Where to eat, play and eat some more on your next Toronto trip.
We’re as surprised as anyone.
’ an Ontario expat. I’ve never worked there or lived nearby. So when people have told me Toronto is a cultureless concrete jungle lled with investment bankers and ugly skyscrapers (and, gasp, no trees!) Ibelieved the rumours, happy to spend my $700 on aticket to Mexico instead of a round trip to “the Six,” as Drake has now decided it’s called. But, guys, I was dead wrong.
There are heritage buildings for days, people of all ages lling the sidewalks, communal party squares and patios (despite Vancouver supposedly winning the weather game, Toronto is, inexplicably,
lousy with patios, which stay buzzing year-round), and some of the best boutique shopping and farm-to-fork dining this side of…well, Canada. Sorry, Vancouver—you’ve got some competition.
The Strip Eat your heart out, Robson Street. Toronto’s Queen Street West is boutique shopping at its “Oh, where’d you get that?” finest.