Le Bar a Soupe

Le Bar A Soupe, Cartel and Fresh @ The Beach Do Deadpool

Thanksgiving weekend has brought with it a fresh round of Deadpool sightings. On Ossington, Le Bar A Soupe has closed after warming west-enders' stomachs with homemade goodness for the past few years. As far as I can recall, this is the first of the newer businesses on Lower Ossington that have closed since the street began to boom earlier this decade.


Near Queen and Bathurst, Cartel has closed after little more than a year in business. I guess the streetwear boutique just couldn't sell enough pricey tees, jeans and sweatshirts to pay the rent at this part of town. A note on the door lets customers know they can find similar brands for sale at Identity at 1735 Queen St. East.

Fresh at the Beach

Speaking of Queen East, brunch hangout Fresh @ The Beach is no more. I never had the pleasure of eating here but apparently their all day breakfasts were one of the better ones in the area.

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