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Best things to do in 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.

Cafe
“I only have instant coffee, so you'll want to walk to Timothy's for anything else.”
2 locals recommend
Subway Station
“The subway line operates a regular service from around 6am (9am Sunday) until 1:30am daily. The networked subway, streetcar and bus system will get you anywhere you need to go in the city - including the airport. Day passes ($12) give you unlimited travel on the entire TTC network. They are good value if you plan on making four or more rides; and they are excellent value on weekends, when up to two adults and four youths (19 years and under) can use one pass. Purchase them at TTC stations. Otherwise, purchase a PRESTO card: $2.90 a ride, anywhere.”
18 locals recommend
Restaurant
“This is our favourite breakfast spot. The food is amazing, the service is super friendly and they fit every budget. Perfect for Sunday brunch.”
3 locals recommend
Restaurant
“136 years old Historic Gooderham Mansion that serves your fancy delicious meals in antique high quality china. Great for a date night or just to hang out at happy hour and have a cocktail or a beer. check it out. ”
3 locals recommend
Establishment
“Sherbourne Station is a subway stop along the Bloor subway line and runs east/west. To get to this station, walk out of our driveway and turn left on Scarth Road. At the end of Scarth, turn left again, to South Drive for a very short distance and turn right to walk along Sherbourne Street. Sherbourne street starts at South Drive. Walk south on Sherbourne to Bloor Street. Sherbourne station is on the south side of Bloor on the east side of Sherbourne St.”
2 locals recommend
Park
“A lovely place to walk, bike ride or run, the Rosedale Ravine is home to a number of trails. The primary ravine trail can be accessed from off of Mt. Pleasant Rd. (just down the hill from us; walk up the small path on the right, from our driveway, cross Crescent Rd where the path ends and take the sidewalk straight ahead, down toward and along Mt. Pleasant Rd). At the bottom of the hill, turn right at the trail's entrance. The trail connects with Evergreen along Bayview, or you can exit up toward Craigleigh Gardens. There is another access point from Bloor Street, but the Mt. Pleasant entrance is closest to us.”
2 locals recommend
Korean Restaurant
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“Great family-run spot for a take out lunch during the work week. Affordable Korean dishes such as bulgogi, bibimbap, donkatsu and chicken curry.”
1 local recommends
Restaurant
“Local friendly take-out spot with fried & popcorn chicken. The real surprise is the delicious Filipino dishes like pancit (stir-fried rice noodles with chicken, cabbage and carrots), spring rolls, and halo halo. ”
2 locals recommend
Meal Takeaway
1 local recommends
Premise
1 local recommends
Point of Interest
“Public bicycle rental system. Collect and return a shared bicycle from any of over 200 docking stations dotted around the city – great for visitors. Single Trip for $3.25 for up to 30-minutes in length or Day Pass for $7 for 24-hour access to unlimited 30-minute rides. There is a safe designated bike path on Sherbourne St that runs from Bloor to the waterfront.”
1 local recommends
Bakery
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1 local recommends
Street Address
“Decent coffee but even better/comfy seating and free wifi to plan your day.”
1 local recommends
Point of Interest
Dry Cleaner
1 local recommends
Restaurant
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