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Bistro and Bakery Thuet

Restaurants & cafés, Shops

True bistro fare, just like top chef Marc Thuet likes it - but with an Alsatian twist. Thuet, who rose to fame on the haute-cuisine scene with Centro and...

609 King Street W



Tarts come in individual or family size, glazed and irresistibly fresh. There's a selection of imported French jams, jellies and candies, and the fabled...

915 Queen Street W

Dinah's Cupboard


Though small, this foodie boîte is stocked with treasures for the discerning palate. In addition to the delicious prepared foods - from cheesy lasagne to...

50 Cumberland Street



Dominion's motto proclaims they're fresh obsessed, but the store is neither as pretty nor as big as its yuppie competitor, Loblaws. At some locations you'll...

89 Gould Street

Greg's Ice Cream

Restaurants & cafés, Shops

Toronto's favourite ice-cream parlour attracts queues in the summer. The draw is the evocative and unusual handmade flavours. The palate-pleasing roasted...

750 Bloor Street W

Harbord Bakery


This Jewish bakery has been here since the mid 1900s, when Eastern Europeans began arriving in the neighbourhood. You can still find some of the city's...

115 Harbord Street

Hazelton Lanes

Restaurants & cafés, Shops

A 1970s eyesore on the outside, a quaint web of courtyards within, Hazelton Lanes was once fashion central for the rich and glamorous, but in recent years...

55 Avenue Road



In this age of diversification, it's hard to find a shop that specialises in just one thing. Andris Grinbergs continues Adolph Kristapson's tradition,...

1095 Queen Street E

La Paloma Gelateria

Critics' choice
Restaurants & cafés, Shops

With 200 flavours of authentic Italian ice-cream in its repertoire, and about 50 on hand at any given time, this classic gelateria is the choice of local...

1357 St Clair Avenue W

Le Gourmand

Restaurants & cafés, Shops

This small, sunny café and gourmet food shop bustles midday with a trim menu of grilled sandwiches, a selection of baked butter-rich goods and a wide array...

152 Spadina Avenue



It's been around since 1919, but until recently Loblaws was just your average grocer. Then the stores began a clean-up process and expanded into veritable...

650 Dupont Street

Noah's Natural Foods


A favourite pit stop for Annex dwellers on their way home from yoga, Noah's is Toronto's longest-running health-food store. The growing obsession with...

322 Bloor Street W


Critics' choice

Uptown society matrons send their nannies here for groceries, or pop by themselves for gourmet takeaways. It's a pricey one-stop for folk who value time...

57 Yorkville Avenue

Sanko Trading Co


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
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