Know Toronto

Learn more about things to do, places to go and where to eat while staying in Toronto!

Six Toronto Restaurants in the Running for EnRoute’s Best New Restaurant 2016

 
Among the 35 contenders from across the country are six notables from Toronto; demonstrating that Toronto’s food scene is still alive and worthy of both national and international attention.  Read More


Challenge Your Coordination and Endurance on One of Toronto’s Squash Courts

 
The squash season gears up in earnest around November, but it is a sport that can be played year round. Here are squash courts around the Greater Toronto Area where you can get your squash games on.  Read More


Where to Find a Cobbler in Toronto

 
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Ripley’s Aquarium Home to North America’s Longest Underwater Viewing Tunnel

 
If you are looking for something fun to do with the whole family in downtown Toronto, bring them to Ripley’s Aquarium.  Read More


What To Do Labour Day 2016 Weekend in Toronto

 
Check out some of the events happening Labour Day weekend 2016 in Toronto.  Read More


Find a Dry Cleaner in Midtown Toronto

 
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Byblos Restaurant Perfects Mediterranean and Middle Eastern Shared Plates

 
Another brainchild of industry wonder duo Charles Khabouth and Hanif Harji, the menu is again centred around small, shared plates, similar to the duos other hot spot Patria.  Read More


Toronto Distillery District City’s Premiere Destination for Arts, Culture and Entertainment

 
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Where to Buy Men’s Suits in Midtown Toronto

 
Toronto has several major department stores and retailers that specialize in men’s wear.  Read More


Where to Rent a Car in Scarborough

 
Finding a place to rent a car that meets all of your needs and your budget can be tricky.  Read More


Historic High Park Toronto's Largest Park

 
Historic High Park, Toronto’s largest park, is 161 hectares stretching from Bloor Street at the Northern edge to the Queensway in the South, and from Parkside Drive at the Eastern edge to Ellis Street in the West.  Read More


Find a Self Serve Car Wash in Midtown Toronto

 
Midtown Toronto has several with multiple bays so that you can conveniently wash your car by hand and vacuum the interior to ensure that your car is spotless and scratch free every time.  Read More


Scarborough’s Rouge River Untouched by Development

 
The 250 km-long Rouge River flows from the Oak Ridges Moraine in Richmond Hill to Lake Ontario in Scarborough, at Toronto’s eastern border with Pickering.  Read More


Best picnic spots in Toronto

 
These are some of the best picnic spots in Toronto.  Read More


Greater Toronto Area Water Parks Make a Splash

 
One great way to keep them happy and cool this summer is at one of the Greater Toronto Area water parks.  Read More


Find Cool Gifts for Dad in Toronto

 
We have some cool ideas on gifts for dad from some of our favourite men’s retailers in Toronto.  Read More


Best Patios in Yorkville Toronto

 
Toronto’s Yorkville neighbourhood is the perfect place to hit a patio in the summer, whether you are looking to cool off with a cocktail, feed your shopping-induced hunger or see and be seen by the rich and famous.  Read More


Why the Best Florists in Midtown Toronto Are So Blooming Good

 
You should consider purchasing your next floral arrangement at one of the best florists in midtown Toronto.  Read More


Free Victoria Day Weekend Activities for Kids in North York

 
Looking for cool and interesting and, more importantly, free ways to keep your kids happy and occupied over the Victoria Day Weekend?  Read More


Where to Get Good Brunch Cheap in Scarborough

 
We have saved you the trouble of searching and put together a list of places to get good brunch cheap in Scarborough.  Read More


CN Tower Edge Walk

 
The EdgeWalk is the world’s highest hands-free walk in the world at 356m/1168ft (116 storeys) above the ground.  Read More


The Canadian National Exhibition (CNE) - Let's Go to The EX!

 
It is Canada’s largest fair and one of North America’s top 10 largest fairs, running for 18 days beginning on the Friday two weeks before the Labour Day weekend.  Read More


Things to do on August Long Weekend in Toronto

 
Toronto heats up for the August long weekend with a variety of outdoor events that celebrate Caribbean culture, and food on the grill.  Read More


Things to do in Toronto for Canada Day

 
Toronto’s Canada Day events are as diverse as the city’s people, from picnics to cruises, and from ball games to barbecues.  Read More


Toronto Heats Up with Summer Theatre

 
Toronto is often home to the best of the best productions in the world – everything from home-grown productions to Tony award-winning hits.  Read More