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Best things to do in Forest Hill, Old Toronto

Discover the city according to locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

Hockey Arena
“This park runs across a big part of the city. Nice walking trail. Be prepared to see a lot of runners and a lot of dogs!”
27 locals recommend
Coffee Shop
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“The owner Tony is amazing, the coffee is second to none, and you get to see a lot of awesome people grabbing coffee with their cute babies. ”
11 locals recommend
Cafe
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“located close by in Corso Italia. Wonderful outside patio, great for people watching!”
12 locals recommend
Baseball Field
“This 9 hectare park on Eglinton Avenue West just west of Yonge Street features five multipurpose sports fields, four tennis courts, two ball diamonds, a children's playground and a wading pool. In the winter months there are two artificial ice rinks. Eglinton Park wading pool is the centrepiece of a remarkable play area. Adjacent to the wading pool is the large playground, several soccer fields, baseball/softball diamonds, and public bathrooms. Free parking can be found on the side streets or for a small nominal fee there is ample parking underground located at North Toronto Memorial Community Centre. The wading pool is a short walk away.”
4 locals recommend
Fried Chicken Joint
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“Pick up a family meal of BBQ chicken, potatoes, rice and salad for about $25. So good. ”
4 locals recommend
Light Rail Station
“Line 1 subway which will take you downtown...you can take the 512 eastbound steetcar on St Clair to this subway station, or it's about a 15 minute walk.”
6 locals recommend
Park
“If you are at the top of Casa Loma, walk north (away from the city) and you will come to the park. This too has a lovely view of the city. There are tennis courts, playground, dog park, walking/jogging circle, biking trail, nature trail and is connected to a trail that crosses the upper areas of Toronto.”
7 locals recommend
Restaurant
“Bright, tiled spot offering a menu of comfort food from the griddle, plus salads & sandwiches.”
10 locals recommend
Restaurant
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6 locals recommend
Middle Eastern Restaurant
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“Jerusalem is celebrating 40 years of providing exceptional food, dining & service. Jerusalem Restaurant became the first middle-eastern restaurant to serve the City of Toronto.”
6 locals recommend
Establishment
“Great Green space for family activities, walk a dog, water splash for kids, swimming pools outdoor/indoor, sport exercises ”
7 locals recommend
Restaurant
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“Menu changes nightly in this cozy space with wine bottle candelabras & Italian family- style dining. ”
6 locals recommend
Park
“Great biking/hiking/jogging trail through a bright and safe wooded area. There is also tennis courts, children's play equipment and a splash pad that's open during the summer months.”
7 locals recommend
Bus Station
“A wonderfully multicultural neighbourhood with restaurants from all over the world. Many in short walking distance. Lots of cafes as well.”
7 locals recommend
Dog Run
“We don't have a dog, but this is all that came up for the Cedarvale Ravine walk, which is a wonderful walk up the street from us. (Well, it's a very very long walk; best to drive or Uber up there, then walk . . .) You go north up Christie, left on St Clair, an immediate right on Humewood, then through the neighbourhood and across Vaughn. Park the car and taaa-daaa, an urban oasis of fields and a beautiful walk through the ravine woods. My favourite place to get a hit of nature in the city.”
5 locals recommend
Japanese Restaurant
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“Tuesday - Sunday : BEER SPECIAL AT SAKE BAR KUSHI! Sapporo pint only $2.95 everyday after 9pm.”
5 locals recommend