One of the whackiest atttractions at TORONTO’s Canadian National Exhibition in the twenties – lighting a stuntman on fire and having him jump from a very high place. That was entertainment!
“This place is the mothership of nostalgia, tradition, and a whole lotta grease, and a reason I keep returning to the Canadian National Exhibition year after year. A lot of these restaurants can be found elsewhere, but not all together like this, nor with such surrounding joy. Funnel cakes, schnitzel, ribs, waffle fries, samosas, pizza on a stick, Tiny Tom doughnuts, and the best perogies ever, with their soft skins drowning in a pool of dill butter.” HEART STOPPING LOVE, Connie T./Yelp