3030 dundas west

Popular Dundas West bar shuttered due to fire

Toronto bar and concert venue 3030 Dundas West has been forced to shut its doors after a fire broke out in one of the apartments above this popular Junction spot.

Luckily, no one was injured in last week's fire, however, 3030 hasn't announced when it's going to reopen. Though, in an update on its Facebook page it said that its pinball machines, VHS collection and beer taps were all safe.

Here's the original statement 3030 posted following the fire:

Hello All.

Thank you for your concerns regarding last night's incident. Please know that ALL are safe and sound. Unfortunately this originally external fire has taken it's toll inside the venue and sadly 3030 will be CLOSED until further notice.

We understand this situation may throw a lot of people's plans for dinner, drinks, pinballing and the enjoyment of some pretty amazing live musical acts, but again, everyone is Safe, and that is our first concern. Our next will be making sure we are OK to open again and get us all back to having some dinner, drinks, games of pinball and sharing music together. We miss that already.

Thank you all again for your concern and support. We will update you as soon as we know more about getting doors open again.

All Our Best.


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