Toronto still has lots of great views, fun ac­tiv­i­ties, and tasty food to of­fer, no mat­ter what the tem­per­a­ture.

Where Toronto - - CONTENTS -

9 A.M.

There are few down­town spots bet­ter to see sea­sonal colours than the Evergreen Brick

Works. Take a hike along the Look­out Path for a per­fect view of the Don Val­ley—and the Toronto sky­line in the dis­tance. 550 Bayview Ave.,

12 P.M.

After your hike, warm up in front of the fireplace at C’est What, one of the homi­est bars in the city, lo­cated in the stone base­ment of a 19th-cen­tury build­ing. En­joy com­fort food like but­ter chicken pou­tine, or try one of the dozens of Cana­dian beers on tap. 67 Front St. E., ces­t­

2 P.M.

Get back out­side and do some twirls un­der the Toronto sign at the Nathan

Phillips Square ice rink.

Skates are avail­able to rent on-site, and there’s a con­ces­sion stand serv­ing hot drinks. You’ll also get a close-up view of the iconic city hall. 100 Queen St. W.,

5 P.M.

En­joy a cup of sea­sonal punch—rum, rye, Amon­til­lado sherry, faler­hum and a mix­ture of fruit juices, served in a teacup— at the Maple Leaf Tav­ern. You might even find your­self tempted to stay for din­ner once you see a home­made burger or grilled trout come out of the kitchen. 955 Gerard St. E., maple­leaf­tav­

7:30 P.M.

Grab a lat­ern and join a Haunted Walk tour of the Dis­tillery Dis­trict. The for­mer home of Good­er­ham & Worts dis­tillery is known as one of the spook­i­est spots in the city! De­parts from 30 Grist­mill Ln., haunt­ed­

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