Shopping

Toronto

Shopping

Fashion is alive and well in Toronto. Here’s a sampling of boutiques that define the creative spirit of this city’s fashion scene.

Shopping

Kensington Market

Kensington Market

Kensington Ave

For amazing vintage finds, vinyls or even chocolate treats, Kensington Market is a one-stop shop.

Shopping

Yorkville

Over the rainbow

101 Yorkville Ave

Jeans, jeans and more jeans! Located in the heart of the Bloor-Yorkville hood, this store has the most impressive collection of denim brands for diehard fashionistas.

Shopping

Yorkville

Pink Tartan

78 Yorkville Ave

This Canadian company has a stellar reputation for clothes with clean, elegant lines and an ultra-feminine cut.

Bar Hopping

Toronto

Bar Hopping

Contrary to popular belief, Torontonians know how to party. Why else would there be so many bars and clubs?

Bar Hopping

Liberty village

Drake hotel

1150 Queen St W

The Drake is a whole lot more than just a hotel – it’s also a major hub for culture. A glass of wine at the hotel bar comes with a panoply of cultural events.

Bar Hopping

Liberty village

Lost and found

44 Ossington Ave

This elegant establishment is the perfect place to sip on a cocktail while looking oh-so-casual and cool.

Bar Hopping

Fashion district

Weslodge

480 King St W

Inspired by the saloons of the Wild West, Weslodge is nevertheless a classy joint with a laid-back style to match.

Eating

Toronto

Eating

The innovative cuisine of the Toronto restaurant scene has foodies coming back for more.

Eating

Palmerston- Little italy

Bar Isabel

797 College St

This Spanish bar is smack dab in the middle of Little Italy and serves a gorgeous selection of tapas featuring some of the best seafood in the city.

Eating

Fashion district

Mildred's Temple Kitchen

5439 Boulevard Saint-Laurent

Soak up the warm, inviting atmosphere of this ideal spot for brunch (and mimosas) in the sun with friends.

Eating

Financial district

Momofuku Noodle Bar

190 University Ave

The little brother of the famous New York restaurant, Toronto’s Momofuku Noodle Bar is nestled in a giant glass cube in the centre of the city, with an atmosphere and menu to match its über-cool digs.

Music

Toronto

Music

Every world tour includes a stop in Toronto, a perfect complement to the ever-present indie scene.

Music

DOWNTOWN

Massey Hall

178 Victoria St

Inaugurated in 1894, this concert hall is one of the most prestigious in Toronto. For many years, it’s been the venue for today’s hottest bands (pop, rock, etc.).

Music

Molson Canadian amphitheatre

OVO Fest

AUGUST 3-4

909 Lake Shore Blvd W

This music festival is Canadian rapper Drake’s baby, with Outkast set to headline its fifth edition this August.

Music

Niagara

The Hoxton

69 Bathurst St

Dance all night to some of the best beats from international DJs in this industrial-chic bar.

Musts

Toronto

Musts

Like any booming metropolis worth its salt, Toronto is all about green spaces, busy public markets and some hidden gems.

Musts

Port Lands

Cabana Pool Bar

11 Polson Street

Spend the afternoon in the lap of luxury and sunshine as you laze about the turquoise pool with great music and even better cocktails – a little bit of luxe Miami in the heart of Toronto.

Musts

St. Lawrence

St Lawrence Market

92 Front St E

Foodies can put their money where their mouth is at all the farm-fresh produce stalls and specialty stores in the St. Lawrence Market.

Musts

Trinity Bellwood

Trinity Bellwoods Park

155 Crawford St

This is where friends hang out, whether for a lazy picnic or a game of ultimate Frisbee.

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