SCHULTZ & CHOI’S FAVOURITE THINGS TO DO IN TORONTO

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CHOI: DUFFERIN GROVE PARK

I have two young kids, and I love the play­grounds and parks. There are Fri­day night com­mu­nity din­ners, and there’s a huge dirt pit with shov­els. Kids come and start dig­ging a hole. Next day an­other kid comes, fills that hole.

SCHULTZ: KENS­ING­TON MAR­KET

Right now it’s at the tip­ping point. I hope it doesn’t go over. It’s still bo­hemian, and you can run into all types, but there is a food mo­ment in Kens­ing­ton. There are great fish stores, the best butcher in Sana­gan’s, spices. It is fan­tas­tic for food­ies right now.

CHOI: KORE­ATOWN

Both north and south, North York and Bloor and Christie: the va­ri­ety of food. The restau­rants are get­ting more spe­cific, and it’s more com­pet­i­tive now, so that one dish is get­ting bet­ter and bet­ter.

SCHULTZ: THE IS­LANDS

I love them. Last year, we rented a boat, and he gave us a tour of the back chan­nels, and it is so beau­ti­ful. You don’t see any­body. I’m a bird­watcher, and it’s great for that.

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