Diverse non-profit programming and promoting the arts, culture, education and recreation, all at the heart of Toronto’s waterfront.
Toronto's downtown Harbourfront neighbourhood along the shore of Lake Ontario is roughly bound by Yonge Street to east, Spadina Avenue to the west and the Gardiner Expressway to north. While Toronto's cold weather keep things quiet in the winter, Harbourfront teems with people enjoying its outdoor…
Toronto sits on Lake Ontario, and its downtown has easy access to the waterfront. Though the neighborhood does have a beach, it's more artistic than practical (Sugar Beach is man-made and does not permit swimming). Nevertheless, the waterfront community has several interesting cultural centers,…
The Harbourfront is home to numerous summer festivals, the Power Plant, Queens Quay and ferry access to the Toronto Islands.
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“Best ice cream made fresh straight from the store. Burnt Marshmallow flavour is exceptional. ”
“Research books about the history of Toronto or use the computers for free by signing up as a guest.”
“Nicer place and more pricey than average but worth every penny. Amazing French Toast. Reservations recommended. ”
“Fashionable corner dining room with a popular patio, serving French-inspired Canadian cuisine.”
“STK is a steakhouse befitting the Yorkville neighbourhood. With its imposing metal sign, doormen, and posh second floor dining room, it fits right in. The global franchise, with locations in places like Las Vegas, Milan, London and Ibiza, keeps elements of all locations consistent, but allows local chefs to play with the menu. I'm inclined to call it "Steak" out loud as this place is primarily a steakhouse, but it's pronounced S-T-K, following the recent trend of everyone being too cool for vowels.”