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Top Choice Museum in Toronto

Royal Ontario Museum

Celebrating its centennial in 2014, the multidisciplinary ROM is Canada's biggest natural history museum and one of the largest museums in North America. You'll either love or loathe the synergy between the original…
Top Choice Film in Toronto

Toronto International Film Festival

Since its inception in 1976, TIFF has grown to be the crowning jewel of the Toronto festival scene and a key player in the world film circuit. Attracting over 400,000 eager cine-philes to the red-carpet celebrity fr…
Top Choice Theater in Toronto

Elgin & Winter Garden Theatre

This restored masterpiece is the world's last operating Edwardian double-decker theater. Celebrating its centennial in 2013, the Winter Garden was built as the flagship for a vaudeville chain that never really took …
Top Choice Area in Toronto

Distillery District

Centered on the 1832 Gooderham and Worts distillery – once the British Empire's largest – the 5-hectare Distillery District is one of Toronto's best downtown attractions. Its Victorian industrial warehouses have bee…
Top Choice Asian in Toronto

Lee

Truly a feast for the senses, dinner at acclaimed cuisinier Susur Lee's self-titled flagship restaurant is an experience best shared. Slick servers assist in navigating the artisan selection of east-meets-west Asian…
Top Choice International in Toronto

Richmond Station

Reservations are strongly advised at this busy and uncomplicated restaurant, brainchild of celebrity Top Chef Canada winner, Carl Heinrich. Dishes are 'ingredient focused and technique driven.' Try the excellent chu…
Top Choice LGBT in Toronto

Pride Toronto

Toronto's most flamboyant event celebrates the diversity of sexuality and gender identity, with a whole month (it was a week) of community events, workshops and gatherings, mostly free. The exploration climaxes with…
Top Choice Cocktail Bar in Toronto

BarChef

Take a date here and there will never be awkward silence. You'll hear 'oohs' and 'aahs' from other tables in the intimate, near-darkness as cocktails emerge alongside a bonsai tree, or under a bell jar of vanilla an…
Top Choice Cultural in Toronto

Toronto Fringe Festival

Celebrating over 25 years in the spotlight, Toronto’s largest theater and performance festival hosts dozens of plays on as many stages over two weeks in early July. Ranging from utterly offbeat to seriously emotive …
Top Choice Ice Cream in Toronto

Kekou Gelato House

Whiskey, black sesame or oolong tea. No not cocktails, but excellent, Asian-inspired ice creams. The delicious flavors are not overly sweet or artificial, and the ginger and dark chocolate dairy free is the punchies…