Toronto Restaurants Scene: Along Queen St W and King St W

Here are the most popular restaurant areas & clusters along Queen St W and King St W (from west to east). [Other Toronto Areas]:

Restaraunt in Parkdale area

Parkdale Village
Queen Street West, between Dufferin and Roncesvalles
This community has over 50 restaurants, as well as retail merchants, and professional offices, with everything from antiques, high-end furniture, Caribbean food, popular live music venues, art galleries, designer fabric shops, and more.

Liberty Village
Around King and Dufferin Streets
Once a jumble of early industrial factories, the community has 20 restaurants serve nearly 400 high tech, arts, design, entertainment and media businesses with 5,000 workers in the area. Everything from Caribbean (AAli;s) East Indian (Chicken Plus), Asian (Hanoi, ESt Noodle), and several pizza joints and cafes. Accessible by TTC, GO Transit, and Toronto's waterfront bicycle and pedestrian routes.

Dundas and Spadina
Chinatown is a vibrant neighbourhood in the centre of Toronto's downtown, just north of City Hall. Home to ethnic Chinese immigrants from Hong Kong, China, Taiwan, Vietnam and elsewhere, you can enjoy authentic Chinese restaurants serving Cantonese, Szechwan, Hunan, and northern Chinese dishes and dim sum.

Brasserie Frisco on Queen West

West Queen West
Queen Street West, between Bathurst Street & Gladstone Avenue
This eclectic retail area has about 70 trendy restaurants, cafes and bars that service the shoppers seeking the latest in fashion, design and style, from the area's 400 boutiques, interior design shops, antique and vintage stores, a selection of distinctive and enticing restaurants, and is home to the largest concentration of galleries in the city.

Queen Street West /Shopping District
Queen St West, Toronto Ontario Canada
Queen St West is a Toronto shopper's paradise with edgy fashions, accessories and jewelry, all close to the City TV building.. There's a bunch of restaurants and bars across the street form the MUCH headquarters, serving the hungry thirsty hordes.

Entertainment District
Front St. to Queen St.; West from Yonge St. to Spadina Ave, centered along King Street
This area has many fine restaurants serving American/Canadian, French, Italian, Japanese. and Mediterranean cuisine, as well as a goodly number of bistros, wine bars, cafes, pubs, bars. Toronto's Entertainment District includes are area around the CN Tower, CHUM City/MuchMusic, Rogers Centre (SkyDome), the Metro Toronto Convention Centre, and several theatres.

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