Pimblett's Downtown Toronto B&B

242 Gerrard Street East, Toronto, M5A 2G2, Canada
Pimblett's Downtown Toronto B&B
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Lunch in Toronto Eglington and Bayview area

by andymano

Travelling to Toronto and staying around Bayview/Eglikngton area. Looking for a good Luncheon spot Preferably Italian or european

Re: Lunch in Toronto Eglington and Bayview area

by July2

Hi Andy, I know the area but not well enough to name specific restaurants unfortunately. On Bayview south of Eglinton, there are many restaurants to choose from - Thai, pubs, Italian ... a lot of choice.

At Sheppard/Bayview, (n. of Eglinton) in Bayview Village Mall there are two restaurants - Il Fornello's, which is good for pasta, pizza, etc. The salads are huge, if that interests you. Also, Oliver & Bonacini's - again pasta, pizza, and varied entrees.

Not on Bayview, but on Yonge Street, there is La Vecchia which is about 10 minutes walk north from Eglinton. (Not sure if they're open for lunch - must check).

Re: Lunch in Toronto Eglington and Bayview area

by July2

La Vecchia opens for lunch. Hope the info. helps.

Re: Lunch in Toronto Eglington and Bayview area


Bayview south of Eglinton

Amaya - Indian and very good . not sure about lunch( they also have a takeout
at a separate location).
RIZ - Pan Asian
Lemongrass - Thai

and an assortment of others but I think only one Italian

Head West to Mt. Pleasant and south of Eglinton

Celestin - French lunch wed. to sun. very good
Lai Toh Heen - chinese - anotehr very good
Positano - Italian

All within walking distance( east side of Mt. Pleasant)

and an assortment of others tending towards European/Italian

There is a new French Bistro ,which has had excellent reviews name starts with an M ( I will let you know out tomorrow)

Re: Lunch in Toronto Eglington and Bayview area


The new French Bistro on Mt. Pleasant is called Mogette.
Check their web site . They do not serve lunch.

Travel Tips for Toronto

CN Tower on the Cheap

by MissAntarctica2002

A couple of years ago, my sister discovered a way to experience the CN Tower for less money. As many VTourists have comiserated on this site, there is a fee ($12 I think) to ride the elevator up the CN Tower. People who eat at the 360 Restaurant (it revolves and shows an incredible view), get to ride the elevator for free. Dinner there is really expensive, but lunch is much more reasonable. So, plan on going there for lunch, and you can see the observation decks etc. for free. You'll probably spend as much as you would have on the elevator ride, but you get lunch out of it too.

Visitar la Ciudad que es...

by Chasse

Visitar la Ciudad que es moderna e interesante y sus lugares cercanos como son Lago Ontario, Niágara y sus cataratas. El reloj floral,y la zona denominada 'Mil Islas' La torre CN en la ciudad y la Skylon,desde cuya cima pueden observarse El Velo de Novia y La Herradura, El recorrido en el pequeño barco' Doncella de la Brisa' ( Maid of the Mist), a los pies de ambas cataratas, así como la navegación desde Rockport entre la gran cantidad de Islas en el límite de EU y Canadá. En el caudaloso Río San Lorenzo

Map of the Toronto Island Park

by freddie18

Toronto Island Park is a place to unwind. Spend more time here because there is so much to do aside from relaxation. Spend a day!

Can you see the map of the Toronto Island Park? This is what I am telling you. It is so huge that you almost have no time to sit. This is if you really want to explore the whole of it.

As soon as you disembark from the Ferry Boat, you will see the map right in front of the entrance of the Centre Island. Check and see so that your walking will be smooth and you have nothing to miss.

For schedule of trip to the Centre Island Park and other details, refer to the link provided.


Drinking in Canada/Ontario

by treasurehunter

a tip no drinking is permitted legally on the street in Canada or having open liqour in a car
or beer case and bottles have to be sealed and can only bet transported between point of purchase and home or hotel. 19 is the age to drink in Ontario 18 in quebec. have fun!

Go Leafs Go!

by Marta23

Go to any local bar and see a hockey game! Toronto is crazy about their hometown team, and hockey in general.
The NHL season begins in October and ends in June. During the play-offs (usually beginning in early May), the pubs are filled with cheering, beer-drinking and devoted fans.
So if you're in town, see a game and join the team spirit! After all, hockey is a Canadian sport!

NOTE: Unfortunetly, there is no NHL this year, but we're patiently waiting for the next season to begin.


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Address: 242 Gerrard Street East, Toronto, M5A 2G2, Canada