Bordering and enveloping U of T, The Annex is a student-friendly neighbourhood sporting easy-on-the-wallet pizza joints, sushi restaurants, pubs and cafes.
Avenue And Lawrence
This affluent North Toronto area is home to one of Toronto's premiere gourmet food stores, private schools and million dollar houses.
Baby Point is what happens when you veer north of Bloor West Village and you're not east enough to be in the Junction. The tiny residential neighbourhood has a vibrant selection of restaurants and stores along Jane and Annette streets.
Baldwin Village is a small enclave just east of Chinatown lined with about three dozen restaurants, cafes and stores.
Bayview And Leaside
The area combines a bustling stretch of Bayview south of Eglinton with a rejuvenated industrial area around Laird Avenue.
The Beaches is Toronto's top sandy destination for a bit of sunbathing, some beach volleyball or maybe just a stroll on the boardwalk.
This neighbourhood was once down and out but is now home to a great mix of cafes, restaurants,bars and vintage shops.
Sleepy during the day, there's a bustling nightlife scene to be found in this micro-neighbourhood sandwiched between Bloorcourt and the Junction Triangle
Bloor West Village
Some may view Bloor West Village as a suburb - the final frontier before Etobicoke - but this vibrant neighbourhood is closer than you think. Looking for something specific in Bloor West Village? Restaurants Cafes Bakeries Grocery Fashion Design Bookstores Fitness Services
Brockton Village is a bustling residential pocket just west of Little Portugal with a mix of restaurants and shop dotting College St. and Dundas West.
This residential enclave boasts wonderful restored homes, a popular park and farm and one of the city's top Taiwanese restaurants.
The Canary District in the West Don Lands rose out of the shadows of the Pan Am Games and takes the name of the famous old diner (no longer with us), The Canary.
Castlefield Design District
This former industrial neighbourhood is still one in transition but has long been the go-to spot in Toronto for the city's interior designers.
Chinatown is always a hub of activity as residents and tourists elbow for housewares, fruits, vegetables and dim sum.
Church Wellesley Village
This neighbourhood is home to a thriving mix of restaurants, cafes and clothing stores and is ground zero for the annual Pride Week.
CityPlace took over areas around the industrial CN rail tracks near the Rogers Centre. It's now home to glass condos and a smattering of restaurants.
Corktown is one of the oldest neighbourhood's in Toronto. It's still a bit rough around the edges but has recently welcomed a spate of new restaurants, stores and cafes.
Toronto's other Little Italy, Corso Italia produces some of the best pizza, gelato and baked treats in the city.
Toronto's Greektown, The Danforth juggles east-enders' enviro-chic, vegan-friendly sensibilities with the city's biggest celebration of meat on a skewer.
This burgeoning neighbourhood east of Greektown is home to an increasing number of restaurants, bakeries, bars and shops.
Davenport Village is a former retail wastelands that’s been transformed into a vibrant little community wedged between Davenport and Dupont, east of Lansdowne.
Toronto's restored Distillery District features the continent's best-preserved collection of Victorian Industrial Architecture.
This area is an expanse of parks and apartment buildings and is home to the serene Aga Khan Museum.
Dovercourt Village is sandwiched between Bloor and St. Clair and calls areas like the evolving Geary Avenue home. There's also now plenty signs of life on Dupont.
Dundas West is a destination for vintage clothing, fashion and home to a thriving nightlife scene with some of Toronto's most acclaimed bars and restaurants.