Midtown is a busy and fun area of Toronto, stretching from Bloor to Lawrence. There’s tons of shops and restaurants but also way more green space than Downtown. Overall- strolling through Midtown is a great way to spend a Spring day. Here are 5 places we love in the area.
Here are 5 places we love in midtown.
The Clinica is a gorgeous beauty clinic with locations at Yonge and Eglinton and Yonge & Sheppard, Toronto. They offer a bunch of treatments including facials, peels, Botox, filler, laser hair removal, Belkyra, and tons more. If you want to save up to 40% on ALL treatments and products (including gift cards!), be sure to visit their Open House event on Thursday, March 30 for the best deals they’ve ever offered. If you want a chance to win a $500 gift card for their clinic, enter HERE.
Stock T.C. is a bougie grocery store as well as a restaurant & bar with a stunning rooftop patio for Spring eating. They sell fresh meat, fish, and veggies, as well as imported Italian snacks and treats. They have a delicious hot counter and serve great food for lunch and dinner upstairs.
The Curated Market Co
The Curated Market Co is an adorable boutique that sells art, accessories, clothing, and other decors from over 35 local artists. Their stock changes often as they have new artists selling with them regularly. It’s a perfect shop for gifts and trinkets!
If you’re looking for an adorable brunch spot with Spring vibes, head over to Sophie’s on Bayview. The inside is lovely and during the warmer months, they have a great patio out front. Their cornflake-crusted french toast and iced latte are our fave picks.
Piano Piano is a popular Italian restaurant with a new-ish location in Midtown. They have a large outdoor patio in the warmer months and a delicious lunch special. You can get an appetizer, full lunch and dessert for $34 – their Tiramisu is next level.
As the weather gets nicer we’ll be exploring our fave neighbourhoods a lot more. Be sure to visit these places next time you’re in Midtown!
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