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'''Bloor-Yorkville''' is in [[Toronto]].
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'''Bloor-Yorkville''' is in [[Toronto]]. During the sixties it served as the centre of Toronto's hippie culture, however, after large scale development in the eighties and nineties, it has become Toronto's upscale shopping district, containing boutiques dedicated to haute couture. On Bloor Street from Yonge to Avenue Road are the large chain stores and on the narrow streets north of Bloor are the smaller but just as expensive independent clothing stores.
  
 
[[Image:TorontoYorkvilleHouse.jpg|thumb|Antique Store on Yorkville Ave]]
 
[[Image:TorontoYorkvilleHouse.jpg|thumb|Antique Store on Yorkville Ave]]

Revision as of 01:40, 17 August 2008

Bloor-Yorkville is in Toronto. During the sixties it served as the centre of Toronto's hippie culture, however, after large scale development in the eighties and nineties, it has become Toronto's upscale shopping district, containing boutiques dedicated to haute couture. On Bloor Street from Yonge to Avenue Road are the large chain stores and on the narrow streets north of Bloor are the smaller but just as expensive independent clothing stores.

Antique Store on Yorkville Ave

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Get in

By public transit

The district is served by St George, Bay and Yonge stations on the Bloor-Danforth subway line, Bloor station on the Yonge subway line and Museum station on the University-Spadina subway line. The number 6 bus line runs along Bay Street and the number 5 bus runs along Avenue Road between Eglinton subway station and the Toronto Coach Terminal.

See

  • Royal Ontario Museum, 100 Queens Park (University-Spadina Subway Line to Museum Station, Bloor-Danforth Subway Line to St George Station), 416 586 8000, [1]. Mon-Thu 10am-5:30pm, Fri 10am-9:30pm, Sat-Sun 10am-5:30pm. Large, impressive museum located immediately north of the provincial legislature and east of the University of Toronto. Adults: $22, Seniors: $19, Students: $19, Children (4-14yrs): $15, Infants: free, Members: free.


Do

Buy

  • H&M, 13-15 Bloor Street West (Bloor-Danforth Subway Line to Yonge Station, Yonge Subway Line to Bloor Station), 416 920 4029, [2]. Mon-Wed 10am-7pm, Thu-Fri 10am-9pm, Sat 10am-7pm, Sun Noon-6pm.
  • Banana Repubic, 80 Bloor Street West (Bloor-Danforth Subway Line to Bay Station), 416 515 0018, [3].
  • GAP, 60 Bloor Street West (Bloor-Danforth Subway Line to Bay Station), 416 515 0668‎, [4].
  • Club Monaco, 157 Bloor Street West (University-Spadina Subway Line to Museum Station, Bus 5 to Bloor Street), 416 591 8837, [5]. Upscale, understated men's and women's clothes.
  • American Apparel, Holt Renfrew Centre, 50 Bloor St W (Bloor-Danforth Subway Line to Bay Station, Yonge Subway Line to Bloor Station, Bus 6 to Bloor Street), 416 963 5000, [6]. Mon-Sat 10am-9pm, Sun 11am-7pm. Cheap, cotton t-shirts and skinny jeans, all made in downtown Los Angeles.

Eat

  • Whole Foods Market, 87 Avenue Rd. (Inside Hazleton Lanes Shopping Centre) (University-Spadina Subway Line to Museum Station, Bloor-Danforth Subway Line to Bay Station), 419 944 0500, [7]. Mon-Fri 9am-10pm, Sat-Sun 9am-9pm. Environmentally focused supermarket located in the basement of the prestigious Hazleton Lanes Shopping Centre. Whole Foods sells pre-prepared food in the supermarket and also contains a small cafe.
  • Coffee Mill 99 Yorkville Avenue, tel: +1 4169202108. Great Hungarian food at very reasonable prices, E.g. Goulash at CAD 6.50.

Drink

Sleep

Contact

  • Urbana Coffee has free wifi. They have cafes at Bay & St. Joseph and Yonge & Scollard.
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