The Distillery Historic District
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55 Mill St, Toronto, ON M5A 3C4
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Date night options in Toronto’s east end

Date night options in Toronto’s east end

You can live in a town for years and never see some of its best attractions. Date night is ideal for checking out those places you think are reserved only for tourists. Invite your date to the brick and cobblestone lanes of The Distillery District. Whether you’ve been here before or not, it begs repeat visits for the mix of fine restaurants, shopping, and seasonal events set among the restored 19th-century warehouses.

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7 places to take a beer lover on a date in Toronto

7 places to take a beer lover on a date in Toronto

Want to cover all your bases and get a little active on your date? Check out the Distillery District for a Segway tour. While you could end up looking a bit dorky, neither of you will notice because you’ll be too busy having fun whirring along the cobblestone streets learning about Toronto’s beer-soaked history and sampling the goods at Soma Chocolate and the Mill Street Brewery. After the tour, hang back at Mill Street, relax with a pint in front of the fireplace and toast to a great first date.

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The top spots to find Christmas decor in Toronto

The top spots to find Christmas decor in Toronto

With a full entertainment schedule, including music, walking tours, carolling challenges and more, the Toronto Christmas Market is not to be missed. Grab a glass of Glühwein (mulled wine) or a hot toddy to keep you warm, and spend hours poring over kiosks from Canadian and international artists, artisans and vendors. Traditional merchandise includes hand-made ornaments and wood carvings, children’s toys and candles. There will be Scottish shortbread, eastern European nesting dolls, Ecuadorean alpaca fleece products…something for your home and everyone on your list!

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