Pip's Guidebook

Pip
Hey there, I'm Pip. I'm a freelance copywriter in Toronto. When I'm not writing I like to practice yoga and make clothes. My favourite places on earth are Big Sur, Seoul, and New York City. I'm a b... read more
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336 local Airbnb hosts recommend

A very cool park where you will find most people between the ages of 20 and 40, drinking tall cans and hanging out all day long, on any and every nice day, from May through September.

159 local Airbnb hosts recommend

The best craft beer spot in the city. Always something new, tasty, and inventive. Awesome salumi and cheese boards. If the smell of the french fries sprinkled with rosemary wafts by your table and ... read more

#3

Communist's Daughter

Drinks & NightlifeBars
$· 1149 Dundas Street West·Map·Hours·

59 local Airbnb hosts recommend

Cozy, quaint and cool. Nothing fancy, just the way we like it. Small but decent selection of beers on tap. Monday nights you all become one big happy (actually) family and choose which record plays... read more

#4

Northwood

Food SceneRestaurants
$· 815 Bloor Street West·Map·Hours·Website·

46 local Airbnb hosts recommend

Cozy drinks spot with a nice patio. Tons of choice in terms of libations. Wine, beer, and a cocktail for everyone. Small snacks.

#5

Odd Seoul

Food SceneRestaurants
$$· 90 Ossington Ave·Map·Hours·Website·

35 local Airbnb hosts recommend

A Toronto take on Korean(ish). If you're snacking/sharing, order a cocktail, the squash poutine, and a Loosey (think Big Mac but little, and on toasty white bread). If you're feasting, try one of t... read more

23 local Airbnb hosts recommend

Toronto's only Scottish pub (that we care about). Walk in and be seated by a red haired lass who is truly the warmest host in the city. Order the burger, fish and chips, beet salad, or one of the d... read more

21 local Airbnb hosts recommend

Mind-blowing pastries made by a French-trained chef who looks *a bit* like a member of the Hell's Angels. Get an almond croissant and a cappuccino and have a wonderful day.

18 local Airbnb hosts recommend

Vegan bakery for vegan and non-vegan people alike. Nobody can hate on these donuts. Flavours change up daily and never disappoint. Go early to make sure you get some.

6 local Airbnb hosts recommend

Korean mom and pop shop specializing in huge fresh fish sandwiches, tacos, burritos, and salads. YUM

5 local Airbnb hosts recommend

A cool spot because it's not "the cool spot". Grab a pint, play some pool, watch a game, then grab a slice from Bitondo's across the street.

3 local Airbnb hosts recommend

Great coffee and baked goods. Lots of room to sit. Sweet spot where Ossington Ave. meets Queen St. West. Perfect for fueling up before exploring.