Love coming here to try new restaurants! Have had some great meals in very friendly reasonable priced restaurants!!!
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Many restaurants, cafes, a book store, a cinema, and tons of ambience! We generally walk all the way from the library at Shaw street and College, past Chinatown, (if we don`t go into Kensington and Chinatown that day), to U of T, for the free...More
Great place to get the Italian experience. Many places to eat, drink, or snack. Bring your appetite. Fun for the whole family or date night.
We got the recommendation to go here. We went by bike in the evening, but we didn't think it was special. It's a nice neigbourhood with restaurants and cafe's, but nothing special if you aks me. We find via tripadvisor a nice italian restaurant for...More
Great neighbourhood full of restaurants, bars and shops. Side streets are quiet residential areas, lots of homes well kept, nicely landscaped. Bonus for us that the weekend we were there it was also "The Taste of Little Italy" and the big Soccer tournament (sorry, I'm...More
I live on the edge of this neighbourhood. I get takeout at least once a week, often a lot more, and it's almost never Italian, though there's great Italian for sure. I walk and ride through here daily, talk to neighbours and businesses in the...More
We went here since we saw reviews and what not. However, this part of Toronto is pretty much exactly as the rest of Toronto. "Little Italy"? I don't know when this was true, but it must have been long time ago. It's just regular Toronto....More
Of course you would go to Little Italy if the food does not draw you in the fun of the people and the shops will.
Once again, an afternoon on a sunny day spent wandering Little Italy. So many restaurants, bars, bakeries and cafes. Every time we come here we feel like we are back in Italy as we were a few summers ago. Full of young people speaking Italian,...More