2 mentions in Must-see during Toronto weekend trip?
Annemarie D. said, "...Since you mentioned eating and architecture, you probably shouldn't miss the Distillery District or a trip to The Gooderham and Worts Distillery which largely still operates out of the same building it began operating out of in 1837. But my favorite area..." See More
Robyn B. said, "...Well for architecture you must check out the Royal Ontario Museum for a gorgeous museum near Yorkville (our fancy neighbourhood), the Distillery District for the only cobblestone walking streets in the city. El Catrin is an amazing Mexican restaurant in the district...." See More
2 mentions in Must go places in Toronto?
Kate M. said, "...you've been here before or not. There's the Art Gallery of Ontario, Royal Ontario Museum, CN Tower, Ripley's Aquarium of Canada, Distillery District, Chinatown, and Casa Loma. West Queen Street West was just named the 2nd hippest neighborhood in the world...." See More
Kim D. said, "...world. The best way to describe Toronto is a collection of neighbourhoods with something for everyone. Some mainstay staples are the Distillery District where you can walk around visit galleries and cafes, see the historic buildings and you're right close to everything..." See More
2 mentions in Awesome things to do and eat in Toronto?
Kim D. said, "...area visit the Steam Whistle Brewing for a tour and a taste of the local brew. Close by is also the Distillery District and St. Lawrence Market two things not to miss in T.O. If live music is of interest Lee's Palace..." See More
Ellie H. said, "...Toronto has tons of beautiful shops and restaurants that are amazing! Check out the Distillery District, Dundas West Station (loads of cool coffee shops), and visit The Monkey's Paw book shop on Dundas West for a really cool take on a..." See More
2 mentions in Best neighborhoods in Toronto?
Ty B. said, "...I love the Distillery District. A friend of mine works near there and showed me around and it's a great place. Tons of great shopping and dining and all kinds of fun events...." See More
Kim D. said, "...and more about livable neighbourhoods then they are for visitors or attractions. Downtown the main area for visitors tends to be Distillery District Entertainment District Yonge-Dundas Square Yorkville Queen Street West In terms of hotels I've had friends and family highly recommend..." See More
Marie-France R. said, "...new Ripley's Aquarium of Canada, Royal Ontario Museum, or Art Gallery of Ontario. For a different atmosphere, head out to the Distillery District which is a pedestrianized zone lined with historical buildings converted into unique shops and restaurants. For cheaper food, check..." See More
Jamie D. said, "...Definitely check out the Distillery District, it's full of galleries and interesting cafes, we had a great time exploring there this summer. I found that recommendation and a few other interesting places on this guide that we at WhereFare have complied..." See More
1 mention in Where should I shop in Toronto?
Seamus James B. said, "...each night you're in town pick a neighbourhood to sample like Little Italy (College St West), Chinatown (Spadina Road), Greek Town, Distillery District (Parliament & Front), Harbourfront Centre (recently revitalized) and my personal favourite "The Village" which is a colourful mix of..." See More
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