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Often compared to New York City's Soho, Queen Street is the place to go for trendy dining and nightlife, plus cutting-edge fashion, art galleries, antique shops and bookstores.
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Queen Street, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
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Reviewed 2 May 2018

So much to do, so much to see! There' just no way or maybe there is way you will be able to explore queen street and all it has to offer in one visit. A lot of shops, carrying anything and everything, from clothing, to...More

Thank Awa A
Reviewed 1 May 2018 via mobile

Queen West is a continual strip of stores and restaurants. Mostly locally owner operated and not chain stuff. Be prepared for jams of pedestrians.

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Reviewed 7 April 2018

Went there over the weekend and really enjoyed some of the antique shops as well as the 'end of the line' furniture stores. We are renovating our house so we are looking for some interesting fixture and they can be found on Queen...

1  Thank Moose3737
Reviewed 25 March 2018 via mobile

I came here on a Saturday afternoon. I was walking from the St Lawrence Market to Nathan Phillip Square. Nothing special about this street. Just a regular street with some stores and restaurants on either side. I wasn’t able to check out the graffiti alley...More

Thank AKAshon
Reviewed 28 February 2018

I LOVED this street, especially coming from San Francisco and being the kind of guy that seeks out areas with a hip vibe, cool bars and unique eateries. This is the street to be on. Daytime shopping is good here, and it's very similar to...More

1  Thank The Cake Guy N
Reviewed 10 February 2018

Graffiti alley is cool and well worth checking out, queen street itself is super long but if the weather's good walk it since there's loads of cool boutique shops. At night this is where you can head for a chilled bar scene

1  Thank Kim F
Reviewed 22 January 2018

There are almost too many choices along Queen Street to eat and/or enjoy beverages, day or night. Give Loka Toronto a try for an amazing Tapas style dining experience!!

Thank davet1699
Reviewed 22 January 2018

If you like funky then Queen Street West is for you. The very hip and funky stores can be found west of Spadina. If you walk along Queen as far as Bathurst you will find all sorts of cool little coffee shops, restaurants, clothing stores,...More

Thank TurtleLovers
Reviewed 12 January 2018

Its a busy street near to everything like Old City hall of Toronto, Hudsons Bay, Eaton center, Nathan Philips Square and Adelaide Park.

Thank LuzvimindaR1
Reviewed 10 January 2018

This is a hipster neighbourhood. I love this area because it looks so much like Fitzroy/Brunswick in Melbourne, Australia (minus the snow and also opposite traffic). The similarity is probably because of the tram, well they call it street car in Toronto. Other parts of...More

1  Thank SnippetsofSuri
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