Here are the most popular restaurant areas & clusters along Bloor St W (from west to east). [Other Toronto Areas]:
Bloor West Village
Bloor Street West, from Glendonwynne Rd to South Kingsway
Bloor West Village is one of Toronto's most popular shopping districts, with a mix o30 distinctive bakeries, delicatessens and restaurants ranging from pizza, to Italian, Felafels, to pub food, and even sushi and Thai food.
Bloor by the Park
Bloor Street West just east of High Park, between Keele and Roncesvalles
This district features many award-winning restaurants, featuring foods and beverages from the Orient, Mexico, France, the British Isles and elsewhere, as well as casual sidewalk cafes.
Bloor Street West between Dufferin and Lansdowne
This revitalized community features many restaurants and bicycle shop. TTC access from Bloor subway line west (Lansdowne or Dufferin stations).
Bloor Street West between Christie and Bathurst Streets
This is where to taste Korean culture and food. This business district features a wide range of Korean restaurants, with some open for 24 hours., and some with no-rae-bang (private karaoke rooms).
Bloor Street between the Annex BIA and the Korea Town BIA
This midtown community is an eclectic culturally diverse, safe and vibrant neighbourhood devoted to the arts, food and entertainment, centered around Honest Ed's and live theatre. The area offers a range of cuisine for all tastes, lots of cafes & fast food joints, and a range of eclectic specialty shops.
Bloor Street between Madison Avenue and Bathurst Street
The Annex is a bohemian residential area with lots of used book & CD shops, and 60 cafes and bistros as well as fashion stores. Located near the University of Toronto, the Annex is a popular student hangout.
Between Spadina & Bathurst (S of Bloor)
This area has a famous bakery and calandrina plus a taste-tempting variety of eating places offering everything from Latin (Boulevard Cafe), Mediterranean (Splendido) and French (Tati Bistro)
North of Bloor between Yonge and Davenport
This former 1960s hippie counter-culture headquarters is now haute couture capital of Toronto with upscale stores, galleries, restaurants, and salons, centered around Holt Renfrew, Hazelton Lanes and the Four Seasons Hotel.. There are both casual rooftop dining and sidewalk patios in summer, with fine establishments such as Hemingways, Remys, Dimmis, and The Pilot.
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