Toronto is a city of neighbourhoods. There are 140 neighbourhoods officially recognized by the City of Toronto. Each neighbourhood has distinctive restaurants, stores and other local businesses. Here are some of Toronto’s coolest neighbourhoods!
This is my most favourite neighbourhood in the city. I love the variety of restaurants, bars and boutiques. The restaurants range from Vietnamese, Japanese, Canadian, Italian, Greek and even Cuban! The Ossington is arguably the city’s best hood for drinking and dining. Try “Pho Tian Thanh”, “Bang Bang Ice Cream” and end the night with a rotating selection of unique beer on the “Bellwoods Brewery” patio! If you still have energy, head to “Get Well” for some free arcade games!
The Gooderham and Worts Distillery was one the largest whiskey distillery’s in the world. It features one of the best examples of Victorian-era Industrial Architecture in North America. It was restored and converted to a commercial and residential district about 15 years ago. The heritage buildings contain numerous cafés, restaurants, and shops. There is also a theatre, art galleries, jewellery stores and the famous “Mill Street Brewery”. Grab some chocolate gelato at “Soma” and a cup of coffee or tea at “Balzac’s” before your next appointment!
The most famous Toronto outdoor market is an electic mix of vintage clothing stores, grocers, restaurants and cafes. There are also several bakeries, spice and dry goods stores, and cheese shops. The market attracts lots of tourists and locals due to its diversity. Car-free Sundays throughout summer make space for free concerts, art exhibitions and displays. Try Toronto’s best tacos at “Seven Lives” and cool off with their tropical soft serve at their newest addition “Seven Lives Paleteria”.
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About Ann Choltida:
Ann Choltida is a salesperson at Right at Home Realty Inc., Brokerage. Real Estate has been her passion when she moved to Canada many years ago. She is an avid supporter of Habitat for Humanity. She loves to travel and has worked in the jewellery industry for several years before becoming involved in real estate. To find out more please visit www.Property416.com