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GENERAL MANAGER OF EQUINOX YORKVILLE
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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
The Oxley Public House
The Oxley Public House121 Yorkville Avenue
Brunch, hors d’oeuvres, dinner and a bar – the Oxley has it all. Their focus is simple British dishes but their haddock and chips are anything but standard.
Asuka108 Yorkville Avenue
Tucked away in the heart of Yorkville, this restaurant draws a crowd with their inventive sushi and sashimi options in a casual yet intimate setting. Be sure to try the Drew Barrymore Handroll.
Buca53 Crescent Road
Buca has masterfully created a menu with traditional dishes and modern (soon to be) classics. Now is the time to taste octopus salami, smoked eel and frogs legs – you know you want to.
The Good Press
The Good Press87 Yorkville Avenue
The Good Press insists on using organic, local ingredients and packaging with glass and compostable materials. All of the juices are exceptional and the chocolate milk is top notch.
Black Camel4 Crescent Road
These glorified sandwiches are a reminder that even the simplest foods can still be a revelation. The sirloin is a must-try.
Hemingway’s142 Cumberland Street
With 24 beers on tap and a heated patio throughout the winter months, it is no wonder this bar is our neighbourhood go-to – the best place to unwind after a full day.
Gee Beauty2 Roxborough Street West
Based on the non-invasive ‘medi-beauty’ concept, Gee offers amazing skin rejuvenation and terrific products including fragrances, body oils and interior scents.
Uncle Otis26 Bellair Street
This men’s boutique provides a first-class selection for the modern man – their knives are cuttingly exceptional.
Capsule69 Yorkville Avenue and Bellair Street
Capsule maintains a prodigious selection of high quality, in-demand sneakers worth keeping forever. Hard-to-find shoes are often hiding here.
The Narwhal8 Price Street
This boutique carries luxury, designer and rare imported brands. The accessories are a little bit dreamy and a lot glamorous.
Snakes and Lattes
Snakes and Lattes600 Bloor Street West
A lively caf? with more than just your average cup of Joe – this coffee bar offers a wide array of board and card games, so bring all of your friends and game on.
Bloor Hot Docs Cinema
Bloor Hot Docs Cinema506 Bloor Street West
This cinema features Canadian documentaries and independent film festivals – grab some popcorn and enjoy a selection of Canada’s best films.
Bata Shoe Museum
Bata Shoe Museum327 Bloor Street West
We love a reputable shoe and even better, its history. This museum is a valuable feature in our hood. Find out just how far those boots have come since they started walking.
Royal Ontario Museum
Royal Ontario Museum100 Queen's Park
The ROM is an incredible museum to connect with cultural history and encounter fascinating preservation techniques – one of the largest of its kind in North America.
Boxcar Social1208 Yonge Street and 4 Boulton Avenue
This dry cleaner turned coffeehouse can be found in a beautiful Victorian home in Summerhill. They do three things and do them exceptionally well - coffee, drinks (especially whisky) and charcuterie.
Bar Volo587 Yonge Street
On the corner of Yonge Street since 1985, Bar Volo is the king of craft beer in Toronto. With 26 rotating regional beers on tap and over 60 bottled beer options, they are focused on the obscure and rare in the beer world. PS: There are the guys behind Cask Days...