Downtown Toronto stretches from the shores of Lake Ontario north up to College and Carlton streets. Home to a host of fantastic Toronto attractions, Downtown Toronto is separated into eastern and western halves by Yonge Street.
Downtown Toronto: Hotels, Restaurants & Attractions
Some of the neighborhoods in Downtown West include Chinatown, Little Italy, Kensington Market, Queen Street West, the Financial District, the Harbourfront and the Toronto Islands (Ward's, Centre and Algonquin). Downtown East neighborhoods include The Beaches, St. Lawrence Market and Little India.
Visitors to Downtown West will find attractions like the Lake Ontario shores, the Toronto Islands, the Rogers Centre (formerly the Skydome), City Hall, the CN Tower, Harbourfront, Exhibition Place, the Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO), Ontario Place, Toronto Eaton Centre and Fort York. There are so many great restaurants to choose from Downtown. There's expensive ones like Susur and Senses or moderately prices ones The Rivoli or Kalendar.
Downtown East will delight visitors with attractions like the historic Distillery District, the Sony Centre (formerly the Hummingbird Centre), the St. Lawrence Market and the oldest congregation in Toronto, St. James Cathedral. Foodies can find restaurants like Jamie Kennedy Wine Bar that features an international menu as well as Perigee where you can watch the chefs at work in their centrally-located kitchen.