5 Places To Check Out The Next Time You Go To Leslieville

5 Places To Check Out The Next Time You Go To Leslieville

Looking to familiarize yourself with other neighbours in the city or even explore your own even more? Leslieville is a great spot on the east end of Toronto that has a handful of hidden gems to pay a visit to. Who knows, maybe you’ll even find your new go-to area.

Here are places to check out the next time you go to Leslieville.

The Leslieville Farmer’s Market

Address: 150 Greenwood Ave, Toronto, ON M4L  2R1 (Open every Sunday from May 15-October 30)

The Leslieville Farmers’ Market is definitely worth a stop by if you’re in the area on a Sunday. You’ll browse a ton of vendor tents full of fresh produce, flowers, and more. It’s a great way to connect to local farmers, food producers, and those in your community!

Lazy Daisy’s Cafe

Address: 1515 Gerrard St E, Toronto, ON M4L 2A4

At Lazy Daisy’s, not only can you dine for some delicious brunch, but you can purchase baked goods to take home with you like their mouth-watering buttermilk biscuits! Everything that you’ll indulge in here is made homemade locally and farm-fresh.

Dineen Coffe Co.

Address: 1042 Gerrard St E, Toronto, ON M4M 1Z5

Dineen Coffee Co. has three locations across Toronto which include Yonge Street, Bay Street, and Gerrard Street East. This is a great spot to have a quick coffee break and indulge in some yummy pastries (or sandwiches) too!

Bobette & Belle

Address: 1121 Queen St E, Toronto, ON M4M 1K9

I can guarantee that you’ve never seen prettier pastries than at Bobette & Belle. The pastry shop puts a focus on creating baked goods that’ll enhance someone’s special event, or even just their day because everyone deserves a stunning treat. If you aren’t around the area but still want to enjoy some sweets, browse the online store!

Good Neighbour

Address: 935 Queen St E, Toronto, ON M4M 1J6

Good Neighbour doesn’t just sell awesome men’s and women’s clothing, it also has an impressive selection of footwear, outerwear, housewares, gifts, kidswear, jewellery, accessories, and much more. So while you’re looking for some new threads, you can also scoop up some new home decor while you’re at it.

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