Located on the western edge of Toronto, CF Sherway Gardens is a large upscale shopping mall that has been given new life over the past few years.
It’s one of our favourite one-stop shops in the GTA for clothing, makeup, accessories, shoes, and a whole lot more. With more than 1-million square feet, Sherway Gardens is the eighth largest mall in Toronto!
The mall’s recent expansion included over 200 stores, the much-anticipated opening of Saks Fifth Avenue, a brand new Sporting Life, three new multi-story parkades, new resting areas, and three new full-service restaurants.
The expansion also included the opening of a 140,000-square-foot Nordstrom. Over the years, Sherway has had a lot of dramatic changes to make it the west end hub for high-quality fashion and luxury.
There are also a ton of other unique features about Sherway Gardens that you’ll find out if you keep on reading!
Shopping at Sherway Gardens
Sherway Gardens offers a variety of stores that carry fashion for all genders and ages, as well as a variety of different price ranges. Some of these include Aritzia, H&M, Lacoste, Nike, and Tory Burch, to name a few, and Saks Fifth Avenue and Nordstrom acting as luxury anchors.
If you’re shopping for home furniture or decor, Pottery Barn Kids, Drake General Store, and Williams-Sonoma are great and loaded with stunning pieces.
In terms of electronics, there is a Samsung, Rogers, Bell, and an Apple Store.
For the beauty-obsessed, around the mall, retailers like like Kiehls, Sephora, The Body Shop, MAC, and more.
Visit their website to see the full list of all the stores open at CF Sherway Gardens right now, and take a peek at which retailers and brands are having promotions. There are constantly new ones that will save you lots of cash, so make sure to check regularly.
Eating at Sherway Gardens
There are a ton of different food options to choose from when dining at Sherway Gardens, whether you want a quick bite or to sit back and relax for a full feast.
Fast food options like Jimmy the Greek, Chipotle, Big Smoke Burger, Mcdonald’s, and more are in arm’s reach.
You also have the option of picking up gourmet groceries from Pusateri’s Saks Food Hall or dining at their in-house eatery.
If you’re looking for something more than fast-casual, you can also choose between the Oliver & Bonacini owned Beaumont Kitchen, Union Chicken, Joey’s, The Keg, or the newly opened Cactus Club Cafe.
Getting to Sherway Gardens
If you’re traveling via car: Sherway Gardens sits just north-west of the junction between Highway 427 and the QEW/Gardiner. If you’re coming from the north or east, you can exit the highway at Sherway Gardens Road.
If you’re traveling via the TTC:
- The 15 Evans runs from Royal York Station to Sherway Gardens.
- The 80 Queensway runs between Keele Station and Sherway Gardens.
- The 123 Shorncliffe runs from Kipling Station to the Long Branch Loop, making a stop at Sherway Gardens.
Both the TTC and Mississauga Transit have buses that run to Sherway Gardens.
- The 4 Sherway Gardens runs between the Dundas/Mavis area of Mississauga and Sherway Gardens, also stopping at Dixie Outlet Mall.
Sherway Gardens Perks
When it comes to visiting, great stores aren’t the only thing that Sherway Gardens offers. The west end mall offers free wifi, so you can roam on your phone without draining your data. Be sure to download the CF SHOP! App for access to mall maps, promos, and more at your fingertips.
Clusters of lounge chairs are featured around the mall for those who want to rest in between stops. For those who like to be active and on their feet, the mall offers a Mall Walk program that’ll help get in exercise before the mall opens.
Additionally, Sherway also offers personal shopping services. And if Sherway’s range of stores isn’t enough for you, make sure to cross the road, where you can find retailers like HomeSense, Saks Off 5th, Walmart, and more.
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