Thursday, January 6, 2011

The Senator


Housed in a house built in the 1860s, The Senator has been a Toronto landmark since 1948. With most of its 1940s interior intact it's a great place to eat. Upstairs was a well-known jazz club, Top O' The Senator, until its closing in 2005. Love the old signage.

Taking part in Signs,Signs. For more click here.

8 comments:

LĂșcia said...

I love the atmosphere of old places!
Hope the jazz club reopens again. ;-)

Michael Rowland said...

Pat, nice to remember, I was there a long time ago,,, thanks,,,M

Inger-M said...

Very nice sign!
Thanks for your visit and comment on my blog :-)

Lesley said...

I remember going to Top o' the Senator, way back... it always seemed such an intimate place.

Glad to see you participating, Redpat!

Sharon said...

Looks inviting. I'd stop in for a meal if I was there.

Randy said...

I love jazz clubs. This one must have been fun.

Jack said...

It does look like it has been around for a while. Maybe they will decide to give the jazz club another try.

EG Wow said...

I like the old signage too. I've never been there, though.