Terroni Spaccio has opened on Sackville St, as crazy as thay sounds.

The Italian eating wonder place chain, with numerous outlets around Toronto selling good tradionial and slightly bold Italian bakery and a list of other staples from the country has opened a 16000 sq foot venue on Sackville St which along with retailing will prepare foods for their other locations.

The space includes a space a  bakery, catering, butchery and a gelateria, while outside you are in one if Toronto most disruptive communities, yet one that is a half decade away from change, which will only come when the building of the condos moves up to blocks to Queen St.

A bit from their web site,

first Terroni on Queen West was modest, a small store selling southern Italian staples. To display their wares, the guys stacked olive oil and tomato cans on a skid and put it in the front window. In the beginning they made more money from a coin-operated foosball machine than from the store itself. Elena, Cosimo’s soon-to-be wife, would work the old cash register, the kind that had levers and a crank

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