Malls in Toronto

Top Shopping Malls in Toronto, Ontario

Shopping Malls in Toronto

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  • Haynesjen
    Newton, MA57 contributions
    Lots of stores, tall ceilings, interesting food court. If you’re from somewhere that has large malls, this one isn’t terribly difference. If you’re not, worth a visit if you enjoy a well-equipped mall.
    Written April 28, 2022
    This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.
  • Stephanie d
    Toronto, Canada59 contributions
    Yorkville is known for being super expensive/high end and it is, but it's also nice for a walk around and a sweet treat on an afternoon.
    Written April 21, 2022
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  • KodoDrummer
    Yekaterinburg, Russia64,085 contributions
    Nice mall, with a good collection of stores. Not overly large. Easy to get to and lots of parking. It keeps being upgraded.
    Written December 6, 2021
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  • Quack H
    HONG KONG2,810 contributions
    Was there in Feb before the lock down of the city. I was at the MUJI and Rexall Drug Store at the PATH.
    Written April 18, 2020
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  • one on one
    Toronto, Canada68 contributions
    Everything you need and more.Fashion.Food.Books.Home decor.Right off Hwy 401.Ample parking.Near lots of restaurants and food trucks.
    Written August 23, 2021
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  • AnLil
    783 contributions
    This mall is next to the TTC subway & bus stop and is popular with female (older) shoppers. Therefore, it features “boutique” higher-end clothing, jewellery-accessories, optical, and intimate apparel—not casual /children’s stores. There is no food court but restaurants/cafes (N-S and W) besides Loblaws supermarket with covered parking. However, some seating has been removed, aside from permanent fixtures nearer Pusateri’s / washrooms. Like at other Toronto area malls, a lot of vendors have not done well esp. due to past health-related closures; and on-site library shutdown has meant no regular visits by mothers with young kids. Prices remain higher—in the central Shoppers Drug Mart, too. Still, salons and dental offices manage to operate on the top/bottom (N/S parking-access) levels, although numerous independent stores have gone out of business. Increasingly, indoor dining near Tabule (Lebanese) keep leaving…resulting in far less options than Fairview’s food court / offices or vast retail / restaurants at Yorkdale mall. On the North side, there’s makeshift covered patio dining labelled Bayview Village ‘Haute’, parking/curb-side but at least safely outdoors. However, management doesn’t seem to enforce mask requirements indoors, and I didn’t see many seniors shopping. Hopefully, storekeepers will make a quick recovery with the ongoing public health measures…and Mastermind toys might hang on for families after Chapters’ Indigo bookstore, now gone. Bayview Village is not bustling like before—especially recollecting age-old pictures with Santa !
    Written September 15, 2021
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  • ravi g
    Colombo, Sri Lanka37 contributions
    Pleasant mall with a variety of shops inclusive of a wall mart. Has a very good food court with this and Japanese food outlets . Will recommend a visit
    Written October 1, 2019
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  • Escape07525159469
    5 contributions
    A mix variety of shops in an outdoor setting which is a nice contrast to a regular mall. Nice place to walk around and/or have a coffee and relax.
    Written November 5, 2019
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  • Richard_Trus
    Toronto, Canada6,416 contributions
    This is a very confusing place to try to get around - It is part of the Toronto PATH - and all the corridors look identical - There are plenty of good places to eat if you are doing work in the offices upstairs, but nothing that would make you come here that you can't find in one of the larger malls. Architecturally - it is a beautiful building with all the white granite and the flags of all the provinces and Canada at the king street entrance.
    Written August 10, 2015
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  • Rockiroads
    Oshawa, Canada1,146 contributions
    Still a bit of a Zoo on a sunny day with people walking about, and boats coming in and out, water taxis, coffee close by. Like a terminal to get around the waterfront. Yes some stores missing, (one of my faves that sold lambskin jackets way back). Still a place to see some sights. The building right beside would be a great place to live. Still, it is close to everything walking wise. A good place to check out in the summer and find your way to the islands from there. People watching with coffee.
    Written February 23, 2017
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  • Sightsee822836
    74 contributions
    An awesome tourist attraction. So many adventures to be gad in this building. If you spend $50 in the newly opened Eataly you can get the underground parking validated for a few hours. The 180 and Varsity movie theatre are also. The 180 gives some of the best views of Toronto from the open rooftop patio.
    Written November 17, 2019
    This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.
  • silverbrook
    London, Canada4,881 contributions
    The Atrium on Bay is a small collection of shops and restaurants across from the massive CF Eaton Centre. There is paid parking within walking distance in various parking garages which can be fairly expensive, or you can access this mall easily using public transit. We have eaten at St. Louis's Bar & Grill, but there is also a Red Lobster, McDonald's and a variety of other dining choices. There is a drug store, a post office and several stores in the mall if you need to get some shopping done, but do not want to be overwhelmed by the massive mall nearby.
    Written August 10, 2019
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  • Toya S.
    Toronto, Canada334 contributions
    I had a great time here at Stackt! Although the fiod system is disorganized, they made for it with delicious drinks! So yummy!
    It's a nice attraction and lots of little shops. My server, Danielle, was AMAZING!
    Written September 4, 2020
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  • one on one
    Toronto, Canada68 contributions
    Close to intersection of major highways 401 and 404.Good crowd.Good variety of stores and food services.Ample parking.
    Written September 8, 2021
    This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.
  • David M
    Toronto, Canada3 contributions
    I was surprised there wasnt many reviews of the Hot Dog. Where else can you get a Hot dog for $1.50

    ok its average,. but that that price the fact you can even get it is incredible!

    that is all
    Written July 26, 2019
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