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Ainsley House Bed & Breakfast

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Staying at this century-old European-style guesthouse gives you rare access to a Rosedalemansion, though that access is limited. Guests are steered away...

19 Elm Avenue

Baldwin Village Inn

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In the heart of quaint Baldwin Street and steps from Kensington's cafés and the university campus, this pretty, six-room inn offers a good location - and...

9 Baldwin Street

Café Diplomatico

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Restaurants & cafés

It's a trade-off: the Dip wins hands down for the best people-watching platform in Little Italy, inside or on the vast patio. But you'll have to contend...

594 College Street
Tags: Café, Budget

Coffee Mill

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This Hungarian café is about as old-world as the city gets. It's an institution in a neighbourhood once crowded with hippies; now it's the designer divas...

99 Yorkville Avenue

Dakota Tavern

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Countrified trendiness is the idea at this western-themed watering hole, which features Sunday night barn dances and a bluegrass brunch. Settle into a...

249 Ossington Avenue

Gladstone Hotel

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This restored Victorian hotel is ground zero for the indie arts scene. The Melody Bar is a large, wood-panelled room with faux-marble columns and...

1214 Queen Street W

Global Village Backpackers

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Jack Nicholson, Mick Jagger and Canada's own brooding poet Leonard Cohen slept here. It was a hotel then; now it's a bright and friendly hostel with dorms,...

460 King Street W

Great Cooks on Eight

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The 'Eight' refers to location: the eighth floor of the downtown department store The Bay, overlooking downtown. The bustling lunchtime spot is a modern...

8th Floor
Tags: Café, Budget

Jerusalem

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Before falafel became the standard pub-crawler's snack, there was Jerusalem, frequented mainly by local Jewish families. It's not quite as dowdy as its...

955 Eglinton Avenue W

Mother's Dumplings

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Though it's a hole in the wall, the spartan Mother's Dumplings attracts crowds of locals, who come for silken dumplings stuffed with chicken and mushrooms,...

79 Huron Street

Pain Perdu

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Toronto's reputation for unusual foodie destinations receives another endorsement with this Basque boulangerie. Be sure to take a healthy appetite to the...

736 St Clair Avenue W

Salad King

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Immune to the trends of what's hot and not, this long-standing Thai diner has always delivered the goods: fresh spring rolls, lively noodles and...

335 Yonge Street

Terroni

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Despite its pejorative name, Terroni (Italian for 'bloody southerners') manages to attract countrymen in their droves. In fact, waiting for a table (and...

720 Queen Street W

The Senator

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In the shadow of the Toronto Eaton Centre sits this nostalgic slice of history. The diner looks much as it has since its start in the '50s - chrome-and-...

253 Victoria Street