Yorkville Toronto is a must-visit section of Toronto’s Annex neighbourhood. It’s bordered by Davenport Road to the north, Bloor Street to the south, Yonge Street to the East and Avenue Road to the West. This small but jam-packed slice of the city is flaunted as being one of the most desirable postal codes to live in. It’s known for its Victorian-era homes, cobblestone streets, an abundance of gourmet restaurants, extravagant designer boutiques and engaging art galleries and museums.

Score designer fashions

Looking for the hottest trends or something that will go from day to night? Options are endless in Yorkville Village. Yorkville is one of Toronto's best neighbourhoods for shopping. The famous Bloor Street stretch, often tagged as the Mink Mile, is getting a fresh transformation with new retailers taking over including Rolex, Alexander Wang, Anne Fontaine, Luxury children’s retailer Bonpoint, Gucci and more.Heidi-Ho2, located on the West end of Yorkville Toronto shopping block has oodles of charm and a deep inventory that will adapt to whatever your style is. Via Cavour has a carefully curated selection and gives that personal shopping attention visitors seek. 

Yorkville restaurants to dine at

Shopping and stopping for a bite to eat go hand-in-hand, and lucky for those exploring the area, Yorkville Toronto hosts a wide variety of unique and wonderful restaurants (many featuring outdoor patios). Trattoria Nervosa covers authentic Italian cravings, while ONE restaurant caters to those who want to upscale their dining experience at the ritzy location of the Hazelton Hotel.

Those who want a shareable meal of sushi and Japanese-Korean bites should check out KOKO share bar for some tasty treats and a cozy flare. Montreal-based Mandy’s Gourmet Salads is new to the Yorkville neighbourhood but is not a stranger to the city. It is best known for its salads, grain bowls, summertime smoothies, cozy cold-weather soups, and amazing chocolate chip cookies.

Things to do

Looking for more beyond food and fashion? Check out the nearby Royal Ontario Museum, home to unique architecture, rotating exhibits and long-time collections. Enjoy a stroll around the many paths and parks, beverage in hand or spend the afternoon pampering yourself at one of the nearby spas and hotels.

Love to have an espresso between unique designer finds, upscale sushi for lunch, or an afternoon feeding your soul with engaging art? Add Yorkville to your list and have a memorable Toronto experience like none other.

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