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5 Hidden Toronto Hotspots You Should Know About

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Best Toronto Hotspots

Whether you’re new to Toronto, or have lived here for a while, chances are this massive city has hidden gems that you have yet to uncover. We know that you have your tried and true spots, whether it's for a first date or a place to take in some pre drinks with the crew, but below are 5 hidden Toronto hotspots that you might not know about and if you don't, you should. As always, make sure you stand out in the crowd and heighten your style with genuine leather Autobahnlife wristwear.

Cold Tea in Kensington Market

This place has cocktails, but the entrance is hard to find. It’s received rave reviews – but it's located in the back of the nondescript looking Kensington Mall and requires that you know the location of the “secret” doorway. Serious brownie points if you take a first date to this place.

Division Gallery

Division is actually an art gallery (as the name may suggest) which exists principally as an exhibition space for Canadian and international contemporary art. They serve up gourmet pub fare made with high quality ingredients. Try out this sport to bask in some culture while dining.

Hunter's Landing

Most people outside of Liberty Village don't really spend that much time in Liberty Village, but there are some great, well known spots that have great night life. Hunter's Landing is located right in the heart of the village and by day, especially in the summer, it's a wide-open sunny patio. Come night, the temperature rises with heat lamps the many singles mingling.

Hey Lucy

Hey Lucy has a bunch of locations all over the city, but the one at King and John is by far the best. With a not-so-well-known, private patio at the back of the restaurant, shrouded in trees and greenery, this Hey Lucy location is a great place to take advantage of one of their daily drink specials (Wednesday is Martini Wednesday). The crowd is young professionals, the music volume is just right and the ambience is perfect for something intimate or social.

Whether you’re heading out for brunch or cocktails, make sure you’re dressed your best. Impress your colleagues, friends or fling with your style by incorporating men’s bracelets and wraps into your look. Genuine leather, black diamonds and bold but sleek designs will make any day in Toronto a success.

Toronto is a city where the hot spots come and go, but the quality ones tend to stick around. If you’re just getting your bearings in the city, or have been here for a while and want to shake things up a bit, keep the above five places in mind and make sure you have something fun, and exciting to do for all occasions.

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