Etobicoke Travel Guide

  • Humber Bridge, Etobicoke, Ontario
    Humber Bridge, Etobicoke, Ontario
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Etobicoke Hotels

  • Comfort Hotel Airport North

    445 Rexdale Boulevard, Toronto, Ontario, M9W 6K5, Canada

    Satisfaction: Average

    Good for: Solo

    Hotel Class 3 out of 5 stars

  • Quality Suites Toronto Airport

    262 Carlingview Dr., Toronto, Ontario, M9W 5G1, Canada

    Satisfaction: Average

    Good for: Business

  • Park Inn Toronto Hwy 27

    30 Vice Regent Blvd, Etobicoke, M9W 7A4, Canada

    Satisfaction: Poor

    Good for: Business

Etobicoke Restaurants

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    Lone Star Texas Grill: beef isn't always best....

    by davecallahan Written Apr 2, 2007

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    You might think it silly to order chicken at a steakhouse, but this place makes the best fried chicken fingers you have ever tasted. They have a special recipe and a special dipping sauce that makes you want more. My wife got the Texas potato and soup and salad; a huge sour-creamed affair with a generous plate of greens and a bowl of vegetable soup. Add in the coffee and tip and it cost us about $20 for dinner: that is a good deal of food at a good deal less than I expected.
    These restaurants are all over Canada and the U.S. They are heavy dark wood tables with big chairs and booths. The waiters and waitresses are all in teeshirts and jeans. The clientel are all in casual dress and there are plenty of families at dinner time. There is a bar section behind the belly-high wall separating the dinner area from the drinker area.
    There wasn't any of the loud Texas music and the staff did not have a Texas accent and that made the experience all the better. The meals were served quickly and the waiter was friendly.
    All in all, it was a good eating experience.

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Etobicoke Local Customs

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    neighborhoods in Etobicoke

    by davecallahan Updated Jun 18, 2007

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    Alderwood... Etobicoke Creek to Kipling Avenue on the west-to-east, Evans Avenue and the CNR railway on the north-to-south

    Eatonville... centered around route 427; part of Islington

    Humber Valley

    Islington... Rathburn Road to Norseman Street (north-to-south), Royal York Road to Kipling Avenue (east-to-west)

    Kingsway... Humber Valley on the east; Bloor Street on the south; Dundas Street on the north

    Long Branch... Lake Ontario on the south, Etobicoke Creek to the west, the Canadian National railway to the north and Kipling Avenue to the east

    Markland Wood... Etobicoke Creek to the west, Elmcrest Creek to the east

    Mimico... Evans Avenue to the north, Lake Ontario to the south, Mimico Creek to the east, and Dwight Avenue to the west


    WestWay... northern part of the area, close to Islington and Highway 401

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