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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
With home and office pick-up and delivery (an easy net-based system is in place), Dove's high-end service is ideal for the moneyed customer.
1560 Yonge Street
In an old coach house off Queen West, Du Verre sells tribal imports characterised by clean, contemporary lines. Japanese screens shield tables from Tibet...
188 Strachan Avenue
Even if organic shapes and unusual settings aren't your thing, this petite boutique is still worth a peek for its undulating metals studded with stones....
742 Queen Street West
First-time renters are Future's desired customer, and B-rated models its stock in trade. If you need a basic DVD player or a boom box for the beach, Future...
355 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
Known for educational workshops on everything from G-spots to female ejaculation, this women-centred sex shop is also a good source of info on local lesbian...
175 Harbord Street
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
The clothing at Grreat Stuff looks vintage, but the retro feel comes from the choice of designer samples and line ends (by the likes of Kenneth Cole, Mexx,...
870 Queen Street W
Lying on a warm marble slab is what hammams are all about in the old country, and this New World version mixes such Turkish delights as vigourous body...
602 King Street W
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
Some might snub Harry Rosen for being on the conservative side of the spectrum (let's face it, he's been around for 50 years), yet there was a time when he...
82 Bloor Street W
Designer Jane Ip is Canada's answer to Kate Spade - and her perky must-have bags are sold at her Yorkville store, and shops around the country. Thankfully...
106 Yorkville Avenue
The Vancouver-based cobbler with goth beginnings is now something of a legend, as much for his inventive, colourful curlicues and oddball shapes as his...
242 Queen Street W
This salon was a fixture on King Street West before the area became trendy, so the snippers have a loyal following among actors and media types. While...
585 King Street W
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