7 Of The Best Places To Check Out In Liberty Village

If you’re looking for a pocket of Toronto to go to where you can do all your shopping, have a great meal, squeeze in a workout, and even get your hair done, Liberty Village is where you’ll want to be. In a city as big as TO, it can be hard to find the best places to go. Well we’ve done the digging for you and narrowed it down because Liberty Village is filled with fun spots to check out.

Keep reading for 7 of the best places to check out in Liberty Village!

Brodflour

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8 Pardee Avenue

One of the areas newest hotspots is Brodflour and it’s not just a great neighbourhood bakery. Brodflour is an urban mill that mills its own flour on-site that results in the freshest loaves. In addition to Brodflour’s showstopper breads, make sure you dig into its it’s super delicious and fresh baked cardamom buns. Soft, doughy, and perfectly sweetened, these buns, and Brodflour, are what dreams are made of!

Winners Liberty Village

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1100 King Street West

Let’s be real: we’ve never met a WINNERS store that we didn’t love. With an amazing selection of name brands at lower prices, you’ll be sure to shop till you drop – and save big, too! The city’s newest WINNERS location just opened on October 29 in Liberty Village at King and Jefferson on the second floor, and it definitely needs to be on your WINNERS hit list. Not only is it located in a great neighbourhood, it’s filled with everything from the latest in fashion, accessories and footwear, to beauty, homewares, activewear, and much more. You’ll be sure to find something fabulous for less!

Cures Studio

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171 East Liberty Street, Unit 141

When you’re in Liberty Village, your glam squad is never far away. Head to Cures Studio for a top-of-the-line beauty experience. Whether you’re needing a manicure, pedicure, wax, or even a lash tint, the folks here have all your beauty needs covered.

Organic Garage

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42 Hanna Avenue

If you’re into all things organic, you won’t want to miss out on a grocery shop at Organic Garage. This grocery chain supplies only the best produce that’s all certified organic — so you know you’re getting the real deal. What’s even better is that the stores shelves are stocked with all natural products including health and beauty items, vitamins, and supplements.

Vent Blow Dry Bar

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51 East Liberty Street, #3

If you’re in the mood to treat yourself or you’re simply short on time, a blowout is a great option. Head to Vent Blow Dry Bar right in Liberty Village for one of its signature style choices ranging from a classic blowout, to tousled beach curls, and even sleek straight for a timeless look. What’s even better is that you can enjoy a glass of bubbly while you’re getting your hair done — cheers to that!

Pure Yoga

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47 Fraser Avenue

Looking to get in a good workout? Head to Pure Yoga to get centred with one of its yoga classes that’s bound to have you feeling brand new and untangled. Offering hot yoga, core yoga, and a variety of events and workshops, there’s something for everyone, regardless of your skill level.

Merci Mon Ami

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171 East Liberty Street, #107

There’s definitely no shortage of eateries and restaurants in Liberty Village, but one that should definitely be on your radar is Merci Mon Ami. This family-owned bistro is known for its tasty sandwiches, salads, and delicious daily features.

** This article was sponsored by WINNERS – all thoughts are our own **

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