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Images Of Queen Street West In Toronto To Give You Neighborhood Envy

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Updated: 4 January 2017
Queen Street, a major thoroughfare running the width of Toronto, is divided into two parts: East and West. Queen St W, the bustling and more frequently visited half, draws tourists and locals alike to its trendy shops and restaurants, as well as its art and design district, West Queen St West, which is lined with galleries, bars, and nightclubs. While this eclectic neighborhood is no longer the hidden gem it once was, it still boasts plenty of chic boutiques, record stores, coffee shops, and eateries. See a live band, attend an exhibition, or indulge in a fancy cocktail.

Little Nicky’s Coffee


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Graffiti Alley

I have no special talent. I am only passionately curious.

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The Drake Hotel/Drake General Store

Stephen Bulger Gallery

North of Brooklyn Pizzeria

Hello Brooklyn, How you doin'? Where you goin'? Can I come too? #North #Brooklyn @northofbrooklyn

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Little Fin

‘This Is Paradise’

Streets of Queen St W

‘You’ve Changed’ Mural

Entrance to Trinity Bellwoods Park


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Queen St W Signs

Architecture on Queen St W

It's a beautiful day in the neighbourhood ☀️ had to post this #latergram as spring creeps up in #Toronto 💙

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Queen St W and Renfrew


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Homes Near Queen St W

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 The Gladstone Hotel

John Fluevog Shoes on Queen St W