Great coming together of community and variety of cultures. Feast of different foods, smells and sounds. Felt very safe throughout. Some areas very run down and grubby... but see through this for a great cultural experience.
About Kensington Market and Spadina Avenue
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Since I work in the music business I love anything bohemian and if that's your thang then you got to go to Kenzie Market. The best deals on everything can be found here. Every store is unique and different with a huge focus on vintage...More
I was very very lucky. I visited Kensington neighborhood in a sunouny Sunday at noon. What a great decision. What a LIVE place, with lots of alternative life and things to do. Amazing diversity of foods and handicrafts, from diferente origins. I felt like there...More
We visited the Kensington Market area on a Sunday morning and quite frankly I don't know what the big deal is. Yes, some of the buildings are typical of Toronto of years gone by. The shopping was okay ( didn't purchase a thing) , restaurants...More
This is not your high class shopping experience. If you are looking for some good deals and vintage wear, this is for you. There are some fresh fruits/vegetables stands as well. It's a fine place to check out for the sake of curiosity.
... and wear comfortable shoes! There is SO much to see here. A weekday will be less busy. Lots of great ethnic foods to try. It is a mashup of asian, carribean and hippies all living together. They have everything from cheap souveniers to beautiful...More
Great place to find a place to eat, explore different kinds of food. Consist of multiple cultured restaurants , some shops and produce shopping. Not a farmers market. Very busy, street parking and some garage parking. Great place for dinner before going out to bars.
Was expecting more, but it was okay to see. If you are limited with time, see something else. I didn't see very interesting shops. There was one place, The Cat Cafe, which is a place you can grab a cup of coffee and enter the...More