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Right next to a wine glass of Monte Velho or a bottle of Muralhas.However, do not feel surprised, if you find out later on that the tasty was the only recipe he knew how to cook…The area west of Dufferin Street was a part of the former Town of Brockton.The area to the east of Dufferin and south of Dundas Street is also known as "Beaconsfield Village" dating back to the days of the sub-division of lots in the area around Beaconsfield Avenue. But he also understands Spanish, knows some French he learnt at school, reads half of the Italian words in your guide book and speaks pidgin German.And if somehow you speak another language, you can be confident he will learn it, even if it is just to say, “Hey, what are you doing tonight?Few companies could salvage a reputation after losing personal data on 33 million customers.But if you are running a dating site for extra-marital affairs, one may argue the bar was never that high.
The largest ethnic group are Portuguese and numbers of Portuguese storefronts are located along College and Dundas Streets, giving the area its name. Dundas Street West is a four-lane east-west arterial road running through the centre of the neighbourhood.
He will tell you his secrets, share strong opinions about virtually everything from fixing the roads to solving global warming, and expect to hear yours. If you both agree, you will be closer, if you don’t he will spend the next couple of hours either trying to prove you wrong or trying to understand. You know that terrible, scary day when you get to meet his parents: do you feel scared? The older he is, the happier they will be meet you.
They will offer the best cheese and wine they can afford, while his mother looks at you carefully trying to figure if you are a good match for her boy — even if she has another two at home.
College Street West is a four-lane arterial road approximately a quarter-mile north of Dundas meeting Dundas at its western end just west of Lansdowne Avenue. College Street has several areas of Portuguese restaurants and bars east and west of Dufferin Avenue.
In 2006, the businesses on Dundas Street from the CNR tracks on the west to Rusholme Road on the east organized the 'Dundas West Business Improvement Area.' In 2007, the 'Little Portugal Business Improvement Area' was formed for the stretch of businesses along Dundas Street from Rusholme Road (just east of Dufferin) to Roxton Road (one block east of Ossington) on the east. There are the 505 and 506 streetcar lines along Dundas and College.