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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
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...
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
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
The city's best-known purveyor of audio and visual equipment. Though it's in the upmarket ManuLife Centre, you'll rarely hit a weekend without a sale.
55 Bloor Street W
This store carries a good selection of PCs and Macs, but the best deals are often second-hand goods: notebooks go for a song. Technicians speak in layman's...
26 Cumberland Street
Celebrating nearly 130 years in the business, this venerable Canadian jewellery house is still going strong. Occupying a stately corner of the upmarket...
55 Bloor Street W
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
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
Boomer offers the best names (Boss, Ted Baker et al) from finer department stores, and stock is chosen with the Queen Street crowd in mind. Own-brand output...
309 Queen Street W
The giant red cowboy boot has been parked on the sidewalk here since 1986; staff ship to loyal customers worldwide, and the walls are lined with photos...
609 Yonge Street
This airy, spacious Kensington Market shop is an ode to mid-century modern, with affordable teak furnishings, shag rugs, sofas and barware scattered among...
273 Augusta Avenue
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
CM was one of the first fashion chains to recognise the elegance of Japanese lines and simple, patternless colour. And its outstanding pricing made it an...
157 Bloor Street W
Courage came along decades ago and made Kensington Market a centre for vintage chic. It's a family affair, and still the cheapest ticket in town for frumpy...
14 Kensington Avenue
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