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King Street West

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Anthony
Anthony
October 04, 2018
All the night life is situated between King st west and queen street west and John st and Spadina ave
Delia
Delia
October 04, 2018
Filled with hip bars and hidden restaurant gems. After hour king street is especially lively.
Matt And Lyric
Matt And Lyric
February 06, 2017
Trendy area with nice restaurants and theatres for musicals.
Angela
Angela
August 30, 2018
King Street recently became closed to cars, which can only drive one block and then must exit. The street is reserved to streetcars, cyclists and predestrians between Bathurst and Jarvis streets.
K.T.
K.T.
August 27, 2018
King Street West between Spadina and Bathurst is the liveliest neighborhood in Toronto with endless options for bars and clubs
Bob
Bob
October 10, 2018
Considered Toronto’s entertainment district , most of the cities most popular restaurants, lounges and night clubs are located here. A few of my favorite restaurants are Patria (contemporary Spanish cuisine), Lees (celebrity chef SuSur Lees asian inspired fusion) and Rodneys Oyster house (if you…

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Old Toronto, ON