The St. Lawrence Market Neighbourhood in Old Town Toronto continues to be a place where old and new coexist, where heritage buildings stand alongside modern condominiums and businesses. It is a place to eat whether at one of the many fine dining restaurants or relaxing with a pint at a friendly pub or exploring the 208 year old St. Lawrence Market to enjoy a wide array of international gourmet treats or stock up on fresh, locally grown produce. Lovers of the arts flock to see world class live performances of theatre, dance and music on Front Street and shop for unique fine home decor and design in the King East Design District. Free events include Movies and Music in St. James Park, the spectacular food festival The Feast of St. Lawrence, a Shakespeare play in Bard in Berczy, lunchtime music at Berczy Beats and historical re-enactors and artisans showcasing the history of the area. It’s all part of what makes Old Town Toronto a popular destination for residents, businesses and visitors.