• Yorkville –neighbourhood of style and culture offering designer boutiques, fashionable restaurants and world class galleries...700 in all
  • The Danforth – Toronto’s Greektown, with restaurants, lounges, cafes and bakeries featuring Greek cuisine.
  • Kensington Market – a mix of food stores selling a variety of meats, fish and produce. There are also several bakeries, spice, cheese shops and dry goods stores. Home to many restaurants covering a wide variety of styles and ethnicities.
  • The Distillery District – formerly operated as a distillery in the 1800s, this village of brick-lined streets offers dozens of restored Victorian Industrial buildings home to live theatres, galleries, fashion, design and jewellery boutiques, cafes and restaurants. 
  •  Little Italy – A district in Toronto known for its Italian restaurants and businesses
  • Eaton Centre – Indoor mall with more than 230 retailers, restaurants and services
  • Queen West – Home to an eclectic mix of over 300 galleries of contemporary painting, photography, new media works, fine art galleries, artistic museums, design houses, unique shops, restaurants and boutique hotels. Running along a two kilometre strip that between Bathurst Street and Gladstone Avenue, The West Queen West Art + Design District boasts artistic innovation.
  • Gerrard India Bazaar –one of the largest markets of South Asian goods and services in North America. With over 100 shops and restaurants which represent regional diversities of South Asian culture, food, music and products, this slice of the Indian subcontinent offers a wide selection of services and products.
  • Entertainment District – home to theatres, performing arts centres, Canada's Walk of Fame, restaurants, bars and nightclubs
  • Yonge / Dundas Square – public square on the corner of Yonge St. and Dundas St. that often hosts music, film, and community events
  • Chinatown – a vibrant neighbourhood home to ethnic Chinese immigrants from Hong Kong, China, Taiwan, Vietnam and elsewhere. The intersection of Dundas and Spadina is the focal point of this community offering a wealth of oriental shops and a vast selection of authentic Chinese restaurants.
  • Cabbagetown - originally occupied by working-class and poor immigrants who grew vegetables on their property to survive, hence the name Cabbagetown. The area is now a myriad of Victorian-style homes that have been restored.