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  • 9.3

    Fahrenheit Coffee

    Coffee-shop 120 Lombard St Toronto, ON

    La gente dice anche (88consigli):

    • Annabelle
      Annabelle: "Tried the capuccino (on the left) - was smoother & less burnt tasting than most others I've been to but not the best. Owner was really friendly though and look at that amazing latte art! Try it out :)"
  • 9.5

    Toronto Islands

    Parco Toronto Islands Toronto, ON

    La gente dice anche (66consigli):

    • Sebastián C.
      Sebastián Cornejo: "Desde la rivera que enfrenta a la ciudad puedes conseguir bellísimas fotos diurnas y nocturnas de Toronto. La isla en general está llena de panoramas y es ideal para sentirse libre!"
  • La gente dice anche (219consigli):

    • Kathy L.
      Kathy Lee: "MUST try the Boston Blue Fish sandwich at Buster's Sea Cove. It's delicious and the best I've had and I normally don't like fish. Bit of a line but it's worth the wait. Portions are filling too."
  • 9.4

    Art Gallery of Ontario

    Galleria d'arte 317 Dundas St W Toronto, ON

    La gente dice anche (196consigli):

  • 9.4

    Souk Tabule

    Ristorante con cucina mediterranea 494 Front St E Toronto, ON

    La gente dice anche (12consigli):

    • Salim B.
      Salim Bamakhrama: "Great Lebanese food with fast and genuinely friendly service!"
  • 9.4

    SOMA chocolatemaker

    Pasticceria 443 King St. W Toronto, ON

    La gente dice anche (68consigli):

    • Joanna S.
      Joanna Sable: "Soma has been one of the best chocolate shops and makers for over 10 years. This has to stand for a wrong terrific. I am addicted to their malt hot chocolate mix and their chili chocolate"

La gente parla di questi luoghi a Toronto:

  • 9.4

    The Distillery Historic District

    Sito storico btwn Front, Cherry, Gardiner & Parliament Toronto, ON

    La gente dice anche (86consigli):

    • Anu J.
      Anu J: "Such amazing architecture and cute little shops. Be sure to take some photos on the cobblestone paths and brick walls."
    • The Ritz-Carlton
      The Ritz-Carlton: "North America's largest and most well preserved collection of Victorian industrial architecture is also brimming with creativity; the pedestrian only village is home to over 20 art studios & galleries"
  • 9.4

    High Park

    Parco 1873 Bloor St. W Toronto, ON

    La gente dice anche (75consigli):

    • Dan B.
      Dan Brown: "High park is amazing. Go early to get a good parking spot. Worth the trip if you've never been here and you live in Toronto. Make it a full day experience and explore Runnymede Village as well!"
    • Ashwin A.
      Ashwin Arun: "Make sure you have your walking shoes on if you are going there. The Japanese cherry blossoms bloom in spring attracting lots of visitors. There are dog trails for pet lovers."
  • 9.4

    OddSeoul

    Ristorante coreano 90 Ossington Ave. Toronto, ON

    La gente dice anche (66consigli):

    • Joanna S.
      Joanna Sable: "What a super dive bar. In the heart of Ossington a crazy Korean Canadian combo of mini plates. The Big Mac Bao is a must. Wicked pork and kimchee fried rice with a quails egg, must have crispy shrimp"
    • Mimi
      Mimi: "Highly recommend the bulgogi cheesesteak, kimchi fried rice, and chicken wings. Their cocktails are amazing too! Just get anything and you'll likely be satisfied. 👌🏻👌🏻👌🏻"

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