ShopsThe lower level includes Whole Foods Market, one of the largest grocery stores in Toronto. Specializing in organic and natural food, this marketplace has a large selection of produce, seafood, deli meats, pastries and products in dozens of other categories. Some other businesses that are located on the first level include Dove Cleaners, Hefter Collection Luxe Hair Accessories and the Design Centre. Ladies will find chic urban apparel at the Heidi H02 boutique. Pellini Milano Paris has a wide selection of high-end clothing from France, Italy and Germany. Carrying items from more than 350 designers worldwide, TNT Man/Woman is another boutique that's based on the lower level. In business since 1997, Teatro Verde is one of the premier floral shops in the heart of Toronto. The upper level at the Yorkville is home to Serli & Siroan Fine Jewellers, which has an extravagant collection of jewellery for men and women. With a rich heritage dating back to the 1970s, this business has been one of the top jewellery shops in Toronto for generations. From Via Cavour and Eleventy to Andrews and Maska, shoppers will find a wide range of trendy accessories and apparel on this level. Located inside the 29 section of the centre, Sarah Pacini, Nanni, Jacadi and Belstaff carry items that are inspired by the urban sophistication of Toronto and other metropolitan cities worldwide. If you're looking to get in shape, visit the SoulCycle studio that offers spin classes. Equinox is a state-of-the-art facility that invites patrons for Yoga, Pilates and other fun exercises.
Food and DrinksSituated between the Oval and Lane on the lower level, the food hall includes several establishments that serve gourmet food. Mi'Hito Sushi Laboratory has a variety of fresh-made sushi rolls with premium ingredients. You can enjoy authentic Thai cuisine at CORNER, which was established in 2003. Burgers, fries and shakes appear on the menu of South St. Burger. Kebaberie offers Mediterranean and Middle Eastern treats, such as falafel with pita. The Palm Lane and Freshii have salads, sandwiches and other cafe-style items. Additionally, the Wine Shop and Real Fruit Bubble Tea are located at the food hall. The upper level includes the Pressed Juice Bar & Cafe, which serves refreshing beverages and pastries. Click to book your Toronto City Hop-On Hop-Off Tour.
Visiting Yorkville VillageYorkville Village is situated on Avenue Road, a charming thoroughfare that cuts through the heart of the Bloor-Yorkville district of Toronto. This upscale shopping centre is located only a few blocks away from the Museum Station, which is served by the 1 Line of the TTC Subway. Bus Route 5 of the TTC stops near the main entrance of the retail complex. Additionally, the 142 and 300 buses stop at the corner of Avenue Road and Bloor Street. If you're lodging near Queens Park, you can also enjoy a short stroll or bicycle ride to the shopping centre. An indoor parking garage with two levels is accessible from Avenue Road, and there’s also limited metered parking on some of the roads in the neighbourhood.
Location: 55 Avenue Road, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, M5R 3L2
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