Dancing in the Street
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Dancing in the Street

MacClelland Barclay Dance Part 1938.jpgTorontoist is in demand on the party circuit, with a full dance card this summer (we even salsa’d on St. Clair last weekend). Tonight, it’s Dundas West’s turn to have a party, and everyone’s invited. Starting at the Side Door restaurant (Dundas & Markham) further west past the Chelsea Room (ground zero for hipsters of a certain vintage) to Mexican kitsch boutique Clandestino (ground zero for Mayan hammock lovers of a certain breed).
What’s on:
– Art
– Live music; also, a deejay
– 50% off (or more) everything, at participating retailers like Georgie Bolesworth, Sunshine Deli, Skirt, Model Citizen and Clandestino
– Food and drink from Cocktail Molotov, The Press Club, Café Braziliano, The Side Door, Saving Grace and the Chelsea Room
It’s free. There are prizes. Have your street party passport stamped at each participating business to enter the draw for a basket piled high with goodies and deals from each. Festivities officially kick off at 6pm (unofficially: around 3 o’clock), going strong until about midnight.

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