13 results, sorted alphabetically
Even with five locations citywide, Book City is still the ideal small bookshop. Sophisticated, hard-to-find literary magazines and low-budget Canadian...
663 Yonge Street
The second-oldest gay and lesbian book store in the world (established 1970), Glad Day is a pain to find and no fun to browse (the second-floor space is...
598A Yonge Street
The epitome of la-di-da, Holt Renfrew is a glittering temple for high-end attire and pampering products. The Canadian retail dynasty, which owns Brown...
50 Bloor Street W
The upmarket twin of Chapters, Indigo is the better looking of the two huge book outlets, with a clean colour scheme and snazzy design. Still, rummaging...
55 Bloor Street W
For those who pair fashion with fitness, Lululemon's line of yoga-ready sweats, pretty Ts and snug jackets are something of a local uniform
342 Queen Street W
A handsome pastiche of a traditional English bookshop, Nicholas Hoare offers the most intelligent selection in town. The books are stacked right up to the...
45 Front Street E
A sea-blue monstrosity in an industrial area on Toronto's northern fringes, the Pacific Mall is North America's largest shopping centre selling Asian goods....
4300 Steeles Avenue E
A Queen West bookstore with a Queen West sensibility. Its strengths are art tomes, obscure magazines and quirky postcards. Staff are savvy, and likely to be...
256 Queen Street W
It keeps a veritable library of Japanese mags and weird-looking videos, but you're more likely to leave Sanko with a jar of miso soup or a wad of seaweed....
730 Queen Street W
Behind elaborate window displays, the interior is dark and clandestine, the vibe avant-garde and underground. On the main floor, there are graphic novels,...
601 Markham Street
Situated on the cool Queen West shopping strip, the Silver Snail is an atypically smart comic book store, with modern decor and high ceilings on two floors....
367 Queen Street W
One of Toronto's top tourist destinations is, ahem, a shopping mall. Long frequented by bargain-hungry Americans spending their super-charged bucks, the...
220 Yonge Street
In an era of big box retailing, it's refreshing to see a quirky independent store claim its own turf. Stocking titles that reflect its West Queen West...
883 Queen Street W