Old world charm meets new age eclecticism
Some of the most beautiful old houses are found here, in one of Guelph’s old-timer-neighbourhoods – St Georges. Majestic trees along with the Eramosa and Speed rivers adorn backyards big and small. Undergoing intense renewal from big city kids seeking old world charm, the neighbourhood is a patchwork of old and new. But in this eclectic mix of high-end living and industrial revival, the local Portuguese, Italian, and Greek grocers have discerning patrons, ones that know where to buy theirfrom, and where to head for the best pane in the city. St Georges’ proud Italian-Canadian community pitches its annual festival tent right here. Amo Club Italiano? You betcha.
Our foodie’s recommend: Angelino’s bread
Downtown Guelph 2017 Market Data