Toronto's Best Shopping Districts

Local favourites in T-dot’s hottest districts 

Queen West

East of Spadina along Queen West you’ll find more mainstream brands; wander west toward Trinity Bellwoods Park for more of an indie feel.

Jacob & Sebastian

This mecca for beauty addicts stocks international and hard-to-find products from brands like Rahua, Tata Harper and Mario Badescu. 

Mini Mioche

Dress up your kids in style with the Mini Mioche collection of organic, eco-friendly and 100-per cent Canada-made clothing and accessories.

Canon Blanc

Add some ooh-la-la to your ensemble with Parisian-style, European-made and fair trade clothing and accessories for men and women. 

Ossington

Also known for its bustling restaurant scene, this west-end strip between Dundas and Queen offers a mix of cool hole-in-the-wall vintage shops and higher-end boutiques. 

BYOB Cocktail Emporium 

Stock up on glassware, bar tools, bitters and all your other cocktail needs. 

Jonathan+Olivia

Drop by for men’s and women’s clothing, shoes, and accessories from brands such as Acne Studios, Rag & Bone and Alexander Wang.

Annie Aime 

Owner Annie Mesenge, a Parisian expat, selects men’s and women’s clothing, shoes and accessories from local and European designers to stock her fashion-forward boutique. 

Kensington Market

West of Spadina, between College and Dundas, this eclectic, energetic neighbourhood is known for its global food scene, vintage stores and shabby-chic vibe.

Courage My Love

A decades-old fixture, this “incense-scented vintage wonderland,” as one local puts it, offers hours of quality browsing for dedicated shoppers. (couragemylove.ca)

Good Egg

This food-centric shop is popular for its kitchenware, tchotchkes and droolworthy selection of cookbooks. 

Leslieville

Stretching along Queen Street from Broadview to Coxwell, this family-friendly neighbourhood is known for its vintage furniture shops and casual eateries.

Guff

This perennially popular shop offers a constantly updated selection of vintage furniture finds with a specialty in mid-century modern and Scandinavian designs.

Machine Age Modern

Shop this nearly 20-year-old decorators’ favourite for its selection of mid-century furniture with a modern contemporary twist. 

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