What's Around

Queen West

Queen West has a lot to offer to its residents, with galleries. shopping and more. Public transit is easy too, with access to subway stations and streetcar. The Gardiner Expressway and Lakeshore Boulevard are nearby for driving in and out of the city.

Givins/Shaw Junior Public School
49 Givins St
Niagara Street Junior Public School
222 Niagara St
Craig Roland Lee
1001 Queen St W
Mary, Mother of God School
1515 Queen St W
Parkdale Collegiate Institute
209 Jameson Ave
Shops & Recreation
Trinity Bellwoods Park
790 Queen St W
Queen Street Shopping
Queen St W
The Trinity Community Recreation Centre
155 Crawford St
Artscape Youngplace
80 Shaw Street
Restaurants
Alo
163 Spadina Ave, 3rd Floor
Après
1166 Queen St W
Canis
746 Queen St W
Dandylion
1198 Queen St W
Drake Hotel
1150 Queen St W

Queen West

Queen West is a neighbourhood in Toronto best known for its eclectic personality. Vogue magazine even named “West Queen West” the second coolest neighbourhood in the world (first coolest in North America)! It has unique shopping, dining, and entertainment for everyone. Hundreds of quirky shops, great restaurants, cafes, bistros, and bars are always steps away. The urban canvas of Graffiti Alley encourages people to add their artistic signature to the city walls. Entertainment venues fill the streets with live music, from rap to rock to jazz. The area manages to be simultaneously laid-back and exciting. If you want a place that truly captures the charisma of Toronto, look no further than Queen West.