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6 Hidden Gems in Toronto's Little Italy: For the uninitiated, the main reason to hit downtown Toronto’s Little Italy is for the Italian food. But that’s only part of this lively neighbourhood’s appeal.  The animated stretch along College Street between Bathurst and Ossin...

For the uninitiated, the main reason to hit downtown Toronto’s Little Italy is for the Italian food. But that’s only part of this lively neighbourhood’s appeal. The animated stretch along College Stre.

Our trip to Toronto

Here's some great info about what we saw and did on our overnight trip to Toronto, Canada- it was a quick trip but we had an awesome time!

Corktown Common Toronto

Corktown Common Toronto

The Black Hoof - Toronto. This is a neighborhood staple for us. Amazing place. You must love meat. Located on Dundas West and Grace.

New Restaurants for Meatheads

Caledonian Toronto- great place to try Whisky! They have nights during the week where they have free testers!

Little Portugal is a neighbourhood and ethnic enclave in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It is located west of downtown in the "Old" City of Toronto. Little Portugal is a residential area predominantly. The largest ethnic group are Portuguese and numbers of Portuguese storefronts are located along College and Dundas Streets, giving the area its name. There is a fine stock of mid-century homes.

Let's start with the cause they pretty much share ownership of Toronto with the when it comes to footy/soccer/social clubs.

Little Italy - Also a significant Latin American and Portuguese community, Toronto's Little Italy is well known for its numerous Italian Canadian restaurants and businesses. Centred along College Street, the heart of which is the intersection of College and Grace Streets, Little Italy has become popular with young people because of its vibrant nightlife and its proximity to the downtown core.

Toronto's Little Italy, starring the Café Diplomatico, which has been serving Italian fare since the early

St. Mary's Church is a Roman Catholic church located at 130 Bathurst Street at Portugal Square in the Niagara neighbourhood of Toronto's west end. The parish was established by Irish immigrants in 1852. The Gothic Revival church was designed by Joseph Connolly and completed in 1889, with the tower finished in 1905. It stands as the picturesque western view terminus for Adelaide Street

St. Mary's Church is a Roman Catholic church located at 130 Bathurst Street at Portugal Square in the Niagara neighbourhood of Toronto's west end. The parish was established by Irish immigrants in 1852. The Gothic Revival church was designed by Joseph Connolly and completed in 1889, with the tower finished in 1905. It stands as the picturesque western view terminus for Adelaide Street

Like many neighbourhoods to the west, north, and east of downtown Toronto, Parkdale was once an independent village. The small community grew up west of the rail tracks, south of Brockton before it was annexed by the City of Toronto in 1889. Until construction of the Gardiner Expressway in the...

How Toronto Neighbourhoods got their names: Liberty Village: Inmates released from Toronto Central Prison, once located near King and Strachan, got their first tastes of post-incarceration life on Liberty Street, named for its route to freedom.

The Senator Diner - One of Toronto's oldest eateries - An excellent stop for a hearty breakfast to start your day of touring!

The Senator Diner - One of Toronto's oldest eateries - An excellent stop for a hearty breakfast to start your day of touring!- NOT LISTED ON TL

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