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Yours to Discover: Day Five

Winter’s on its way out; it’s time to get a head start on exploring. Guide yourself with our specialized itineraries, or contact one of Toronto’s many tour operators to delve deeper into this multifaceted metropolis. And don’t forget to check out previous Yours to Discover posts, here: Day One, Day Two, Day Three, Day Four.

Hit these streets to satisfy your every culinary craving.

OSSINGTON AVENUE For some real local flavour, this hip strip offers diverse, indie-chic restaurants.

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HARBORD STREET An eclectic, tucked-away treat of a street featuring worldly cuisine.

View Yours to Discover: Restaurant Rows: Harbord Street in a larger map

QUEEN STREET EAST Residential Leslieville’s main drag is home to a multitude of welcoming eateries with real neighbourhood character.

View Yours to Discover: Restaurant Rows: Queen Street East in a larger map

Foodies can get the inside scoop with a unique jaunt to gourmet shops in the hip West Queen West neighbourhood, courtesy of ChowBella. Culinary concierge Trina Hendry introduces guests to specialty spice traders, tea merchants, macaron makers and more on this three-hour Sunday stroll.

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