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Listings shopping alCoHol LCBO Store www.lcbo.com An extensive selection of wines, spirits and beers, including many premium products and regular tastings. Locations: Atrium on Bay: 595 Bay St.; 416-979-9978. Mon-Sat: 10 a.m.9 p.m., Sun 12-5 p.m. Manulife Centre: 55 Bloor St. W.; 416-925-5266. Mon-Wed 10 a.m.8 p.m., Thur-Fri 10 a.m.-9 p.m., Sat 10 a.m.- 8 p.m., Sun 12-5 p.m. Queen’s Quay: 2 Cooper St.; (Queen’s Quay, east of Yonge St.); 416-864-6777. Mon-Sat 9 a.m.10 p.m., Sun. 12-6 p.m. Summerhill: 10 Scrivener Square; (Yonge St., south of Summerhill Ave.); 416-922-0403. Mon-Fri 10 a.m.-10 p.m., Sat 9 a.m.-10 p.m., Sun 11 a.m.-6 p.m. sizes 4-22, 20-80% off MSR price. New shipments weekly. Includes individual wardrobe counselling. Group seminars by appointment. Women for women events scheduled on website. Ports 1961 151 Bloor St. W.; 416-920-9825 www.ports1961.com Clothing designed by Tia Cibani for the global soul with an urban spirit. The Ports collection accommodates modern women’s lifestyle combining high performance with luxury, comfort and design. The Rage 13 Kensington Ave.; 416-588-5177 Located in Toronto’s world famous Kensington Market, The Rage features one-of-a-kind handmade clothing and accessories by local fashion students and independent designers. It’s super fun women’s wear at absolutely affordable prices. Roots Canada Ltd. 1400 Castlefield Ave.; 416-781-3574 www.roots.com Fine leather shoes, jackets, handbags and luggage manufactured in Toronto. Casual and outdoor wear for babies, kids and adults. Tilley Endurables, Inc. 900 Don Mills Rd. 800-363-8737; 416-441-6141 www.tilley.com Take home a Canadian icon. Tilley Hats and the finest travel clothing in the world. Three locations in Toronto. Queen’s Quay Terminal, 900 Don Mills Rd. and Square One Shopping Centre. Fantastic Flea Markets Limited 1250 South Service Rd., Mississauga 905-274-9403 www.fantasticfleamarket.com Antiques, collectibles, new goods, family entertainment giveaways, hundreds of dollars in free monthly draws. Oldest flea market in Toronto. Merchants’ Flea Market Inc. 1921 Eglinton Ave. E., Scarborough 416-757-5698 www.merchantsfleamarket.com Indoor market with 250 vendors. Free admission. Open Sat.-Sun. 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Front section, with more than 40 vendors, is open Wed.-Sun. Includes a large jewellery exchange. vices including Sears, Winners, Levi’s, Aldo, Jacob, Footlocker, La Cache, The Bombay Company, Sportchek, Kodiak, Urban Planet and more. Honest Ed’s Bargain Shopping Centre 581 Bloor St. W.; 416-537-1574 Under the famous, bright marquees, a bargain centre with 160,000 sq. ft. of unique and entertaining shopping. Open daily. Market Village Markham Inc. 4390 Steeles Ave. E., Markham 905-940-2243 www.marketvillage.net An enclosed shopping centre located on 25 acres of property with 140 merchants and more than 1,400 parking spaces. Offers fashion, fast foods, restaurants, banking, services and specialty stores. Queen’s Quay Terminal 207 Queen’s Quay W.; 416-203-3269 www.toronto.com/queensquay Explore specialty stores and restaurants, all in a unique lakeside setting. Sobey’s grocery store now open. Toronto Eaton Centre 220 Yonge St.; 416-598-8700 www.torontoeatoncentre.com The number one retail destination in the heart of downtown Toronto with more than 250 shops, services and restaurants. Shopping Hours Mon.-Fri. 10 a.m.-9 p.m., Sat. 9:30 a.m.-7 p.m., Sun. 12-6 p.m. Vaughan Mills 1 Bass Pro Mills Dr., Vaughan 905-879-2110 www.vaughanmills.com This 250 store mecca combines fashion, outlets, dining and entertainment 32 km north of Toronto. Bass Pro, NASCAR SpeedPark, Lucky Strike Lanes, Holt Renfrew Last Call and Pro Hockey Life. sHoPPinG Centres/ dePartment stores Atrium on Bay 20 Dundas St. W.; 416-595-1957 www.atriumonbay.com A unique shopping experience in the heart of downtown. Conveniently located on the subway line and on Toronto’s PATH system. More than 50 stores and services, eateries and some of downtown’s most popular dining spots. The Bay, Bloor Street 44 Bloor St. E.; 416-972-3333 www.hbc.com Canada’s department store offers visitors famous brand names in fashion, home décor, cosmetics and fragrances. Official retailer of Canada’s Olympic Apparel. Access by car and TTC (Yonge & Bloor stop). The Bay, Queen Street 176 Yonge St.; 416-861-9111 www.hbc.com Canada’s largest department store offers one-million sq. ft. of famous brand names in fashion, home décor, cosmetics, fragrances and is the official retailer of Canada’s Olympic Apparel. Access by car and TTC (Yonge & Queen stop). Brookfield Place 181 Bay St.; 416-777-6480 www.brookfield-place.com Embrace modern urban commerce and culture amidst the architectural splendour of the Allen Lambert Galleria. Also home to a trendy mix of shopping, dining options and upscale amenities. Access to Union Station via the PATH. Canada One Factory Outlet 7500 Lundy’s Lane, Niagara Falls 866-284-5781, 905-356-8989 www.canadaoneoutlets.com 40 brand name outlets including Nike, The Sony Store, Levi’s Outlet, Reebok, Esprit, Couture Parfums, Guess, Tommy Hilfiger and Roots. Open everyday except Dec. 25 and Jan. 1. Dixie Outlet Mall 1250 South Service Rd., Mississauga 905-278-3494 www.dixieoutletmall.com Offers more than 135 stores and ser- aPParel/aCCessories First Toronto Jewellery Exchange 215 Yonge St.; 416-216-7062 www.jewelleryexchanges.com Gold, silver, diamonds, watches and other jewellery. More than 30 independent jewellery shops under one roof. Freda’s 86 Bathurst St. 888-373-3271, 416-703-0304 www.fredas.com An award-winning Canadian fashion designer whose collections have been called masterpieces of style and elegance. Her collections are made with the finest Europran fabrics, with special attention to detail. GOTSTYLE The Menswear Store 489 King St. W.; 416-260-9696 www.gsmen.com A one-stop shopping emporium. Offers a great selection of clothing, sportswear, shoes, accessories, grooming products and more. Choose from classic styles to trendy designer brands. Also offers the only in-store barbershop and spa for men. Harry Rosen Inc. 82 Bloor St. W. 416-972-0556 www.harryrosen.com Canada’s pre-eminent quality menswear retailer offers fine designer labels such as BOSS Hugo Boss, Ermenegildo Zegna, Armani Collezioni, Canali, Versace, Brioni and Loro Piana, with an unprecedented commitment to personalized service. Holt Renfrew & Co. Ltd. 50 Bloor St. W.; 416-922-2333 www.holtrenfrew.com Offers a wide selection of exclusive brand names for men and women as well as a variety of special services. Marilyn’s/Home of the Wardrobe Doctor 200 Spadina Ave.; 416-504-6777 www.marilyns.ca Ladies Canadian Designer clothing 102 art Galleries Hollander York Gallery 110 Yorkville Ave.; 416-923-9275 info@hollanderyorkgallery.com Located in historic Yorkville, the gallery offers a superb selection of paintings, sculptures and limited edition prints representing top contemporary and traditional Canadian artists. Kinsman Robinson Galleries 108 Cumberland St.; 416-964-2374 www.kinsmanrobinson.com Specializing in 20 and 21st century figurative art featuring contemporary and historical Canadian paintings, sculpture and international works on paper. Representing Canada’s leading First Nations artists, Robert Davidson and Norval Morrisseau. sPeCialty sHoPs Arctic Nunavut 207 Queen’s Quay W. 800-509-9151; 416-203-7889 www.ndcorp.nu.ca Inuit carvings, jewellery, clothing, unique gifts and books. Owned and operated by the Nunavut Development Corporation. Additional location at Toronto Pearson International Airport. Ciara’s Casual Chic 155A Main St., Unionville 905-477-6464 www.casualchic.ca Carrying a large selection of great clothing for women, men and children, their collection of Juicy Couture, Ed Hardy, Simple Shoes and 7 Jeans is one of Canada’s largest. Edible Arrangements 209 Main St., Unionville 905-947-9555 www.ediblearrangements.ca Creating fresh fruit bouquets to make marKets Dr. Flea’s Highway 27 & Albion Flea Market 8 Westmore Dr.; 416-745-3532 www.drfleas.com Featuring Toronto’s largest flea market and farmer’s market. Fully climatecontrolled building and outdoor facilities include more than 400 vendors. 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Toronto Magazine - Premier 2008
Contents
Contributors
David Miller
David Whitaker
Pier Giorgio Di Cicco
Around Town
Impulse Purchase
On Location
City Gastronomie
Discovery District
Tower of Strength
Crowd Surfers
The Haunting
Starchitects
Super Fans
The Creative City
Fashionable People
The Streets
After Dark
Listings
Culture & Recreation
Accomodations
Restaurants
Shopping
Tour Operators
Transportation
Neighbourhoods of Greater Toronto
Adventures Beyond Downtown
Visitor Resources
Index
2008 Event Calendar
The Lightbox
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