Glamourous Yorkville is home to the “Mink Mile,” a strip of Bloor Street West dotted with prestigious designer boutiques like Dolce & Gabbana, Gucci, Prada and Louis Vuitton. Around the corner, you’ll find Chanel, plus a selection of chic restaurants and discreet medi-spas. Luxe Yorkville was once a hippie enclave, and its artistic roots can be seen in a small handful of upscale galleries that still remain.

Don’t miss:

  • Cool ice sculptures and hot DJ beats at the annual Bloor-Yorkville Icefest street carnival
  • Meticulously curated designer fashion and accessories at the flagship locations of Holt Renfrew and Harry Rosen 
  • Down-to-earth pub fare and international sports like rugby and cricket at Hemingway’s Restaurant & Bar
  • Perching on the 1-billion-year-old, 2,000-kg (2.2 t) granite boulder that is the star attraction of Village of Yorkville Park
  • The Constantine Yorkville Run, an annual 5-km (3-mile) charity run known for its high-profile route and premium swag 

BOUNDARIES: Bloor Street to the south, Avenue Road to the west, Davenport Road on the north and Yonge Street on the east.

PUBLIC TRANSIT (TTC): Bay subway station.

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