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CITY GUIDES

Toronto

EAT

THE ACE

Quite possibly my most-loved restaurant in Toronto, The Ace is a restored 1950s diner with some of the best comfort food (with a twist) in town. Try one of their mouthwatering burgers or seasonal specials (washed down with one of their fabulous cocktail creations), and don't forget to save room for my favourite dessert: a zucchini cake with homemade oatmeal ice cream. Yum! 

DRINK

Wallflower

Wallflower is a cozy, dimly-lit neighbourhood bar with simple, good drinks and an eclectic, mismatched decor. With two rooms, and a great outdoor patio, there's lots of places to seat yourself. And you'll be happy you made your way west on Dundas Street.

TORONTO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA

Desiring to have a listen to some of Toronto's top musical talent? Look no further than the city's world-renowned Orchestra, which performs in the heart of downtown. And, if you're between the ages of 15-35, don't forget to check out the TSOUNDCHECK Program, where you can store a ticket for $16 (and sometimes even less).  

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SHOP

BRIKA

BRIKA is your highly-curated, one-stop shop for finding beautiful gifts made by talented artisans from across Canada - and beyond. With stores on both the east and west sides of the city, it's the perfect place to shop for the loved ones in your life... or just to give yourself something special.