1 Celebrating Prince William’s wedding on this side of the pond with a cup of the royal wedding blend tea from Majesteas.
2 The quiet confines of the Toronto Sculpture Garden.
3 Dramatic 15-foot-tall renderings of roosters in the dining room at Ultra.
4 Crispy thin-crust pizza from Mercatto.
5 A rejuvenating soak in the hot green tea pool at Body Blitz Spa.
8. Woodbine Racetrack
6 The retractable roof at the Rogers Centre—you can gaze at stars in the sky or at the Toronto Blue Jays on the field.
7 Heading lakeside to explore the Harbourfront.
8 The thundering sound of hooves on opening day at Woodbine Racetrack.
9 Admiring the “Canada” bowl, circa 1725, the first depiction of this country in ceramic, at the Gardiner Museum.
10 The adventurous rotating menu at Beast, which has included oven-roasted bone marrow.
11. Purdy's Sweet Georgia Browns
11 Sweet Georgia browns from Purdy’s—toasted and salted pecans with caramel and milk chocolate all in one morsel.
12 Warm and doughy bagels from St. Urbain at St. Lawrence Market.
13 Getting lost in the curated stacks at Type Books, a favourite of resident bibliophiles.
14 The fervor of the “scramble” at Yonge and Dundas, where you can cross the street in any direction.
15 Designer Kimberley Newport-Mimran’s favourite things—an international collection of goods from New Zealand to Sweden at Seventy-Seven.
13. Type Books
16 Reveling in the smooth sounds of jazz at The Trane Studio, named for saxophonist John Coltrane.
17 Inventive Japanese fare at Ginza Sushi, with offerings like sashimi boats.
18 Seeing the city on your own schedule with Gray Line’s Hop-On, Hop-Off City Tour.
19 Local retail therapy at Shopgirls, which stocks items by many Toronto fashion, accessory and decor artists.
20 Sampling a variety of vintages courtesy of Eight Wine Bar’s “buck an ounce” program on Friday nights from 4 to 9 p.m.
21 The homey interior of Bobbette & Belle, where framed whisks and vintage plates adorn the walls as art.
22 Slurping back a freshly shucked oyster from Rodney’s Oyster House.
23 The upscale diner ambience of The Counter, which serves all-day breakfast and more.
24 Strolling along Canada’s Walk of Fame and counting how many names you recognize.
25 Inspecting the intricate and ornate silver art deco doors of the Design Exchange.
26. Real Sports Bar & Grill
26 Catching playoff hockey action at the ultimate man cave, Real Sports Bar & Grill.
27 Tracing the career of silent film star Mary Pickford in an exhibit at the TIFF Bell Lightbox.
28 Shopping for vintage finds for less at Haute Classics. You might find classic Chanel and Chloé pieces.
29 The melodious church bells of St. James Cathedral.
30 Soaking in the academic vibe on the University of Toronto’s bustling campus.