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Taste of the Danforth

Toronto Star staff photographer Keith Beaty took in the sights and sounds of the Pilaros Taste of the Danforth, August 7, 2010, the annual celebration of Greek culture, and Canada's largest street festival.

Danforth001 John Pachis and Sam Noulini of the Black Swan Tavern cook up souvlaki.  KEITH BEATY/TORONTO STAR

Danforth002 Patrons queue at a vendor's table for fresh Greek food. KEITH BEATY/TORONTO STAR

Danforth003 2-yr-0ld Mackenzie Lee Charbonneau makes friends with Petula, a 10-year-old Bassett Hound.

Danforth004 David Valente of the Souls of Steel Orchestra provides some musical accompaniment. KEITH BEATY/TORONTO STAR


People crowd the Danforth on a beautiful Toronto afternoon. KEITH BEATY/TORONTO STAR

Danforth006 Performers from Hannan's Bellydancing entertain the crowd. KEITH BEATY/TORONTO STAR


An overall view of some of th crowd on the Danforth today. KEITH BEATY/TORONTO STAR

Danforth008 Milton Alves and Radojkac Vrabac serve up Brazilian Pineapple (coated with brown sugar and cinnamon) at Rodeo Brazilian Steakhouse. KEITH BEATY/TORONTO STAR

Danforth010Chef Mili Fernandez of Embujo Flamenco Tapas Restaurant cooks up a big batch of paella.   KEITH BEATY/TORONTO STAR


Kids from the Joy of Dance Centre wait for their chance to perform on one of the three stages. KEITH BEATY/TORONTO STAR


Danforth Avenue overflows with people enjoying the annual Taste of the Danforth Festival. KEITH BEATY/TORONTO STAR


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