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Shopping in Toronto

Toronto is a city renowned for its high-end shopping and original fashions. Head to Yorkville for exclusive shopping at Holt Renfrew and Hazelton Lanes. Queen West is the place for original fashions at shops like Fashion Crimes. Chinatown includes lots of Asian specialities - culinary and otherwise - as well as the city's famed Kensington Market. St Lawrence Market, the city's oldest in Old Toronto, has been selling goods since 1803.

St Lawrence Market, Toronto. © Toronto Tourism
Holt Renfrew, Toronto. &copy Toronto Tourism
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Holt Renfrew

Canada's finest department store

Holt Renfrew, Canada's exclusive department store, is situated in a downtown flagship location. Three storeys of shopping include designer names like Chanel, Hermes, Vera Wang, Gucci and Prada. Shop for fashions, cosmetics, accessories and shoes.



Opening Hours

Mon-Sat 10am-6pm (until 8pm Thu & Fri & 7pm Sat); Sun 12pm-6pm

Address

50, Bloor Street West, Toronto M4W 1A1

Telephone

+1 416 922 2333

Transport

By subway to Bay or Bloor-Yonge station

Website

Holt Renfrew Website

Eaton Centre, Toronto. © Toronto Tourism
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Eaton Centre

Largest downtown shopping mall

With over 300 retailers, a large food court, and a beautiful five-storey atrium ceiling, the Eaton Centre is downtown Toronto's largest and most popular mall. Popular outlets include Indigo, Levi's, H&M and Zara, selling clothing, music, books and electronics.



Opening Hours

Mon-Fri 10am-9pm; Sat 9.30am-7pm; Sun 11am-6pm

Address

220, Yonge Street, Toronto M5B 2H1

Telephone

+1 416 598 8560

Transport

By subway to Queen or Dundas station

Website

Eaton Centre Website

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Hazelton Lanes

Upmarket shopping centre

Toronto's most upscale shopping mall in trendy Yorkville comprises 60 boutique shops selling designer handbags, shoes, clothing, jewellery and gifts. Famous labels include Dolce & Gabbana, Manolo Blahnik, Carolina Herrera and Valentino.



Opening Hours

Mon-Sat 9am-6pm (until 7pm Thu); Sun 12pm-5pm

Address

87, Avenue Road, Toronto M5R 3R9

Telephone

+1 416 968 8680

Transport

By subway to Bay station

Website

Hazelton Lanes Website

Kensington Market, Toronto. © Toronto Tourism
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Kensington Market

Food & flea market

Kensington Market in Chinatown sells a little of everything. Whether you're shopping for bread and cheese for a picnic lunch, exotic herbs or discounted designer suits and vintage clothes, you'll find it at this popular food and flea market.



Opening Hours

Daily 11am-7pm

Address

Dundas Street West at Spadina Avenue, Toronto MST 2S8

Transport

By subway to St Patrick station

Website

Kensington Market Website

St Lawrence Market, Toronto. © Toronto Tourism
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St Lawrence Market

Toronto's oldest market

St Lawrence Market has been trading since 1803. The larger South Hall features stalls selling sandwiches, honey, jewellery, books and clothing. The North Hall is a farmers market on Saturdays and an antique market on Sundays.



Opening Hours

South Market Tue-Fri 8am-6pm (until 7pm Fri); Sat 5am-5pm, North Market Sat & Sun 5am-5pm

Address

92, Front Street East, Toronto M5E 1C4

Telephone

+1 416 392 7120

Transport

By subway to King station

Website

St Lawrence Market Website

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Pusateri's

Upmarket Food & Gifts

Located in the upscale Yorkville district, Pusateri's is a family-owned delicatessen selling interesting foods for a take-away lunch or to take home. Choose from biscuits, chocolates, cheeses, jams and spreads or pick up gourmet, pre-packaged lunches to take away.



Opening Hours

Mon-Sat 8am-8pm (until 9pm Thu & Fri); Sun 8am-7pm

Address

57, Yorkville Avenue, Toronto M5R 3V6

Telephone

+1 416 785 9100

Transport

By subway to Bay station

Website

Pusateri's Website

SOMA Chocolatemaker, Toronto. Photo by Amy S Eckert
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SOMA Chocolatemaker

Decadent chocolates and desserts

Located in Toronto's historic Distillery District, SOMA Chocolatemaker creates its own chocolates on site and hand dips truffles, nuts, pralines, coffee beans, cookies, candied fruits and other goodies. If chocolate is not your thing, try SOMA's hand-churned gelato (ice cream).



Opening Hours

Mon-Sat 10am-8pm; Sun 11am-6pm

Address

55, Mill Street, Toronto M5A 3C4

Telephone

+1 416 815 7662

Transport

By subway to King station

Website

SOMA Chocolatemaker Website

Toronto Antiques on King, Toronto. &copy Ontario Tourism
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Toronto Antiques on King

Historical items for sale

A wide array of artefacts fill Toronto Antiques on King, a mall of antiques in the heart of Toronto's Entertainment District. Items for sale include fine artworks, estate jewellery, ceramics, furniture, Oriental carpets and items crafted by First Nations people.



Opening Hours

Tue-Sun 10am-6pm

Address

284, King Street West, Toronto M5V 1J2

Telephone

+1 416 260 9057

Transport

By subway to St Andrew station

Website

Toronto Antiques on King Website

Fashion Crimes, Toronto. Courtesy of Fashion Crimes
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Fashion Crimes

Elegant women's fashion designs

Shopping is fun at Fashion Crimes, where owner Pam Chorley creates her own glamorous designs for women. Sparkling jewellery, boas, opera gloves, cocktail dresses, crinolines, handbags and scarves glitter and gleam in this shop in Queen West.



Opening Hours

Mon-Sat 10am-7pm (until 8pm Fri); Sun 12pm-6pm

Address

322, 1/2 Queen Street, Toronto M5V 2A2

Telephone

+1 416 592 9001

Transport

By subway to Osgoode station

Website

Fashion Crimes Website

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