Spring 2013: We have everything you need for food and entertaining. Stock up on fresh locally grown produce, fine meats and cheeses, mustard, spices and freshly baked bread or peruse the small boutiques in the St. Lawrence Market. On Saturday, the North St. Lawrence Market comes alive with shoppers purchasing goods at the organic farmers' market while on Sunday, it transforms into an antique market spotlighting treasures from the past. It's sure to bring out the shopper in all of us.
Looking for that perfect gift? Old Town Toronto is the best place to find that special gift for that special someone or perfect host or hostess.
Shop 'til you drop as there are literally hundreds of unique items and bargains to be had. Whether you are looking for something specific or just window shopping, you will discover more finds to appease even the most particular of shoppers.
For unique one-of-a-kind goods and wares from around the world, wander through the stores and boutiques in the Distillery District. You'll find unique options like a fireplace you can move and even hang on your wall, and a purse made from recycled seatbelts.
If it is innovative design you seek, then venture to King Street East Design District where you will find the largest collection of fine home decor stores in Toronto.