While in Toronto: Ossington Strip and Dundas West

By Sydney Parris12 August 20192 Minutes

Toronto’s West End is growing. Ossington ave is arterial by design, but also a high capacity center for oenophiles, gastronomes, and unassuming shopaholics. The restaurants on this strip never fail to make some of the top lists in the city and lend to Toronto’s diverse cultural population.

La Banane, celebrates traditional French cuisine with fun twists to be enjoyed amongst the light hearted decor while Foxley goes pan-Asian with bright and mouth-watering dishes. Stopping at Superpoint’s take out counter for a sizzling slice is a must, and walking down to Bellwoods brewery for some Witchshark IPA is a double must.

Soos – Malaysian street food! Union, French bistro with inspiring Canadian influence and a great wine list. You can see where we’re going here. The impressive wine bars on Dundas west are also an attraction and a short walk from the action on Ossington. The Ossington strip has always been ever changing and now it’s growing in a way that speaks for the people of the city. Where will you stop on Ossington avenue?