crooked star toronto closed

This is what's replacing the Crooked Star on Ossington

Lower Ossington is changing with an influx of new businesses. From big American chains to smaller, locally owned eateries, the street is continuing to evolve

The neighbourhood stalwart Crooked Star closed its doors in December, apparently due to renovations. However, it won't be reopening. Instead a new watering hole will take over the small storefront at 202 Ossington Ave.

MoK (Man of Kent) has moved in to the Dundas and Ossington location. It took over the space in February and it hopes to open within the next couple of weeks. Stay tuned for details about this incoming bar.


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