Toronto Restaurants Scene: Along St Clair Ave W

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

Junction, The
Dundas Street West, from Indian Grove to Quebec Avenue.
The Junction has quite a few international licensed eateries, serving diners attracted by the area's alternative medicine, leisure activities, home decor, personal style shopping. The area has an active arts program, and lots of festivals. The Junction is easily accessible by TTC (Dundas Street West, Keele stations).

Corso Italia
St. Clair Avenue West from Estmount (just east of Dufferin_ to just beyond Lansdowne.
This heavily Italian district is a lively neighbourhood, with trendy cafes, restaurants, pizzarias, and cafes, all showcasing Italian regional delicacies. There's even a bunch of sports bars and a few fast food joints).

Hillcrest Village
St. Clair Avenue from Christie Street west to Winona Drive
Shoppers can enjoy a wide range of quality restaurants and fast food outlets, serving everyhging from Chinese (Dragon Delight, Han's Wok), Pervian & Mexican (Dona Luz Pancho Villa), Italian (Da Gianni & Maria Trattoria) , and an internet café (Café Neo) ..

Forest Hill Village
Spadina Road north of St. Clair Avenue.
This area has a dozen restaurants, food shops and bakeries, offering delectable cuisine, everything fro Japanese, to Italian, Mediterranean, and bagels. After (or before eating) explore a variety of specialty shops for fashion, children's wear, kitchenwar and sweets.

Wychwood Heights
St. Clair Ave. West from Bathurst to Christie /Humewood
The Wychwood area is steeped in arts and cultural history centered around .with Casa Loma, and has a mix of artisans, shops and restaurants, and hosts the ArtWalk festival on the last weekend of September.

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