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Queen St

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Thanksgiving Sunday 11:00 AM - 6:00 PM

Thanksgiving Monday 11:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Canada 779 Queen Street West
Toronto ON, M6J 1G1
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The only directory you need. Discover the best places to eat, see and do in the area. (You can thank us later). 

Meet the Neighbours

  • Bar Raval

    Bar Raval

    505 College Street

    Small bites and a big atmosphere hold together Bar Raval. Admire the Gaudi-inspired interior and take a trip to Barcelona without ever leaving Queen West.

  • Bellwoods Brewery

    Bellwoods Brewery

    124 Ossington Avenue

    Craft beer has officially transcended trend status. This microbrewery is an Ossington staple with an impressive menu of small plates and a killer patio.

  • 416 Snack Bar

    416 Snack Bar

    181 Bathurst Street

    A menu of snacks meant to be shared, bumping hip-hop and warm vibes make this the best place to take your crew. Do yourself a favour and don’t leave without ordering a steamed bun.

  • Hanmoto


    2 Lakeview Avenue

    This late night Japanese izakaya is a diamond in the rough – think mismatched décor and exposed brick. The open kitchen and dining room allow you to see the pros work their magic right before your eyes.

  • Bang Bang Ice Cream

    Bang Bang Ice Cream

    93 Ossington Avenue

    Custom artisanal ice cream sandwiches with options for everyone (including vegans). Wehad you at ice cream.

  • Lost and Found

    Lost and Found

    44 Ossington Avenue

    The modern man’s dream companion for a full-contact life – a one-stop shop for clothing, coffee and a haircut. The real star of the show is tiny but feisty shop dog, Radar.

  • Jonathan & Olivia

    Jonathan & Olivia

    49 Ossington Avenue

    With a long list of hard-to-find brands, this boutique has become a staple for West Enders looking to stock up on quality goods. APC, Acne and Isabel Marant abound.

  • Tokyo Smoke

    Tokyo Smoke

    850b Adelaide Street West

    A trifecta of Toronto happiness: coffee, clothing and cannabis. Expect something out of the ordinary with a touch of Japanese flair.

  • Old Faithful Shop

    Old Faithful Shop

    886 Queen Street West

    This shop made the migration east from Vancouver, bringing with it an array of well-built, pieces made to last. It is the best place to find a gift for anyone, from the coolest kid in your life to your boyfriend’s dad.

  • Dynasty


    4086 1/2 Queen Street West

    In Toronto, winter blues are no joke. Thankfully, Dynasty offers a succulent haven of tropics-infused interior design, guaranteed to inspire life year round.

  • Track and Field

    Track and Field

    860 College Street

    More than just your average bar. Track and Field offers bocce ball and shuffleboard lanes, an Astroturf lawn and amazing cocktails. Come early and stay late – all courts are free to use.

  • Float


    1159 Queen Street West

    A true sensory deprivation destination. This powerful, must-try experience removes stress and discomfort via partial submersion in an Epsom salt pod.

  • Greenhouse Juice / Crown Flora

    Greenhouse Juice / Crown Flora

    740 Queen Street West

    If you’ve ever wondered what it would be like to step into a giant-sized terrarium, we’ve got just the place. This collaboration between Greenhouse Juice and Crown Flora is a great spot for a pick-me-up, offering greens you can sip or put in your planter.

  • Sorry Coffee Co.

    Sorry Coffee Co.

    102 Bloor Street West

    When you need a sorry excuse to get away from it all. Big things happen in coffee shops and this is just the place to make them happen.

  • Academy of Lions

    Academy of Lions

    64 Ossington Avenue

    Academy of Lions takes Crossfit to the next level (we didn’t think that was possible either). AOL prides itself on four things: intense fitness, relationship building, supporting others and kicking ass at life. If you’re looking to get pumped up, this is the best place for it.

  • Barreworks


    625 Queen Street West

    Be part of the good vibes and sweat it out to great music in this brightly lit studio overlooking the hustle and bustle of Queen Street West. You’ll leave feeling rejuvenated (and sore in all the right places) after a workout here.

  • Art Gallery Ontario

    Art Gallery Ontario

    317 Dundas Street West

    With more than 80,000 works, interesting exhibitions and elaborate parties, the AGO willkeep you coming back time and again.

  • Black Cat Artspace

    Black Cat Artspace

    2186 Dundas Street West

    This art gallery is dedicated to providing new artists an outlet to showcase their work. Rather than taking a large commission per sale they fund the space through events and small rental fees. Keep your eyes open for fun happenings and fresh faces from this space.

  • The Power Plant

    The Power Plant

    231 Queens Quay West

    Known as Canada’s leading public gallery devoted to contemporary art, this expansive space is located on the stunning backdrop of Toronto’s harbour front.

  • Goodfellas


    1226 Queen Street West

    Goodfellas is one of Toronto’s best-kept secrets, featuring local Canadian artists in an open space. Expect to find some major inspiration here.