From bars to restaurants to high-end shopping, Yonge and Bloor have a lot to offer. Toronto has somewhere for you to explore, whether you are looking to get some work done or have a late night adventure with friends. Check out our list of some of our favourite places to visit in this prestigious neighbourhood.
Picnic is a takeout spot with a small eating area that serves the busy workers of the community and those passing by. When you are on the run, this is the perfect place to pick up a snack or lunch. Whether it be a baked treat, freshly made juice or a signature sandwiches, they’ve got whatever you are craving. Their diverse menu also includes gluten-free, vegan and vegetarians dishes, so all appetites can be satisfied.
Rooster Coffee is a cafe that provides a comfortable yet sophisticated atmosphere. From espresso’s too cold brews and brownies to salads, you will be able to snack on some delicious items while completing some work, or catching up with friends. So the next time you are for coffee to get you through the day or a place to chat, visit Rooster Coffee.
WaBar is a compilation of a sports bar, izakaya and a game centre. With glowing lights, large TV’s, and classic arcade games, this entertaining bar is guaranteed to bring your competitive spirit. Challenge your closest friends to an intense dance battle, and when you need a break, enjoy the wide selection of rail liquor and the delicious Japanese and Korean inspired dishes.
Monga fried chicken
Monga is a Taiwanese restaurant, that takes fried chicken to a whole new level. Their chicken is marinaded everyday for 8 hours, which ensures every piece is sweet, tender and juicy. The open kitchen allows customers to see how the cooks make their speciality dishes with fresh ingredients. This location is the first chain in Canada and is quickly becoming a neighbourhood staple for fast and traditional Taiwanese cuisine. Visit Monga to explore what Thai cuisine is like.