Just recently the Maple Leaf Gardens, the former home of the Toronto Maple Leafs hockey team was reopened as a supermarket. A couple weekends ago we met some friends there for dinner. While the sushi we bought was nothing to write home about, it was great to see this landmark building rebuilt into something cool.
Interestingly much of the decor pays tribute to the building's history, including this maple leaf symbol made out of plastic lawn chairs. The tables where we ate are covered in Maple Leaf hockey glory of days gone by, and also special events that were hosted there, including that of the renown American preacher, Billy Graham.
Here's a few select shots of the reinvented ML Gardens.