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King Street West

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Sadek
Sadek
February 10, 2020
lots of great restaurants, bars and clubs on king west
Frances
Frances
January 14, 2020
1) If you are are looking the hip and trendy places, King street west (west of Spadina), between Spadina and Portland you will find the sought after eating and drinking establishments. Example, Lee’s at Portland and King West is an iconic Asian fusion upscale place. 2) if you are looking something…
Marlo
Marlo
August 6, 2019
Entertainment disctrict
Rita
Rita
June 30, 2019
Tons of restaurants & bars line the streets of this neighbourhood. It’s a short walk away. Must go for a drink/meal on any restaurant patio during summers!
Melisa
Melisa
January 25, 2020
restaurants and bars galore.
Natalia
Natalia
January 12, 2020
King Street West is one of the oldest streets in Toronto. Known for its constant hustle and bustle, King Street encompasses most of Toronto’s downtown core and hosts a number of iconic buildings from the Toronto Stock Exchange to the Royal Alexandra Theatre. It runs through the financial district,…
Mei
Mei
December 3, 2019
King St W is a popular nightlife destination in Toronto due to the cluster of bars, clubs and restaurants that line it. But it is so much more than just a party street - there several things to do other than clubbing and drinking.
Em
Em
September 18, 2019
Toronto’s trendy Entertainment District is home to many restaurants, lounges, clubs, and artistic venues like the Princess of Wales Theatre, Royal Alexandra Theatre, and the Roy Thompson Hall.
Femi
Femi
September 6, 2019
Trendiest postal code in Toronto. Nightlife here is a fun experience with swanky bars, rooftop patios and see and be seen nightclubs, you’ll experience a wide gamut of Toronto’s nightlife in a couple blocks. Walking distance from your suite
Ali
Ali
July 22, 2019
Night life, entertainment district

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