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Dufferin Mall Gets Boothed

On my way from No Frills at Dufferin (Sufferin) Mall last night, I noticed the property ungoing renovations, has made its food court much swankier with some wooden booths instead of only the previous two and four-seater tables.

And I can tell the old Greek dudes who regularly gather about are looking at the change with cautinonary eyes.

Damn, I can't even call it the "ghetto mall" anymore -- even Gerrard Square is becoming more urban -- guess that label will have to be reserved for The Galleria.


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