4 Trendy Toronto Neighbourhoods
Posted on: November 15, 2019 |
Toronto is made up for many different diverse neighbourhoods. Whether you’re looking to learn a little bit about the history of Toronto, watch the game in a restaurant or bar or shop at unique shops, there is a neighbourhood for you in Toronto. Are you looking to explore Toronto? Read this blog to learn a little bit about 4 popular Toronto neighbourhoods.
The 4 Top Toronto Neighbourhoods to Visit
Just west of Chinatown is Kensington Market. Kensington Market is a thriving artistic, bohemian style hub in Toronto. This area has many different independent stores, restaurants, bars, shops and more. The area is also rich in vintage clothing stores, bookstores and other miscellaneous items to purchase. You can also find food from all over the world, making this area very popular for visitors.
The Distillery District is a historic area dedicated to entertainment, arts and culture. Long ago, this area started with just a windmill and grew into Gooderham and Worts distillery, the world’s largest. Before developers saw the potential to create a space for artists, creatives and entrepreneurs, twenty years ago, this area was just filled with Victorian era buildings.
Nowadays, Distillery District is one of Toronto’s best tourist attractions, with many different theaters, galleries, boutiques, cafes and restaurants. No matter where you stop to eat, there will be a great selection of wines from all over the world and beers made right in the Distillery District.
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The New York Times said it was “emerging as Toronto’s hippest place to dine, drink shop and live”. A character filled area filled with Victorian row houses, Leslieville was also the inspiration for the famous Degrassi. Today the evolving hood features Toronto’s widest selection of brunch spots, plenty of activities for families and pets and of course the legendary Chez Nous wine bar.
Yorkville is widely known as the fashion district in Toronto. Here, you can shop designer brands, such as: Tiffany, Chanel and Hermes along Bloor’s ‘Mink Mile’. This upscale area has many different museums, art galleries, high end shops, restaurants and more. The Bata Shoe Museum, Gardiner Museum and Royal Ontario Museum are a few of the museums located in this area.
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