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Twenty Questions with Stefan Brogren, King of Canada’s Degrassi Franchise About His Trinity Bellwoods Neighbourhood

You probably remember him as ‘Snake from Degrassi‘ and boy has he probably heard a lot of that, but as the only actor to appear in every season of the Degrassi franchise, Stefan Brogren has become a straight up Canadian television icon. More recently adding producing and directing to his list of Degrassi duties, Stefan can most often be found on set dispensing the secrets to his long and fruitful career. Off duty, he loves to stick close to home and enjoy all the culture, creativity, and comfort that his Trinity Bellwoods neighbourhood provides. Here, he shares some of his favourite spots…

 

Best independent coffee shop:

White Squirrel

 

 

Best comfort food:

Chippy’s

 

 

Best place to buy unique/fun gifts:

Magic Pony

 

 

Where he picks up food on the run:

Porchetta & Co.

 

 

Best yoga:

Downward Dog

 

 

Stefan’s zen spot:

Trinity Bellwoods Park

 

 

His favourite dog park:

Also…Trinity Bellwoods Park

 

 

Best people watching:

You guessed it; Trinity Bellwoods Park!

 

 

Where Stefan swings by before hosting a dinner party:

The Healthy Butcher

 

 

Best place that has been around forever and ever:

Old York Bar and Grill

 

 

What spot, venue, boutique or space makes him most happy?

Lee’s Palace

 

 

Best spot for healthy living:

Fresh

 

 

Favourite place for home decor:

CB2

 

 

Best street for walking:

Queen St. West

 

 

Stefan’s favourite gallery:

Diaz Contemporary

 

 

Best bar:

A creature of habit…Old York Bar and Grill

 

 

Where he’ll always take out of towners:

The Black Hoof

 

 

Best take out:

One of a Kind Pasta

 

 

Favourite pasta:

Buca

 

 

Best grocery shopping:

The new Loblaws (@ Queen & Portland)

 

 

 

 

Follow Stefan on Twitter @stefanbrogren

 

 

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