|Dundas West Station|
Dundas West Subway (not to be confused with Dundas), is on the Bloor-Danforth line of the Toronto Transit Commission (TTC). It was opened to the public in 1966 and serves about 25,000 people a day. Located between Dundas West station and Keele is a small rail yard, used to store only about 6 cars, making it the smallest yard on the system. It’s called Vincent yard.
|Blue Bay Cafe-Cajun Food|
A unique feature of Dundas West station is a McDonald’s restaurant located directly beside the TTC collector booth. It’s accessible from both in or outside the station. So if you are in a hurry and having a Mac attack, it’s a great location. If you are looking to dine at a classier establishment, the Blue Bay Café, located 2243 Dundas St. West is a spike-heeled running distance from the Dundas West subway station. It’s a vegetarian restaurant that serves up spicy hot food and I must admit, I am partial to samosas, but forced myself to try an okra-based dished with tomatoes and onions. This place can turn a meat lover into a vegetarian!