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A Toronto favorite street to hangout and pass the time for an afternoon and/or evening. Restaurants, shops and lively vibe on a warm, sunny day. If you are here in summer, try to coordinate your stay with the famous Taste of the Danforth street festival.
This is Old Greektown. A little far to walk, you can easily catch the streetcar or bus going northeast to Broadview Station, then you can leisurely walk East along Danforth Avenue. (If you walk west, Danforth turns into Bloor Street.)
Tons of great shops, bars and restaurants. Go with something in mind or go for a stroll, you're sure to amuse yourselves for hours.
Do you like everything Greek? It's easy to get to Greektown on the Danforth, where the food and community are wonderful.
Amazing strip of Greek restaurants that's a must see, while visiting the Danforth! Messini and Soulas are our favourites!
Traditionally a Greek area, it is now an area with a great variety of restaurants and stores.
Our local main/high street... food, groceries and banks... good for evening strolls
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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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“Queen St East East - lots of great restaurants, parks and of course beaches!!!!!”
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“"The Bovine Sex Club has been 'in' since it opened in early '91. Located on Queen Street West, The Bovine is open 7 days a week." - clubcrawler”
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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.”
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