Dufferin Mall, Toronto
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Eu particularmente gosto bastante desse shopping. Não é muito grande, mas possui as minhas lojas preferidas: dollarama, Walmart e ardene.I particularly like a lot of this mall. It's not very big, but it has my favorite stores: dollarama, Walmart and ardene.show original
Toronto se caracteriza por tener centros comerciales ubicados en todos lados "plazas", este es uno de ellos es pequeño pero con varias opciones de compras es accesible.Toronto is characterized by commercial centers located in all sides 'squares', this is one of them is small, but with several shopping options is accessible.show original
Visitei este Shoping por umas três horas. Deixei as crianças com minha nora no Dufferin Grove Park , em frente, o que achei muito agradável. Tem lojas boas e é muito tranquilo para transitar. Vale uma... read more »I visited this Shoping for like 3 hours. I left the kids with my daughter-in-law in the Dufferin Grove Park in front, which I thought was very nice. Has good stores and is very quiet to use. Worth a visit.show original
The mall is definitely a pleasant surprise. From the outside, the mall looks quite ratty and I was hesitant to step inside. Once I did, I was shocked with how updated and clean it looked inside. It has a Winners, Marshall's, Walmart, No Frills, Forever 21, H&M, David's Tea and Toys R Us. I can't think of a single other mall with two TJX stores! It has everything that I need and the smaller size makes it an easy straight through walk.
This mall is like a hidden gem here in the city. It reminds me of Polo Park, in Winnipeg. It doesn't have the open glass ceilings of the Eaton Centre and it's a little more complicated to navigate, but it has a Bay, Sears and a Walmart. For ease of access and one stop shopping, including groceries, this mall is the place to go. I find the stores have better deals and some unique stores familiar to my hometown, like Spencers.
Not the worst mall in town, but far from the best. There are very few options for men's apparel. The food court doesn't have a great selection. And wal-mart is a disappointing anchor store, especially this location with its awkward 2-level setup. Still, it is the closest wal-mart for lots of people living down town and in the west end of Toronto.
M A Kabir
Nice mall. My favourite Winners is here. Walmart, Marshal, Toysrus all in one roof. Ample parking. Easily accessible by subway.
Dufferin mall has had a few facelifts over the years, and has some serious brand name shopping opportunities now - Marshall's, H&M etc. It's kept most of it's neighbourhood credibility with bargain options - yellow food store, walmart, winners, dollarama. It's your basic functioning, well rounded North American mall. Come when you need a break from the organic wood fired pizza sing alongs in Dufferin Grove. (I tease because I love.)
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