North of Bloor West Village but too far West to be considered the Junction lives a little Toronto neighbourhood called Baby Point. The charming little neighbourhood sits between the Humber River and Jane Street and is home to some trendy restos and cafes like Campo and Patisserie 27.
Campo by Campo
Well Baldwin Village isn’t exactly a secret but we don’t hear about it a lot so we wanted to give it a shout out. This little neighbourhood is nestled just east of Chinatown and houses over thirty restaurants and stores. While there’s not a lot of residential real estate in this little hood, this restaurant haven is right in the middle of four of Toronto’s buzzing downtown neighbourhoods: Chinatown, Queen West, The Art and Design District and Toronto’s Discovery District, home to the AGO.
When it comes to an authentic Italian Pizza or a house made cold gelato on a hot day, you may think there is only one neighbourhood in Toronto to head to – when there’s actually two! Corso Italia is a stretch along St Clair West that is just as authenticity Italian as College St West. Maybe a bit more so! Located just West of Dufferin this stretch of St Clair West is jam packed with cute Italian eateries and shops.
Corso Italia by BlogTO
A little south of Bloor Street before Ossington is Harbored Village, a colourful mix of trendy restaurants, green spaces and a diverse mix of West-end independent retailers. This little neighbourhood is unassuming, full of artists, huge shady trees and it’s a dream for Toronto cyclists.
The Stockyard district gets its name from its history as one of Hogtowns meat packaging districts. The Stockyards is essentially everything just North of the Junction and is currently one of the hottest up and coming neighbourhoods in Toronto, filled with artists, antiques, craft breweries and great food.
Stockyard District Condos
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