Music Compass

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Broadview Danforth

Anchored by the iconic Danforth Music Hall, Broadview-Danforth is an east-end hub for music and culture, and home turf for artists and industry leaders in music, film, and media. With a huge array of restaurants, outdoor patios, and parks to complement its many grassroots music venues and bars, this...

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Exterior image of Sneaky Dee's, Toronto

Little Italy

One of Toronto’s social and cultural hotspots, the area along and adjacent to College St offers everything from international touring acts at Axis Club to local faves at Sneaky Dee’s and the Monarch, with a taste of everything in between. Hundreds of shops, restaurants, and bars keep...

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A streetcar passes an open restaurant bar at The Good Son and Dog & Bear on Queen Street West

Queen Street West

Art meets commerce on vibrant Queen Street West, the historic area that drove Toronto’s cultural renaissance a generation ago. This district nurtured Toronto’s early punk, rock, and alt-country scenes – future stars like Blue Rodeo, Broken Social Scene, Jane Siberry, Parachute...

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Outside Cibo wine bar in Yorkville in winter

Bloor-Yorkville

Founded by entrepreneur Joseph Bloor in 1830, the Village of Yorkville has always been the heart and soul of Toronto. Distinguished by Victorian houses, quaint laneways and picturesque gardens, it has had many incarnations since its beginning.

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Chinatown & Kensington Market

The corner of Dundas and Spadina is the focal point of this dynamic community, whose sidewalks overflow with fruit stalls, vendors, and throngs of people shopping, eating, and socializing.

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Ossington & West Queen West

One of Toronto’s top creative clusters and the city’s centre of artistic innovation, West Queen West’s Art + Design District between Bathurst Street and Gladstone Avenue is home to over 300 galleries, design houses, unique shops, restaurants, and boutique hotels. Landmarks like the...

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Little Portugal

Dundas Street West from Lansdowne to Shaw is one of Toronto’s prime locales for street culture, with a cacophony of public art, boutique stores, galleries, eclectic bars and restaurants – and top independent music venues offering country and hard rock to Latin and global sounds. One of...

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