In the Olde Riverside Town Centre Business Association, you’ll have the chance to meet over 50 businesses in the fields of retail, dining, and recreation – and they’re all ready to help you find what you’re looking for. Our businesses feature lady’s fashion, bridal boutiques, gift and ice cream shops, pubs, Italian restaurants, bakeries, beauticians, financial services, the Beer Store, and more!
Steeped in the mystique of prohibition and mariner lore, Olde Riverside was an independent community until 1966, when it amalgamated with the city of Windsor. The Olde Riverside business district, located between the 5300 and 5900 blocks of Wyandotte St. E., continues to provide “small town” shopping, services, and activities in a modern-day setting. Surrounded by a beautiful residential neighbourhood and just one block from the Detroit River, one of the busiest waterways in the world, Olde Riverside proudly portrays its mariner history.
Murals tell the story of Olde Riverside as being that of rum runners and sailors. Five murals adorn the buildings within our association and welcome visitors and shoppers. They are also part of the Canadian Mural Tour.
Our businesses enthusiastically welcome all visitors, tourists, and residents of Michigan. Come and see what your northern neighbours have to offer, and you will not be disappointed.
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