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Bayview Village, Toronto

(3.4/5 based on 45+ reviews on the web)
Bayview Village is a neighbourhood in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It is part of the federal Don Valley North riding and the provincial Willowdale electoral district, and Toronto electoral Wards 24: Willowdale (East) and 33: Don Valley North (East). In 2006, it had a population of 15,370.The area is bordered on the north by Finch Avenue East, on the west by Bayview Avenue, on the east by Leslie Street, and on the south by Highway 401, and also including the grounds of North York General Hospital, east of Leslie in the neighbourhood's southeast corner, according to the City of Toronto's definition. The Bayview Village Association regards the east boundary as the Don River (east branch) and the south boundary as Sheppard Avenue East, thereby excluding land between the Don River and Leslie, Sheppard and Highway 401.
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  • High end shops and many that are no part of a large chain. Not too big or small. Lots of good places to eat and shop. Pricey but you get what you pay for. 
  • Went for coffee at Timothy's. Love the mall. Staff nice Place was packed inside and on tables outside. Got order right. 
  • This is one of the few malls in Toronto that allows dogs - for all the lap dog owners who want to have their dog while they shop - love it !! Dogs are not allowed in the restaurants, of which there ar...  more »
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  • As far as shopping malls go, this one is pretty cool. The place is posh, with lots of seating to do work, socialize, etc. People are allowed to bring their dogs inside, and there are a lot of good (if expensive) stores. Yet, the fanciness of the mall, with its shiny floors and high-end shops also what gives it a very inorganic feeling.
  • An excellent place to shop. Very prestigious environment with high-end retailers (but very expensive). Great stores, restaurants, and cafés on-site. I haven't been to any other shopping centres in Canada that are quite like it.
  • Very Pricey. No bargain clothing, toystores, etc. But great eats in the food area. Lovely mall and there is a large Chapters BookStore. Great escape in winter when it's a -10 blizzard out doors!
  • Local community mall located at Sheppard and Bayview. It's got most of things that you would need: few banks (CIBC is my main one), grocery market, dry cleaners, nice restaurants (better than other food court quality). Myself and my wife enjoy our brunch there, and straight to go to Chapters to check out some new books and toys. Very well managed mall, one of the cleanest washrooms i've ever seen in public space.
  • Not the best variety of stores or dining options. Difficult to access by subway or by car. Poor layout and overly posh. The stores themselves are fine when I visit them but the overall mall could use lots of improvement.