Great building to have as a photo backdrop and good in early evening with sun setting. Put up before New York's so history too.
One of Toronto's iconic historic buildings. It's a British pub chain, but the décor is in keeping with the building and they serve a nice range of beers and food. A good homemade burger, fries and a pint cost less than twenty dollars. Staff friendly and helpful, and a nice seating outside for watching the world pass by.
Not too many cities can say they have a Flatiron building. This is indeed a unique architectural feat. Interesting corner to stand at and photograph, with the CN Tower and Office Towers in the background.
a really interesting and unique building in the heart of Toronto...I always loved looking at it. It's even weirder if you manage to get inside it.
I am originally from New York, so it has always bugged me that this is called "the Flatiron Building". The New York original was a major advance in construction and design, and a whole bigger than this place. Other than being similarly shaped, due to the convergence of two streets at an oblique angle, there is nothing in any way... More
You will find photo's of this building everywhere... easy to walk around in all seasons to take your own photo. I like night time shots when there are less cars and people around. Close to the market, the subway or streetcar and lots of other things to do and see in the neighbourhood.
This pub is worth a visit. It offers a great menu, atmosphere and location. The 'quirky' building adds to it. One of the few individual buildings downtown that has avoided corporate destruction.
A gorgeous, unusual building, beautifully restored both inside and out, although normally one can view only the outside. It has also been saved--so far--from being overwhelmed by towers built around it.
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