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- City centre at its best. Lots of shops and restaurants, so easy to walk around and explore. It's a very nice area you will walk nearby lots of big sights like the council or Chinatown, just pace around.Written September 10, 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Lived in the area all my life up until retirement. Lots to do with Kew Beach and Woodbine Park, Ashbridges Bay in the area. Wonderful places to eat "The Goof" in particular which is a Legendary Local spot to eat, with the Fox Theater right across the street. Lots of individual shopping experiences unlike the huge Malls the Beach Village offers independent proprietors with unique items, check out Segull and the Artisans store, they were my favorites. I miss my Village. It holds a huge part of my heart forever.Written February 9, 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Toronto is a world class city now so anything popular has people from all over the world. Danforth Greektown is balanced because it’s spread out well. I would suggest avoiding summer festival crowds but it’s still a great hang out and place to eat most of the time.Written June 13, 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- If you are into birding, this park is one of those where you can spend a whole day just identifying and enjoying birds. There's a whole wide area for biking, walking in the trails, spotting and identifying different kinds of warblers, robins, starlings, swans, Canada goose, etc. You can also catch a glimpse of boats docked in the marina adjacent to the park.Written May 13, 2023
- Thank you batl for creating this sport and keepieng it the same for all this years! Your rock! It is so hard to look at other venues made as mony makers only... Thank you for being true!Written September 14, 2023
- Amazing place to walk to the beach in the morning to watch sunrise or moonrise, and if you enjoy taking great photos, this place has incredible scenery at all times of the day, and offers the ability to get great shots of the sunrise or moonrise. A place you can fully relax and forget the stresses of the world!
Woodbine Beach is the largest of the four beaches in the Beaches in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Located along Lake Shore Boulevard at the foot of Woodbine Avenue, it is next to Ashbridge's Bay and Kew-Balmy Beach. It’s a very nice vast beach area with places to play volleyball, a boardwalk to walk on, a beach area and a really nice wooded area to walk through, a very enjoyable time just relaxing and strolling through the park and watching the scenery. There is a bicycle rad along the boardwalk extending to the east and west and connecting other parks and water front. A huge beach sandy area with many beach volley ball courts. Parking available - Free parking during the week before 5PM. Nice sand, grass areas, change house, renovated bathing station features upgraded ventilation and lighting, a new roof, an enlarged patio, change rooms, accessible washrooms, water bottle filling stations and a beach shower with a foot wash, and Tim Horton's on sight as well as other food places. The beach itself is fine, with lifeguards on duty during the summer. Beautiful views of the lake.Written October 28, 2022
- Went to Christmas at Kew, light trail last night. It was very wet and there were a lot of puddles that were hard to see. It was quite muddy and slippery.
The lights and exhibits were amazing.
Quite a few food and drink places doted around, but very expensive.
In all a lovely experience but we wouldn’t rush back.
The end with the lights, layers, fire and music is spectacular.Written December 19, 2022
- The best in town to go for a stroll, walk your dog, excercise, swim! Can get crowdy on the weekends during summer, so make sure you arrive early!Written July 2, 2019
- My absolute favorite brewery in Toronto. I love baseball, they do the theme so well. Staff are legends. Not too hard on the wallet. plenty of merch. plenty of great beers. make this your stop in Toronto. Dog and baby friendly as well!Written July 3, 2022
- Amazing experience. The bartender from Byron Bay was amazing, she poured out my half flight when I was in the toilet but was cool about making it right. Dogs everywhere, rad people. Great beer. a hidden gem for sure.Written July 3, 2022
- An essential part of Riverdale is Withrow Park, located between Logan and Carlaw not far south of Danforth Avenue. We were there for the first time in three years for a performance by Driftwood Theatre of a mashup of Henry IV, parts 1 and 2 and Henry V. The park is as agreeable as ever, but the play was disappointing. A warning: the men's washroom has no toilet paper, so bring your own if you're likely to need it.Written July 23, 2022
- A nice clean beach in Toronto which is a perfect place to spend a nice summer day. There a lot of things to do around like kayaking, swimming, cycling, running or just lie down and relax in front of the clean blue water. There is a well-maintained boardwalk which is great for a stroll and a dedicated bike lane. There are quite a few places nearby to have food, but they are just a quick walk away.
The only challenge here is the limited parking spots. There is street side parking available but difficult to find on a busy day.Written July 1, 2020
- This is the most amateur theatre I have ever been to. “Staff” hanging around not knowing what to do. Patrons made to squash into small hot area way past time that doors should have opened. Did they just open business yesterday??, I think not. I was really hoping they would be a decent theatre in east Toronto. Guess again. Fortunately the restaurant beside it, Gare de l’est, is fantastic. Skip the theatre and go to the restaurant instead!Written October 1, 2022
- I visited here in winter, and it looked so stunning. My girlfriend was away during business, but will come here again with her here!Written January 4, 2022
- This a a perfect trail for runners or walkers to keep in shape. The path is paved and relativly flat. The path is also used by bikes so it can be a bit crowdy. Its a trail thru an green area squized between the river and highway. Because of the highwaynoise you won’t get that walking in nature feeling, but instead the upwards views of the Price Edward viaduct are very impressive. The path is part of the discoverywalks system from the Toronto cityboard. On their site are many more nice walks thru parts of the town. So looking for a walk of a few hours this might be your choice.Written October 14, 2019