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“Whether you're a nature or sports enthusiast you'll find something fun to do in G. Ross Lord Park. Over four kilometres of trails, two cricket pitches, a dog off-leash area, three soccer fields, picnic sites and a fire pit can be found within the parks boundaries. ”
“Adding to the mix of awesome stores on Roncesvalles that help to fulfill your meal plans, this wonderful quaint cheese shop. Count on getting there before closing time to ensure you can grab a baguette before they're sold out. The local (Woodbridge, ON) dried sausages, the awesome selection of cheeses, the mix-and-match olive bar and the cured meats and (if you're lucky, and the owner's father has been in town lately) homemade gravlax make an incredible chacuterie board! You can even buy some quality imported cookware (cutting boards, roasting dishes) and olive oils and vinegars. A delightful place to shop.”
“Our absolute favourite local restaurant also happens to be one of the best Izakaya spots in Canada. If you want good Sashimi, this is the place to get it! Some of the sweetest and friendliest service we've ever had. ”
“Campechano means no fuss. It's also a taqueria on Adelaide where the menu features half a dozen tacos, four quesadillas, a gauc, a ceviche, and a single dessert”
“A 24-screen multiplex at the top floors of the Toronto Life Square. They play 3D movies and have VIP screenings. Grab dinner at Milo's Pita prior to your movie in the food court!”
“Island Foods A very well known Toronto establishment for Caribbean roti and patties. It is closed from Saturday to Monday. To avoid line ups go right at 12pm or around 3pm after the lunch rush and before the dinner rush.”