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CF Toronto Eaton Centre, Toronto
(4.1/5 based on 1,700+ reviews on the web)
Explore 330 shops and restaurants underground in CF Toronto Eaton Centre, a retail complex that's part of the city's PATH system that links downtown office buildings. The center supports about one million visitors per week seeking out everything from clothings to the latest in electronic technology. Re-energize in the food court, which offes the typical international fast-food chains as well as local businesses like vegan vendors. Two subway stations serve the center, making getting here fairly easy. To visit CF Toronto Eaton Centre and get the most from your holiday in Toronto, create itinerary details personal to you using our Toronto tourist route planner.
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TripAdvisor
  • Great location at Yonge St. Mall complete. Many brand name stores, electronics and toys, including Disney Store. Food Court complete with snacks and restaurants
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  • Of course, you will find time for the Eaton Centre; crowded, yes, but great stores, restaurants and be sure to look up and enjoy the flight shining down. Definitely a rainy or snowy day activity. I us...  more »
  • The Mall focuses several stores known and also souvenir shops from Canada. The food court has many affordable options. The prices in the stores themselves are a bit above the PATH.
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  • Overcrowded and hard to find what you want. On the plus side, it definitely does have what you want. Huge four story mall that takes up a whole city block. Several fountains break up the monotony and large balconies everywhere provide nice views for people watching. Great food court with real cutlery and plates is environmentally friendly
  • The quality of shops are good, there's a little bit of everything for every hobby. It's also a good place to window shop or just take a stroll. The food court also has a good selection, it just gets very busy at peak times, it's very hard to get a seat. The only down sides of this mall, is that for one it's downtown so you get very strange people approaching you. Also because it's a more "ritzy" mall you won't get the same stores as you would in smaller malls, all the stores here have much higher price points. Also another downside would be that because it's a major tourist attraction, and also the home of major department stores, if there are any events happening downtown it gets crazy. Also during Christmas time you can barely walk there are so many people.
  • The most dishonest, corrupt store in Toronto. Everything is made in China and sold sometimes 10 Times of other stores; for example a Jacket at Old Navy is $!5; here they put of Sale for $165! Also, a whole Japanese girl, short with blonde hair, is Under Cover Security, she is so stupid that is coming and standing just beside customer , taking pictures and videos from them. Oh! I will never step in this ducking store again
  • Very nice looking. Great shops. Not the cleanest it's been. But over all it tries to keep up with festive holidays
  • I love the location of the Eaton Centre. It's highly accessible by TTC and walking. There's a huge variety of stores (American Eagle, Uniqlo, Nordstrom, etc.), and I love how open and spacious the mall is. It definitely gets busy in the summer, during holidays, and especially at Christmas.