Alice Fazooli’s Restaurant in the Entertainment District is gone

While walking in the Entertainment District, I noticed that the building that housed the popular Alice Fazooli’s Restaurant at 290 Adelaide Street West is being demolished. The site will become a condominium named the “Bond.” 

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Photo of the restaurant on Adelaide Street, taken on 6 October 2012. The facade of Fazooli’s remains recognizable behind the fencing. The interior of the restaurant has already been demolished.

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The sign for Fazooli’s that faces Adelaide Street will soon disappear forever.

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This photo looks at Fazooli’s from the west side, near John Street. On the left-hand side of the photo is Adelaide Street.

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These photos were taken from the north side of the property, looking south toward Adelaide Street

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Homes from the 1870s on Richmond Street that have now been demolished.

https://tayloronhistory.wordpress.com/2012/08/01/homes-from-1870s-on-richmond-street-disappear-forever-in-july-of-2012/

What is the mysterious shell of a building at the northwest corner of Peter and Richmond Streets?

https://tayloronhistory.wordpress.com/2012/08/02/mysterious-building-hulk-at-corner-of-peter-and-richmond-streets-is-a-historical-landmark/

Photos of the Entertainment District in the early-hours of the morning, during a sweltering heat wave in July

https://tayloronhistory.wordpress.com/2011/07/08/photos-of-torontos-entertainment-district-at-night/

The relocating of the building at the corner of John and Richmond Streets that housed the “Fox and Fiddle Pub.”

https://tayloronhistory.wordpress.com/2011/07/30/relocating-the-building-at-adelaide-and-john-streets-that-was-the-fox-and-fiddle-pub/

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