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2. NEIGHBOURHOOD LAUNDROMAT CAFÉ
547 Hamilton Rd.
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irst and foremost, it’s not just a laundromat — it’s a comfortable and funky place. Besides adding a kitchen (with poutine!) and bigger machines, Neighbourhood Laundromat Café offers a pick-up
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4. TASCA PIRI PIRI
770 Hamilton Rd.
A family tradition dating back to their time in the the
Portugal, Tasca Piri Piri is meant to be a home away from home. Specializing in Portuguese and European cuisine, the neighbourhood eatery brings a twist of food and art to life in the Forest City. With meals cooked by the owner’s own
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3. STUDIO COLLECTIVE
20 Kitchener Ave., Unit 32
With a mission to empower photographers, videographers, events,
Collective has been called the best accident that has happened to the Forest City. A hub where artists can come together and support each other, the studio offers two unique shooting areas from a boudoir set-up with ample space and natural light to a fashion studio with an infinity wall, makeup station
orkshops, and exhibits to get creative, Studio w
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The collective also carries a large range of studio equipment and lighting for hire (on site only).
change/styling area for clients and models.
studiocollectivelondon.com
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