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Andy Poolhall


Kitsch white plastic bubble chairs and red pool tables create a groovy atmosphere, which draws a funky clientele. The Andy refers to Warhol, and he would...

489 College Street

Angell Gallery


Angell was one of the first galleries on West Queen West, which makes the flamboyant proprietor, Jamie Angell, something of an elder statesman on the...

890 Queen Street W

Anne Hung Boutique


Designer Anne Hung's boutique is a tall, narrow space with blonde wood floors and brick walls. She has been singled out by French Vogue as the most...

829 Queen Street W

Apartments on Bay

This review is not by Time Out

Situated on the 19th through the 31st floors of the Sutton Place Hotel in the heart of Toronto city centre, this apartment-style hotel provides guests with...

955 Bay Street

Archive Gallery


The Archive Gallery has a large exhibit space, but the main attraction is a sizeable computer database of artists, mostly from Toronto and Montreal. Clients...

56 Berkely Street

Art Gallery of Ontario

Critics' choice
Art, Museums

The AGO is staying open despite the fact that it's having its insides ripped out and transformed in a Frank Gehry-designed makeover. Specific galleries and...

317 Dundas Street W
Major venue

Art Interiors


It takes an experienced eye to spot quality artwork, but the owners of Art Interiors scout around. They celebrate the finest new artists in town, selling...

Unit 205

Art Metropole


This gallery and art bookstore was created in 1974 by the celebrated General Idea collective. There is usually an installation with a conceptual bent here...

2nd Floor

Artcore/Fabrice Marcolini

Critics' choice

Artcore/Fabrice Marcolini is one of a handful of galleries in the city with an international scope, showing both Canadian artists such as Medrie MacPhee,...

Building 62



Most designer handbags have a knock-off twin somewhere in the world. But few pirates could mimic Augustina's imports - gasp-worthy bags that are rarely...

5 Old York Lane

Aunties & Uncles

Restaurants & cafés

Bearing an uncanny resemblance to your granny's kitchen, with mismatched Arborite tables and vinyl seats, Aunties is classic 'what you see is what you get'...

74 Lippincott Street
Tags: Budget, Café



This boutique's parent company, Browns, can be found in swish department stores and upscale malls. But B2 is more fun - if only for gawking at eccentric...

399 Queen Street W



Babalúu is an upscale gem of a Latin club, ensconced down a flight of stairs in the heart of Yorkville, land of pretty (and pretty loaded) people. Expect to...

136 Yorkville Avenue
Tags: Club


Restaurants & cafés

Good lunch buffets don't come any cheaper: Babur's is $11 and offers all the standards, along with bottomless rice and tender naan. The location is also a...

273 Queen Street W

Bad Dog Theatre Company


Toronto is known for its comedic improvisers, the most famous being Mike Myers, the Kids in the Hall, Colin Mochrie and improv guru Bruce Hunter. The...

138 Danforth Avenue