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Richmond and John Toronto

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Welcome to the famous corner of Richmond Street West and John Street on a weekday evening.

Just north up the street is the former CityTV / MuchMusic headquarters, the Beaver and the Firkin Pub and just south are the famous little strip of restaurants including Milestone's, Hooters, Alice Fazooli's, Fox and the Fiddle.... and further down... the intersection of King Street (theatre district).

And on the west side of the street is the former Paramount Theatre... now the Scotia Theatre... attached to a 3-level Chapters bookstore.

Enjoy.

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