Bloor West Village, Toronto
Categories: Neighborhoods, Tourist Spots
Born as an idea to combat the rise of shopping malls, Bloor West Village became the first of many business improvement areas across the world that pulled business owners together to promote growth and sustainability. The end result has given the capital city a popular shopping district that retains a small-town feel not often found in a large modern city. European bakeries draw in crowds, but the shopping and food options are varied. Many professionals head here after regular business hours to meet locals who frequent the area as a hang-out spot. Use our Toronto itinerary maker to add Bloor West Village and other attractions to your Toronto vacation plans.
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Have you ever walked down a street in any city and heard another language? If you walk down Bloor Street between Jane Street and Windemere, you'll feel like you are in another country. Bypassers will ... read more »
The naan wrap on their club sandwich was burnt, destroying any redeeming quality. The sweet potato fries were average to good, as was the chicken wings. But the burgers are plain vanilla, as were the ... read more »
Last week after my Pilates session, I enjoyed this wonderful neighbourhood stopping to shop in several of the delightful stores and boutiques. Here one can find many unique products and local handcraf... read more »
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