Experience Toronto Entertainment District
Life is not boring in Toronto Entertainment District. It offers top attractions and other interesting entertainment for everyone to experience.
Walk on a series of maple leaf-like stars featuring celebrities on your way to The Princess of Wales Theatre, Roy Thomson Hall , or The Royal Alexandra Theatre . Canada’s Walk of Fame features 167 stars honoring remarkable Canadians including Corey Hart, Rachel McAdams, Michael Bublé, and Ryan Reynolds.
After watching a concert, show, or musical in one of the theatres mentioned above, experience underwater marvel and see 13,500 exotic sea and freshwater specimens in Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada. Then reach the top of the CN Tower, the signature icon of Toronto’s skyline and a symbol of Canada. Test your nerve by standing, walking, crawling, sitting, or jumping on the glass floor area with a view 342 m (1,122 ft) straight down.
If you’re afraid of heights, walk around RoundHouse Park and explore the amazing collection of trains in Toronto Railway Museum. While you’re at the park, drop by Steam Whistle Brewing and grab a fresh pint of Steam Whistle.
Every September, the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) showcases hundreds of new films you can watch. On other months, you can still watch other movies in TIFF Bell Lightbox or you can watch comedians perform in Yuk Yuk’s , known for the best comedian performers in Canada. For sports fan, witness NHL’s Toronto Maple Leafs, NBA’s Toronto Raptors or the NLL’s Toronto Rock play sports games at Scotiabank Arena. To witness Toronto Blue Jays of Major League Baseball (MLB) play with other teams, go to Rogers Centre.
Aside from notable landmarks, Toronto’s Entertainment District also boasts a residential community and a vibrant business community. After sightseeing during the day, enjoy the night in the following popular restaurants/bars.
PAI is one of the top Thai places serving dishes like salted crab for meat lovers and papaya salad for vegetarians. Thai tea and draft beer are highly recommended.
The Loose Moose
This spot has interesting decoration and vintage signs with rustic tables. There are also lots of food and drink menus.
Moxie’s Grill & Bar
Moxie’s Grill & Bar is a casual dining restaurant featuring extensive food and drink options that can satisfy one’s cravings.
Earls Kitchen + Bar
This place is perfect for a date night with your significant other. The food is delicious, the ambiance is inviting, and the service is impeccable.
Try Bar Hop because there’s about 50 choices of bottled beers to choose from. The staff are knowledgeable and helpful in recommending the best beer, so don’t hesitate to ask.
Elephant & Castle
Elephant & Castle has a good selection of beer on tap. They also serve fish ‘n’ chips and other American classics. The ambiance and the staff are accommodating as well.
No matter what time of day or season, the Toronto Entertainment District appeals to professionals, families, and everyone seeking entertainment.