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We visited Little Italy on a humid and lively Saturday night in August and felt there was enough “Italy” to justify the name - in terms of restaurants, coffee bars and gelato stores. We had a tasty, authentic Italy dinner at La Forchetta (pasta, Montepulciano...More
I love the European atmosphere, architecture so little Italy in Toronto is a must-visit destination for me. We went there in the afternoon and to be honest, there were not too many shops opened and there was not much to see. Frankly speaking, I am...More
We love anything dealing with Italy, so the chance to go to Little Italy while we were in Toronto was a huge plus. We walked here along College Street from the subway so we passed through Kensington Market to get here. We did go off...More
We had a stroll in this place but we're dissapointed because there are not so many Italian shops and the place itself is not as in Italy. Maybe for someone who is not travelling could be impressive, but for those who know Italy for sure...More
Great place to take a walk along this bustling street now filled with restaurants, bars, cafes, and a few stores in between. This street has been transformed from many merchants during the 50's, 60's, 70's and 80's to what was called in a NY magazine...More
Last weekend was the CHIN picnic and taste of Italy on College St. I was not very impressed. There was no Italian food being showcased, and this was very disappointing. There were no really good vendors. We bought what was supposed to be lemonade at...More
We went there when they had a festival (taste of italy I guess). It was very busy with lots of food and trink possibilities. but what I really like was, that all the cute restaurants had big outdoor seating areas.
I would come to little...More
We had heard about this restaurant/bar Pinky's which is rather hard to find especially since they do not have any signage. It looks like a renovated home with a large bar area, small outdoor seating and a few crowded tables on the enclosed front porch....More
Toronto's Little Italy is a city hotspot for cafe culture and nightlife. There's something for everyone in Little Italy, apparent from the cross-section of clubbers in glitzy dresses, and elderly couples arm-in-arm heading to their favorite wine or pasta spot. Cafes spill onto the wide sidewalks, pool lounges and bars are always teeming with noise and activity, and both outdoor and indoor marketplaces are
packed with fresh fish, cured meats, and pungent cheeses. All of the activity makes it a perfect spot for people-watching, especially over a nice glass of red wine or a quick and sumptuous slice of pizza at one of the many eateries or trattorias in the area.