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What Toronto neighbourhood most needs an LCBO?

Which Toronto neighbourhood most needs an LCBO? If the question makes your ears perk up and your pulse race, it looks like you might live in the southern portion of the Annex - or at least a lot of eager Annex drinkers were online yesterday evening when we posed the question to our Twitter followers.

While the battle between LCBOs is forever ongoing (if your entire Eastern European section is Portuguese wines, I'm judging you), some hoods in Toronto still don't yet have the privilege to complain. I used to cry into my pillow about Toronto's lack of horseradish vodka, but now that I'm back in the once-dry Junction, I've got bigger woes.

Unfortunately for you, thirsty Annexers, one of the more recently opened LCBO's is just south in Little Italy at College and Euclid, so a Bloor location may have to wait. But there is, of course, a location in the Annex on Dupont near Spadina. People-Of-Honest-Ed's, while you're not Weston and 401, at least you have the Wine Rack and you don't live by Fort York, where one can't buy beer, booze, or groceries. (Unless you do - tell us about it.)


















Does your neighbourhood need an LCBO more than the whiney old Annex? Let us know in the comments.


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