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Kerr Village

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ALB wrote a review Jan. 2020
Oakville, Canada2 contributions2 helpful votes
To call this street an attraction is laughable. Most places have closed down to high rent and what’s left is struggling. There’s some good restaurants but nothing special and the area is full of decaying buildings, stores that close early and zero nightlife. Lots of mentally ill and drug addicts that harass people and make running a business even more difficult as they wander into establishments and annoy customers. Terrible drivers make this street a nightmare to walk along and Kerr and Speers is something special as entitled, speeding drivers ignore safety and will mow pedestrians down despite the stop lights. Lots of car collisions because everyone is in a hurry or playing on their phones. Lots of drunk drivers around the various dive bars in the area and walking alone at night as a woman can be scary because you will get accosted by drunk perverts. Lots of car break ins and bicycle thefts so keep an eye on your property.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Dan P wrote a review Aug. 2019
Oakville, Canada9 contributions2 helpful votes
The strip of Kerr Street from the Lakeshore to just south of Speers Road is a great place to wonder for an afternoon and find some local shops and restaurants that are truly locally owned and operated. A number of merchants who have been driven out by the ridiculous rents and lack of parking on the Lakshore in downtown Oakville have relocated here. Maro's, Gingerman (closed for renovations at this time) and Kerr Street Cafe are fabulous! Gear Music is one of the best guitar and music gear shops in the GTA, and there are some lovely small parks to sit and people-watch and enjoy your coffee. In the evening, check out the Moonshine Cafe for the best live music in Oakville.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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Kevin H wrote a review Jan. 2019
Oakville, Canada71 contributions16 helpful votes
Kerr Village is a charming collection of shops offering a wide range of interesting dining options, specialty shops, and convenient services (at least 7 barber shops and hair salons) on a good street to park and walk to reach any of these great choices. Stoney's, The Mermaid and Oyster, Gingerman's Social Eatery, Boffo's, Kerr Street Cafe, The Sweetest Thing, and many more great food options offer lots of choices. Cheese, balsamic vinegar, and coffee shops add to the wide range of options It is easy to park and walk to any part of Kerr Village and it's well worth a visit.
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Date of experience: January 2019
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Andrea G wrote a review Sep. 2018
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By far, if you only visit one restaurant, make it Jac's Bistro on Kerr Street. Excellent service, delicious food, pleasant staff and a delicious menu!!!
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Date of experience: February 2018
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John B wrote a review Aug. 2018
Oakville, Canada25 contributions3 helpful votes
Kerr Street is becoming more and more interesting. Beginning to rival Lakeshore Road for interesting restaurants and shops. Visiting Oakville, you must take time to walk up Kerr Street.
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Date of experience: August 2018
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