Fraserhood, The

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The Fraserhood | Nickname | Often called the new Main Street, Fraser Street, particularly near where it intersects with Kingsway, is often referred to as Fraserhood. Ethnically diverse and rapidly gentrifying, the area is home to a bunch of great new restaurants and cafes such as Sal Y Lemon, Earnest Ice Cream, Los Cuervos, Les Faux Bourgeois, Black Lodge, Matchstick Coffee, Savio Volpe and Bells & Whistles.

Usage: “I don’t know if its technically Riley Park or Cedar Cottage. I call it The Fraserhood.”explore-the-lexicon

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