Parkdale, Toronto: 35 Images To Give You Neighborhood Envy

Parkdale Mural, Toronto | © margonaut/Flickr
Parkdale Mural, Toronto | © margonaut/Flickr
Photo of Culture Trip
9 February 2017

A former village of Toronto built in the 1850s, Parkdale — known to many as “Parkdale Village” — is a unique little nook of the city situated between Queen West and Roncesvalles. With the waters of Lake Ontario forming its southern portion, Parkdale is bursting with eclectic flavor, multicultural landscape, an artistic (and newly established hipster) vibe — and of course, breathtaking views. Trendy shops, cafes, restaurants and bars line the popular Queen St W, creating a booming scene for the locals from art and music to food and street art culture.

Streets of Parkdale

Ali’s Roti

Kitten and the Bear

The Dunn House

Street Art

Village of Parkdale

Barton Floors

Shameful Tiki Room

Thousands march during Tibetan National Uprising Day

Toronto Designers Market

Toronto Public Library – Parkdale Branch

Grand Electric

Jason’s Coffee Shop

Loga’s Corner

Miss Thing’s

Streets of Parkdale

Houses of Parkdale

Street Art

Crown Flora Studio

The Abbott of Parkdale

Tibet Kitchen & Garden

Parkdale Village Walls

Parkdale Sidewalk Sale

Houses of Parkdale

Street Art

The 6ix

Parkdale Village

Neighbourhood Watch

Views over Parkdale

Parkdale Village

Streets of Parkdale

Queen St W Street Car

Sunset over Parkdale

Parkdale Streets

We <3 Parkdale (and Glory Hole Doughnuts!)

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