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One of the chicest and most famous neighbourhoods in Canada, Yorkville offers some of the city’s finest dining, specialty shops, galleries, and high-end fashion. Flanked by business towers and moments from the Annex and the University of Toronto campus, and conveniently accessible by Bay, Museum and Bloor subway stations, Yorkville is a favorite destination for people from all walks of life.
A number of bars and pubs sit along Yorkville Ave, especially concentrated along Cumberland - The Pilot is one of three clubs in Toronto exclusively dedicated to jazz, and its 1940's aesthetic attracts trendy folks of all ages. Stretches of each street are dedicated to specific specialties, from a row of chic galleries promoting local artists to a stretch of fashion boutiques with world-renowned names, including Chanel, Prada and Gucci. Restaurants like Sotto Sotto are ideal for intimate and upscale date nights, and Panorama’s stunning view lives up to its name. For modest shoppers, more affordable options are available, like perennial student favourite Sushi Inn. To offset the dense centre of downtown, Yorkville includes natural elements like the serene Yorkville Park stretch along Cumberland and Bellair, featuring breathtaking fountains and sculptures, beautifully tended foliage and massive boulders perfect for sun tanning or sharing a picnic lunch.
Housing in Yorkville is generally restricted to the latest in luxurious condominium living and elegant townhomes, and the demographic skews towards the affluent and childless. Shopping centres like Holt Renfrew offer several jaw-dropping floors of the finest fashion available. The Manulife Centre serves the needs of busy commuters and Charles Street residents alike, offering an Indigo, movie theatre, grocery stores like Alex Farm, and chic Canadian clothing shops like Jacob.
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