Midtown Toronto stretches from College Street north up to Davenport Road with the eastern boundary being Yonge Street. Home to a host of fantastic Toronto attractions, Midtown Toronto is separated into western and eastern halves by Yonge Street.
Midtown Toronto: Hotels, Restaurants & Attractions
Some of the neighbourhoods in Midtown West include Yorkville, The Annex, Koreatown and Queen's Park/University while Midtown East neighbourhoods include Greektown, Church Street/The Gay Village, Rosedale and Cabbagetown.
Visitors Midtown West will find attractions like the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM, the University of Toronto and the Gardiner Museum along with Yorkville - a great area for prime shopping, dining and celebrity sightings! There are so many great restaurants to choose from in Midtown West. There's expensive ones like the Four Seasons Hotel or moderately prices ones such as Fresh.
The Midtown East are includes attractions like the historic Necropolis, Greektown and the Riverdale Farm. In this area you'll find restaurants several Greek restauants, ranging from trendy to low-cost and hearty.