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Toronto : Midtown
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Midtown is a district in Toronto.

Get in

Taking the Yonge Subway to St. Clair, Davisvile, Eglinton, or Lawrence will put you in Midtown Toronto. Yonge and Eglinton is the heart of Midtown.


  • The Ontario Science Center [1] allows you to explore science (mainly aimed towards children ~8-14) in a fun and exciting way.



  • The Yonge-Eglinton Centre is the most conveniently located mall, though, much smaller than the Eaton Centre and lacking much of the Big Box Retailers downtown.
  • Lawrence Square is a decently sized mall, not usually frequented by tourists. Get off at Lawrence West Station.
  • Yonge St. from Eglinton to Briar Hill Ave has large retailers as well as luxurious jewelry shops.
  • Mt. Pleasant south of Eglinton has a number of interesting craft shops.
  • Bayview Ave south of Eglinton forms its own little village with distinct cafes and hobby shops.


  • Thai House, Eglinton and Dufferin. Lousy decor. Astonishing Tom Som Gai.
  • Granite Brewery, Mount Pleasant just south of Eglinton - beer brewed in house.
  • Sushi Rock, Yonge, just north of Eglinton. Fantastic Sushi. ~10-20 CAD a meal.
  • Good Bite Restaurant, 2463 Yonge Street. Cheap American diner, surprisingly good food.
  • Centro Grill and Wine Bar, 2472 Yonge Street - (416) 483-2211. Fancy restaurant where celebrities often eat when they're in town. Reservation required. Expect at least $100/person.





  • Best Western Roehampton Hotel - 808 Mount Pleasant Road - (416) 487-5101

Expect to pay at least $100.00/night. Near two large High Schools.



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