Here's whats good, check out Queen Street for sure (Start at Spadina and Queen, and if you go East you will eventually end up at the Eatons Center), lots of sweet stores
Night life, Queen street area again (from what I know)
If you have the money go check out a leafs game or raptors games, always good time.
And a must if its a nice day, go up the CN tower
yea theres lots to see in the tdot. queen street is cool, as mentioned. just west of spadina and dundas is the Kensington Market area, which is a lot of small eccentric shops and vintage clothing if ur into that kind of thing, and a good bar/ clubbing/ entertainment area is adelaide and king. greektown on the danforth is pretty cool, and you can even go skiing in the city at earl bales park which has two small slopes and a chair. and yes louis is the correct choice of ski hill, best park in southern ontario since Blue went downhill. but toronto is too big and spread out to discover on your own as a tourist, hope whoever ur stayin with knows enough to show you around
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haha...yah clubs shopping and skiing. going with my roommate were staying at this kids house...apparently he lives like 20 mins from st louis mountain moonstone or something. so party at night ski in the day. should be a lot of good fun.
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Shooting at leafs fans... 10 points each! But you only get 5 points if you wing him.
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just walk around downtown, always good times, go check out the New Era store on Queen Street since that seems where you are heading, tightest store in the leaugue
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If you're looking for more upscale shopping ... like Louie Vutton and Gucci etc..there's some posh places at Yonge and Bloor. It's a ritzy area. Yorkville is right there too..which is bascially a strip of patio bars etc...see celebtrities there during film fest.
Queen street west of Yonge you'll find some cool stores. There are some dope sneaker stores down that way. The better bars in this area are further west. It's typically a hipster crowd. No dress code, no cover at most places...pretty fun sometimes.
Some nice restaurants can be found in Little Italy ... college west area..past bathurst. Some really good bars and parties down in this area too.
King street West has some nice restaurants ... the night life there is a bit older crowd (24 typically) and there's usually dress code etc.
All really depends on the type of music and scene u lookin for. I'd avoid Richmond street...it's all clubs with the worst crowds and shitty music. Mostly people from the suburbs party there.
i also hate it when people can't contribute to a thread, but claim to hate it when people who live in toronto suggest things when in reality they actually don't, but it doesn't matter because they still contributed more then what you did even though you live in toronto supposedly.