Clarion Hotel & Suites Selby Downtown
592 Sherbourne Street
Toronto, ON M4X 1L4
Phone: (416) 921-3142
Fax: (416) 921-0665
592 Sherbourne Street, Toronto, ON, CA, M4X 1L4
- Phone: (416) 921-3142
- Fax: (416) 921-0665
Hasty Market is a Canadian chain of food stores having outlets throughout the state of Ontario. Major focus of this food-store chain is to enhance community development and all of their products are targeted towards community building. The downtown location of the chain allows customers to pick up groceries, fresh deli, dairy products, etc as they leave from work. The store is quite spacious and all of the aisles are well laid out. In addition to groceries, they sell fresh produce, frozen foods, snacks, confectioneries and many more items. If you are planning a party or inviting friends over for a night out a visit to Hasty Market is a must!
7-24 Movies & More is situated in a quaint English-styled, polygonal building with a short flight of stairs leading to a vintage doorway. Once inside, you know that you have stepped into a cinema lover's paradise with sections of blockbusters and rare gems. This DVD rental store stocks records of mainstream cinema as well as rarer genres such as British reality television shows, queer movies, documentaries and Indie films. They have separate sections on adult shows, foreign cinema and Blu-ray movies. If you feel bewildered by their impressive collection, their staff is always ready to help you navigate through the racks of records.
Ladybug Florist opened in 1997 and has been wowing Torontonians time and again. Their excellent customer service, customized arrangements and beautiful fresh blooms from South America and Europe are the reasons for their success. You can trust them for creative floral designs that will bring joy to your loved ones faces.
The Village is a cultural hub which stretches from Carlton to Bloor and is a melting pot for the lesbian, gay, bi and trans communities of Toronto. The place is home to many galleries, theaters, hosts a variety of musical events and is always bustling with activity. It is the venue for Pride Week, Toronto's summer festival. The Village is also an address for many restaurants, bars and fashion stores. The symbol of The Village is a rainbow colored ribbon, which is a representation of The Village's identity. Colloquially the place is also referred to as the Gaybourhood or the Gay Ghetto.
Kitchen Stuff Plus is the place of choice for chefs, culinary experts or those just looking to stock their kitchens with state-of-the-art gadgetry, tools and appliances. The sheer variety of products may leave you breathless, but you are sure to find something of value, whether you are a beginner or an expert in cooking. Shop for Santoku knives and knife sets, peelers, seafood tools, milk carton holders, ladles, spatulas, tea servers, muffin and pizza pans, shot glasses, saute pans and pot lids. You can even hunt for the perfect accessory for the home or bathroom including mirrors, clocks, tabletop frames, wine bar furniture, bath shelves, toilet brushes and bath mats.
Shoppers Drug Mart is a drug and healthcare store that has several outlets across the city. This store is a good place for some regular shopping for skincare and cosmetic products from several affordable as well as top brands. You can also stock up on your health supplies such as vitamins and supplements, fitness products, personal care and more. A one stop shop for all your everyday needs.
Cumberland Terrace is a small 70s mall located in the trendy Yorkville neighborhood of the city. Now overtaken by big shopping complexes with even bigger brands all around, this place is good for a quick stroll to find something you may like, or to have a quick meal in their food court. One can find a Tibetan store selling knick knacks here, as well as a toy store, shoe stores, as well as a Swarovski outlet.
For almost two decades, this store has been a source for cooks of all skill levels. The space is small but it is packed with more than 4000 titles. Shelves are divided according to topic, which range from ethnic recipe collections to books featuring specific ingredients. There's also a section for general reference, where novice chefs can find materials that cover the basics. The store is a stopover for authors promoting their cookbooks and is always a great source of culinary inspiration.
The Holt Renfrew specialty store carries exclusive designer fashions comparable to Saks Fifth Avenue and Macy's in the United States. The chain began early as a hat shop in Quebec City, Canada. You can browse through the private Holt Renfrew collection to find stuff that will still set you apart. Call ahead for more details.
Give your four legged kids the royal treatment at K9 Couture, a store that will give your pet all the pampering that they deserve. This store stocks a whole range of animal accessories and clothes, right from sportswear for animals, to snug cozies, beds, pillows and more. They also provide a number of services such as hair trimming, nail clipping, teeth brushing, warm baths and a lot more.
Sugar Mountain has a retro feel to it and delights in carrying such nostalgic favorites as Pez, SweeTarts and Thrills. There are endless bins of bulk candies at pennies per gram and ready-made gift baskets appropriate to the season. See website for online shopping, extended summer hours and other locations.
Miniature replicas of race cars are the mainstay at this unique shop, which is surrounded by trendy galleries, restaurants and boutiques, in the heart of Yorkville. These 'toys' are not for kids unless your parents happen to be very rich. Many of these collectors' items are highly sought after rare editions. For those with a limited expense account, Prestige Auto Art & Gift Gallery also carries a wide range of T-shirts, key chains and prints that will please anyone who loves cars.