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CF Toronto Eaton Centre, Toronto

Categories: Shopping Malls, Shopping
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4.1/5 based on 1,600+ 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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  • I am not a fan of shopping. Nice mall and really cool water fountain. Lots of sign for store locations. 
  • For those who want to stop on their journey to do buy I think it is very worthwhile! Has literally everything! Most of the major brands in the USA have in this mall! Is well located and has a subway station practically within it. Recommend!
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  • Every store you can think of, the food court was a special surprise, so many choices, and so delicious 
  • Downtown Mall that you can pop in and out of with ease when visiting the sites. What makes this mall special is the Urban food court on the lower level which offers a far superior selection than the typical mall standards. It's bright and airy and very crowded on weekends. Christmas decorations are picture worthy and of large scale. A great mix of higher end stores and moderately priced ones, but you may be pressed to find lower priced chains at this mall.
  • Great mall. So many shopping options. I like all the different stores and how the stores are arranged from everyday shopping to high end shops, on the top. One of the best food courts. The variety is great. I like the modern look and feel. But most of all I like the reusable dishes,and utensils vs the disposable. The staff is friendly.
  • Eaton Centre is a landmark location. There are hundreds of shops on several levels, and a gigantic food court. The food court serves just about everything from Greek to Pizza, and even Asian cuisine. Some stores such as Gap, and H&M are not expensive. Harry Rosen on the other hand is very expensive. I knew some one who bought a belt for $300.00 CD. There are cosmetic stores with enough makeup, lip stick, eye shadow...etc to cover 20 Square Kilometres from the downtown core. I could go on for pages about Eaton Centre. Go there, look around, shop (we love folks from the U.S. spending money here) till you have to get a second mortgage on your house, and have lots of fun. WARNING: Do not carry your wallet, cell phone, or other valuables where they can be easily snatched. Leave the wallet in the car, and just bring cash or cards. There are some unscrupulous people who would steal your liver if they thought they could get a hold of it.
  • Good look and feel mall. Over priced goods. Good place to hang out. Personally not a fan but i love the places around this mall. Subway connectiond are there. Lots of events. One thing I love about this mall is the decorations. Second one is the options for the food.
  • On a recent trip to Toronto in 2016, we went to the Eaton center, just for a walkthrough so I could relive a few of my nostalgic memories. As a child, whenever we were visiting Toronto we almost always went to the Eaton center. My girlfriend (who had never seen the place before ) remarked that the mall was quite grandiose place, but was likely more interesting back in the 80s and 90s before fashion outlets and other high-end stores took over much of the real estate inside. I think she's quite right: the Eaton Centre has lost much of what made it a unique stop in the shopping landscape decades ago. Gone are the smaller, more specialty stores, or even a true variety of stores: out of the hundreds in the mall, at least half are now dedicated purely to fashion in some way. Apart from the magnificent architecture, There's little reason to spend much time here anymore except to get out of the harsh Canadian winters for a little while. Even then, you won't be able to find a restaurant on the main floor with an indoor open patio to enjoy the open area of the interior: they're just aren't any left, anymore. Sadly, there isn't any compelling reason for me to ever visit the mall again, as it now has nothing unique to offer that any other local mall does now. The fashionistas have taken over and the mall is now catering to their deep pockets, as evidenced by the arrival of the Saks Fifth Avenue store that Has taken over were the old Simpson store was at the South end of the mall on the other side of the street. My fond memories of spending the occasional Christmas at the Eaton Centre will remain, as as those were magical times and the mall somehow reflected them without seeming too gaudy in my young boy's eyes.
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