Looking towards the Black Bull Tavern, once the Hotel Clifton, at the northeast corner of Queen St W St and Soho St, in Toronto’s Entertainment District.
The tavern has a rich history dating back to 1833, when it was first built. It was later rebuilt in 1886 and recognized for its historical significance by the city, which granted it heritage status in 1980. To this day, the Black Bull Tavern remains a popular neighbourhood spot.
Then and Now
- Photo: Denise Marie for TorontoJourney416
- Vintage Photo: Toronto Public Library