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Toronto's Chinatown is a long-established community and one of the largest Chinatowns in North America. "Old Chinatown" refers to the main Chinatown area along Spadina Avenue south of Dundas Street West, since there are several Chinese communities in and around the city. The main downtown Chinatown is the destination of choice for Chinese specialties, medicinal herbs, and fresh produce. While you're in the neighborhood, visit the Grossman Tavern for a night of live folk, blues, or jazz music.