine, along with the other multi-ethnic establishments in the area that offer a variety of tastes that will tantalize anyone's taste buds. Come to the Danforth and enjoy a meal with the family, have a cocktail or two with friends and co-workers, or take a little bit of GreekTown home.

In the recent years the Chair of GreekTown BIA, Mr. Constantine Voidonicolas and his board have helped to grow their annual festival knows as The Taste of Danforth to be one of the world's largest street festivals. All profits from the annual festival are donated to support organizations such as:

- East General Hospital – over 1,5 million dollars
- Neighbourhood schools
- Greek community
- Old Age Home
- Greek Student Association of York
- Participation with the local Police
- All Greek parades held on the Danforth

In addition, we are proud to announce that from this year forward we will be helping one of the most known charitable organization of Greece which supports Children in need- “To Hamogelo Tou Paidiou”. For any additional info or donations about "To Hamogelo Tou Paidiou" please contact our offices or visit their website directly at

GreekTown is also home to retailers with stores that range from specialty items such as bridal and baptismal ware, jewellery, every day and special occasion fashion all of which insure that you are up to date with the latest fashions and accessories. More

Marathon flame arrives from Greece to Greektown on the Danforth
ScotiaBank Waterfront Marathon
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North America's Premier Greek Festival
Over 50 Restaurants, Rich Wines, Authentic Cooking & Spectacular Live Entertainment!
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Our History
Our BIA was established in August of 1981 as the Danforth Village Business Improvement Area.
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Map & Directions
Toronto is easily accessible by air, car and rail. And no matter what your mode of transportation, getting to GreekTown is even easier.
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Krinos Taste of the Danforth festival
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