Shopping in Toronto

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Shopping in Toronto

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  • Marc H
    Brunswick Heads, Australia95 contributions
    Definitely worth a visit - old style market with huge display of cheese, meat, fish, bakery items etc with only little touristy stuff’. On a Saturday definitely do not forget visiting the farmers market behind the main market - these stalls are set up by the farmers/local producer themselves and don’t get the custom they deserve. Plus, being less crowded, the stall holders have more time to talk
    Written 21 January 2023
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  • RKTKFM
    Singapore, Singapore38 contributions
    Messy shopping centre. Difficult to navigate around. Lots of shops but spend time finding them. It’s like a maze once you go wrong direction you will be lost. The good thing about this shopping centre is it is link to the subway. The place is huge.
    Written 4 January 2023
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  • Asiamimigrace1
    Toronto, Canada10 contributions
    Great shopping mall, but the background music is always a very annoying jazzy music. Now they are playing jazzy Christmas music - even more annoying!!! :(
    Easy to get to and very good free parking. :)
    Written 19 December 2022
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  • david n
    Manchester, UK4,226 contributions
    Its a great idea if frustrating that you are carefully following the signs which then disappear. We started at the southmost point but lost all signs at the bus station. Even though we had a map. Ho hum.
    Written 15 January 2023
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  • betty l
    Brampton, Canada10,516 contributions
    In January we stayed in a hotel around the vicinity of Yorkville Village.The neighborhood has chic cafes and bars and fine-dining restaurants.

    I understand its posh hotels host Hollywood insiders during the Toronto International Film Festival.

    The three main museums namely Royal Ontario Museum, Gardiner and Bata Shoe Museum are all located in this neighborhood which makes this area really one of the best place to visit in Toronto.
    Written 1 February 2022
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  • one on one
    Toronto, Canada89 contributions
    Parking is ample.Some good stores here like Muji and Walmart.Can start with Jollibee with tasty fried chicken and finished with a cup of Tim Hortons coffee or pastries from St.Germaine bakery(originally from Vancouver).Can spend an afternoon here for under $20.
    Written 29 July 2022
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  • Aron M
    Zurich, Switzerland5 contributions
    I went here on a walking tour. Interesting architecture and worth the visit if you are nearby but I wouldn't go out of my way to see it.
    Written 10 December 2019
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  • Amber D
    1 contribution
    I came in to find a dress for a film wrap party - was so worried after not being able to find anything I liked anywhere! The staff took the time to go through with me what I wanted, helped me try on a ton of different options, and even were able to get alterations done! I felt so supported and like I had brought some friends with me while choosing the dress, would HIGHLY recommend to anyone! Already telling all my family and friends about the store haha!
    Written 1 October 2021
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  • Steph
    Toronto, Canada75 contributions
    A staple mall for the west end. Free parking, accessible with necessary stores like a grocery store and Walmart while having a good food court and a good handful of stores. However, it's overall pretty basic. Would definitely recommend Eaton Center or Yorkdale for a more extravagant mall.
    Written 19 August 2022
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  • Happiness554548
    Chorley, UK18 contributions
    First time visit to Toronto. It was very cold but excellent trip to Niagara Falls. Snow on arrival & bitterly cold but dressed for the conditions. Bars were excellent. Good good & comedy club very good too & tickets were cheap.
    Written 13 April 2020
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  • Christoph B
    Hamburg, Germany13 contributions
    Native Canadian art is certainly something o e would need to delve into in order to gain an understanding. While the galeries in Yorkville seem to specialize in high-priced canvas painting, the Bay of Spirits has prints, watercolours and originals. And, of course, soapstone carvings. The owners are very accomodating and friendly. It goes without saying that they are not pushy at all. I had a great time there and I am happy with what I chose.
    Written 2 October 2018
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  • AnLil
    889 contributions
    This mall is next to the TTC subway & bus stop and is popular with female (older) shoppers. Therefore, it features “boutique” higher-end clothing, jewellery-accessories, optical, and intimate apparel—not casual /children’s stores. There is no food court but restaurants/cafes (N-S and W) besides Loblaws supermarket with covered parking. However, some seating has been removed, aside from permanent fixtures nearer Pusateri’s / washrooms. Like at other Toronto area malls, a lot of vendors have not done well esp. due to past health-related closures; and on-site library shutdown has meant no regular visits by mothers with young kids. Prices remain higher—in the central Shoppers Drug Mart, too. Still, salons and dental offices manage to operate on the top/bottom (N/S parking-access) levels, although numerous independent stores have gone out of business. Increasingly, indoor dining near Tabule (Lebanese) keep leaving…resulting in far less options than Fairview’s food court / offices or vast retail / restaurants at Yorkdale mall. On the North side, there’s makeshift covered patio dining labelled Bayview Village ‘Haute’, parking/curb-side but at least safely outdoors. However, management doesn’t seem to enforce mask requirements indoors, and I didn’t see many seniors shopping. Hopefully, storekeepers will make a quick recovery with the ongoing public health measures…and Mastermind toys might hang on for families after Chapters’ Indigo bookstore, now gone. Bayview Village is not bustling like before—especially recollecting age-old pictures with Santa !
    Written 15 September 2021
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  • Victor J.
    St. Catharines, Canada160 contributions
    This wa really neat to visit. The venue was very nice as were the staff. The exhibits on display were not my favourite but I got to experience something new. It is lovely that this is a free venue, although donations are encouraged. It was great to introduce our kids to something new as well. I would go back when the exhibits change for sure.
    Written 27 April 2019
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  • Bomin
    Toronto, Canada1 contribution
    I am a student who came from Korea a month ago. Since I first came here, I have been willing to go to this market. On June 5th, I went to this market and knew it was closed. I searched Google that this market will permanently close. I wonder where it will open again…
    Written 5 June 2022
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  • Barbara E
    Toronto, Canada174 contributions
    On a recent return trip I was as delighted as always by the quality of the show. Ryerson is the home of the Black Star Collection, with it's 292,000 images as well as other important archives so they have a wealth of material from which they can mount fascinating and historic shows. The current show in the main gallery features Gordon Parks, whose photo essay about poverty in Brazil was published in Life Magazine in 1961. The Centre is well worth a visit anytime. Read more about Toronto on my Tumblr blog: greenshoesandjam (TripAdvisor does not allow external links)
    Written 25 September 2018
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