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Ye Olde Grand Tavern – 1014 Howard Avenue

A few weeks back a news story ran about the closing of the Grand Tavern on Howard Avenue, just south of Erie. The building was recently sold, and demolition is planned to provide off street parking for Erie Street patrons.

While there’s not too much to add from the historical/architectural side that I could dig up, I thought I would at least add it to the site before it is demolished.

Any memories of the place? I never set foot in there, but someone out there must have?

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