Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art
At Queen and Ossington, in the heart of West Queen West's design and arts precinct, MOCCA's mandate is to exhibit innovative works by...
Community Bicycle Network
Celebrating 20 years championing for sustainable transportation, CBN offers rentals, repairs, workshops and events from a convenient...
In a city of infused vodkas and creative cocktails, Betty's refuses to mix anything with more than three ingredients. This no-nonsense...
For a city as food-diverse as Toronto, there's a definite lack of good fish and chipperys. Chippy's is an exception: the fish is as...
892 Queen St W · interesting places nearby
This art deco diner features a small and deceptively simple menu, with items like smoked oyster with pancetta and egg scrambles, club sandwiches, and mussels that rest iced in a vintage Coca-Cola cooler. The coffee is divine, and it's a great place to sit at the counter and read the paper on a rainy Sunday: if you can get a table.