Here are the most popular restaurant areas & clusters along Yonge Street(from west to east). [Other Toronto Areas]:
Financial District & Underground City (PATH)
Between University Ave & Yonge St. from Union Station north to Dundas Street
The Financial District and the underground city (known as PATH) are located in downtown Toronto, and includes the towering office buildings of the financial district. The 11 kilometre PATH system connects many downtown buildings and their 1,200 retail stores, services, cafes and restaurants. Not all the dining is underground (think food court)… The best ones are either street level, or up in the sky (ie Canoe).
Toronto Eaton Centre & Downtown Yonge B.I.A.
Yonge from Richmond St north to College & Carlton Strets
The crowds come for the Toronto Eaton Centre or the nearby Canon Theatre, Elgin & Winter Garden Theatre Centre, Massey Hall theatres, so there is lots of dining in the area. Along Yonge Street, in College Park and around the Yonge-Dundas Square are lots lot restaurants. There are fine dining restaurants serving steak, Italian, Portuguese and Thai food, as well as a number of family /casual dining establishments, a number of coffee shops and a host of food courts /fast food eateries.
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.
Rosedale Main Street
Yonge Street from Crescent Road north to Woodlawn Avenue (or between Bloor to St Clair)
Rosedale Main Street area is full of high-end antique & decor stores as well as neighbourhood restaurants, sidewalk cafes, and gourmet shops.
Midtown (Yonge & Eglinton)
This is a popular young neighbourhood with vibrant street shopping, movie theatres and many excellent restaurants, especially along Eglinton. The area's high-rise residents in their 20s and early 30s in this "Young and Eligible" area love to eat out.
Yonge St from Roehampton north to Glengrove
In the City's historic North Toronto neighbourhood, this area has an eclectic mix of fine dining and local pubs, specialty foods and kitchen wares, international retailers and local designers, and necessities for the sports enthusiast.
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