It was nice to walk through, lots of flowers and well maintained. It was worth walking through to experience a part of Toronto but definitely pricy.
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A great couple of blocks filled with wonderful boutiques and cafes . This is a special high end neighborhood and expect to park in one of the garages off street.
There is more to this area than the ROM, check out the culture and lots of great resturants. Especially for some healthier options (ie. smoothie bowls, poke bowls, cold pressed juice)
Yorkville is home to some of the most exclusive shops in Toronto. It is also home to some of the trendiest restaurants. Nice place to wander around on a sunny day.
We explored the area after visiting the Royal Ontario Museum. Yorkville is more upscale going by the high end shops and hotels. I would not call it a touristy place despite the ROM, but a place to seek out if you want go to expensive...More
We have visited Toronto a couple times and have stayed in the Yorkville neighborhood. I think you get a sense of Toronto in this neighborhood but are still near shopping, good restaurants, and via the metro have easy access to the rest of the city.
Yorkville used to be two streets of small shops and restaurants with a "look at me" vibe. Now it seems to be basically high end condos, very pricey restaurants and construction. We were dissappointed in the area and would not recommend tourists include it in...More
In the '60's, this was the cool place to hang out in Toronto - particularly late at night in the summertime. Rooftop coffee houses, Gordon Lightfoot singing The Edmund Fitzgerald ... in person. Oscar Peterson at the Park Plaza. Ah, them were the good old...More
The area is nice to walk around, but the vibe I get is very pretentious. Fancy hotels, expensive galleries, trendy restaurants. It's nice to check out, but the crowd is snooty I felt. The patios are really nice.