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Koreatown is an ethnic enclave in Toronto, known for its Korean businesses. The area developed during the 1970s due to an influx of Korean immigrants.
A lot of Korean Restaurants and you can get some special Korean local souvenirs here.
Beautiful neighborhood, plenty of ethnic restaurants and at side of Christie Subway Station. University students, young and vibrant environment.
This bustling area is full of some of the best Korean restaurants in the city. Sunrise and Korea House are two spots worth trying. There are lots of bars, pubs and shops that make for a fun afternoon/evening.
This small stretch of Bloor Street in midtown Toronto lies just west of the Annex/University of Toronto and features a range of affordable eateries. You can browse through boutiques with vibrant Korean fashions and in-demand beauty products before trying to figure whether you’re in the mood for…
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“Little Italy is the area just north of Trinity Bellwoods. It's full of restaurants and shops - and don't let the name fool you - while there are lots of Italian restaurants, there are plenty more from all over the world. College Street is the main commercial street where these can be found, but getting lost on the tree'd streets can be a lovely way to spend the day as well.”
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“Traditionally an area where immigrants from Portugal settled, it is now a centre for good restaurants, bars and galleries. ”
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“Next to University of Toronto's St. George Campus, The Annex is a lively area that draws students to its casual eateries, indie bookshops, bars and cafes on Bloor Street West. It also has the iconic Lee's Palace rock concert venue, the quirky Hot Docs Ted Rogers Cinema and the Royal Ontario Museum art and natural history museum, one of the largest in North America. ”
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“Play basketball, or just have a little hangout with a friend, with a picnic blanket”
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