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Where is the biggest shopping street in Toronto?

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By Local July 1, 2017
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Where is the biggest shopping street in Toronto?

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By Stefania Local July 1, 2017

I would like to know if there is a big shopping centre or street for clothes.

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West Queen West if you're looking for non-chain stores. Voted 2nd hippest neighbourhood in the world by Vogue Magazine in 2014. Enjoy!
Local July 9, 2017
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Eatin’s Centre in downtown, Sherway Gardens in west end, Scarborough Town Centre in east end, Yorkdale in centre north, Fairview in nortb east, and Toronto Premium Outlets in north west.
Local December 29, 2018
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Eaton Centre is the big/popular shopping mall.

Queen St West is the major street for shopping. Both are downtown.
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Local December 23, 2018
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Eaton's Centre right downtown... Yonge Street, depending on what you're looking for and Queen West.
Local September 2, 2018
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There are some indoor malls:
***Eaton Centre
Vaughan Mills Mall
Yorkdale Mall
Scarborough Town Centre

Popular shopping streets/areas:
***Queen street west
Thrift shopping
Yorkville
The Beaches
Outlet Malls (discounted designer)
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Local July 20, 2018
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Eaton's Centre... Yonge/Dundas to Yonge/Queen. Then, there would be Queen West (Queen/Spadina - begin, continue West along Queen).
Local July 17, 2018
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check out Queen St West, Eaton Centre Shopping Mall and Yorkdale Shopping Centre. My favourite is Queen St West.....cool bars, restaurants and people
Local November 8, 2017
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On Bloor Street you will find high end designers. Yonge Street is popular and mainstream...actually Eaton Centre is a big mall located at Yonge and Dundas. Queen Street West is trendy with one of a kind boutiques! Kensington market is also a unique neighbourhood to visit and pick up little knick knacks. Is there anything specific you are looking for? Flea Market? Budget? Shoes? Etc.
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Local July 6, 2017
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Bloor Street is great (Yorkville) but is very expensive as they are all the designer clothing stores and that's where the celebrities shop.
On Bloor Street you will find high end designers. Yonge Street is popular and mainstream...actually Eaton Centre is a big mall located at Yonge and Dundas. Queen Street West is trendy with one of a kind boutiques! Kensington market is also a unique neighbourhood to visit and pick up little knick knacks. Is there anything specific you are looking for? Flea Market? Budget? Shoes? Etc.
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Local July 6, 2017
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Depends what you are looking for and where you are staying. The largest mall downtown is called the Eaton's Centre. And around that area on Yonge ateeet there are some mid level shops. Urban outfitters, muji. Other great areas are Queen street beteeen yonge and Bathurst ( known as Queen west). If you are looking for cool consignment shops and cafes there's Kensington market. It's right next to the downtown china town. If you are looking for high and shops Gucci, Prada and high end shopping mall there you can find it on Bloor street beteeen university and Yonge street. Just behind blood street is a high end shopping area called yorkville. In yorkville there is a small shopping mall called hazelton lanes. On the street behind hazelton lanes are some nice galleries. Yorkville is really 2 small streets called yorkville and Cumberland. Let me know if you want any further info. Is outlet malls or other areas. Diane
Local July 1, 2017
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Eaton Centre located at Dundas Square (big shopping mall in the heart of Toronto.). If you are looking for more luxury stuff, go to Bloor-Younge subway station and walk west on Bloor street.
Local July 1, 2017
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Toronto has many amazing shopping centres and street shopping. If you are downtown Toronto then the Eaton Centre which is also joined to Saks and Hudson Bay is worth the visit. For street shopping Queen Street West is great. It was recently named one of the best street shopping areas in the world by Conde Nast. For higher end street shopping there is Bloor Street which has your Cartier's, Hermes, Tiffany's etc or Yorkville/Cumberland which is also very high end.
Local July 1, 2017
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Yes there is, there is the Eaton Centre in Toronto, there is also the Dufferin Mall, however I highly recommend Eaton Centre. There is also Bloor Street Yorkville which is popular for luxury designer clothing.
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Local July 1, 2017
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Queen Street West is the longest. You can start at the Toronto Eaton Center (many shops there ) then walk west..... this is a long stretch from Yonge to almost Dufferin street. There will be a few blocks between with not many shops.but it will all connect. Some areas are larger chain stores, and as you past Bathurst Street, you will reach more independent retailers.

Happy shopping.
Local July 1, 2017
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Hi T!
Because Street in Trato Young Street downtown. Where are you coming from
We'll if you're looking for high-end shopping I'd say bloor st. & bay st. is the way to go. However for funky, unique finds that won't eat your wallet queen street is where you should go. You'll find most of the vintage stores there. Queen street is considered the fashion district of downtown Toronto so you'll definitely want to go there instead of hitting the malls.
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Local July 1, 2017
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Yonge Street
Or Queen Street West and the Fashion district.
Local July 1, 2017
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At the corner of Queen and Young St.s you will find The Eaton Centre with 250 stores and The Bay, Canada's favourite department store. There are a few smaller independant shops if you head west on Queen toward Spadina. The high end designer brands are at Bay and Bloor.
Vintage clothes can be found at Kensington Market. A cool neighborhood to check out is Leslieville starting at Queen and Broadview and going east. Lots of indie stores, cool bars and restaurants with some great independant designer stores peppered throughout. Also don't miss The Beach starting at Queen and Woodbine and going east. Some nice small shops there too.
Local July 1, 2017
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I would say Queen St. West. Start at Yonge St. (Eaton Centre) and walk west up until Spadina Ave.; great shopping along the way. Have fun!
Local July 1, 2017
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I would say Queen St West. Start at Yonge St. (Eaton Centre) and walk west; great retail shopping along the way, up to Spadina Ave. Have fun!
Local July 1, 2017
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Queen Street has more big name stores but Yonge Street is the world's longest street, so depending on how u measure things
Local July 1, 2017
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Hi. Yonge St is the longest streetvinbhe world with many shopping areas. There is the Eaton Centre which is a big mall on Yonge downtown and Yorkdale another amazing mall with good variety. High end shopping is on Bloor St and yorkville between Avenue Rd and Yonge st. For more cool and younger clothes you can go on Queen st between Beverly to the east all the way to Ossington to the west. There are thousands of stores everywhere. Let me know what you are looking for. Hope this helps
Local July 1, 2017
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Queen Street starting from Yonge Street and go west from there. The shops here are eclectic, general brands like GAP, Club Monaco, LuluLemon, etc.

Bloor Street/Yorkville from Church street to Spadina Avenue has clothing to shopping. Bloor Street west of Spadina is a lot of food.

Yorkdale Mall is great if you're near the airport. One stop shop.

Toronto Eaton Centre is the big tourist shopping mall in the city.

Furniture shopping is King Street and Liberty Village and so much more.

Hope that helps.

Local July 1, 2017
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For fashion?
High end: Bloor St. between Avenue Road and Yonge and the Yorkville area which is a couple of blocks north.
Younger: Queen Street West. West of Bathurst (for miles) if you're over 20. East of Spadina to University if you're under.
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Local July 1, 2017
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Hello!
So if you are looking for big brands: go on Yonge Street between Dundas and Queen. There are shops on Yonge, but also a very large mall called The Eaton Centre and it attaches to Nordstrom's and on the south end at Queen there is The Hudson's Bay- Canada's oldest company and our major department store.

Aside from this I would walk down Queen west (west of John St) here there are some famous brands but the farther you go you will find lots of local designers, boutiques and vintage shops.

Bloor and Yonge is where all of the fancy brands like Rolex, Jimmy Choo, Tiffany's are.

And if you want hipster go to Ossington Ave or Kensington Market for vintage stuff.
Nice upscale stores on Bloor Street from approx Yonge St to Bay St
Nicest mall in the city in mid-town - Yorkdale Mall
Regards
Paul
Local July 1, 2017
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