By Sara Romano The bakers at Bonjour Brioche start preparing the next day’s French pastries before most people have gone to bed. Feb 29, 2020. (Sara Romano/T•) The knocking began well into the night. Henri Feasson was in the basement of the cafe, preparing pastries for the next day. He paused for a moment. Assuming…
The spot they moved to was supposed to be temporary. The new spot was on the back side of industrial-looking building. To even get to the gym you had to enter the building on Carlaw Ave., just south of Gerrard St. E., from there a maze of a hallway ensued with bright yellow “The Rock Oasis” signs pasted on the walls at each corner with arrows to guide people. The new gym’s ceilings were half the height of the last gym, and the location was in the heart of Leslieville, east of downtown.
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