There’s always something new and exciting happening in Toronto, which makes it an ideal destination to explore for a girls’ weekend. If you and your besties are craving new experiences, Toronto is where you want to be and Yashy has the inside scoop you’ll need to spend a fun-filled weekend in the city.
Depending on what your squad is looking for, here are some suggestions on how to experience some fun new spots in the city.
Toronto’s restaurant scene is constantly evolving with some of the best chefs in the world vying for your attention.
For those looking for an elevated weekend brunch with a grandiose backdrop, Louix Louis’s Royal Brunch will have you enjoying everything from unlimited mimosas and truffles to foie gras, so pack your stretchy pants for this Toronto trip.
Friends eager to be the next Chopped champion can get their hands in the mixing bowls by taking cooking classes. For a variety of cuisines, Aphrodite Cooks has Mexican, Latin American and Chinese sessions on their menu.
Steak lovers will find their bliss at Marbl, a marble-clad restaurant that’s perfect for a girls night out. In addition to the decadent menu featuring Tomahawk Pork Chops and Agnolotti, there’s a champagne vending machine that will have you squealing with delight.
For a unique cultural experience, explore the diverse neighbourhoods in Toronto while getting your shopping done and soaking in the vibrant essence of each place. From fashion to home decor, Toronto’s shopping scene will keep your girlfriends entertained.
Buy delicious treats to take back home in Kensington Market, where you’ll also find vintage heaven. Courage My Love’s unique storefront is as picture-worthy as the street art that can be discovered in this eclectic neighbourhood but it’s the vintage shopping that might pique your interest.
For the trendiest bar tools and accessories, swing by Cocktail Emporium to stock your bar cart. If you can time your visit with Pedestrian Sundays, you’re in for quite the celebration as musicians, artists and performers take over the car-free streets for a party.
If you’re looking for cute boutiques and buzzy restaurants away from the hustle and bustle, Toronto’s Uptown will satisfy your desires. A spring time stroll down Yonge Street between York Mills and St. Clair will allow you to take a peek at independent businesses and stop at local cafés to quench your thirst along the way.
Pop by Melmira for your swimsuit and lingerie needs, shop Canopy Blue’s premium curated collection of female designers or check out Zumel & Co’s trendy and affordable lines. If your kitchen could use some bright colours and new gadgets, Cookery Store will have you ready to replicate some of the dishes you discover during this Toronto visit.
No one’s turning into a pumpkin at midnight so explore some intriguing bars in Toronto.
Your friends may think you’re just popping by the corner store as you walk into Convenience because what looks like a throwback convenience store is really a spot for cocktails on tap and DJs spinning on weekend nights. Be sure to grab a group photo by the Party Line for a most memorable souvenir to take back home.
With the largest collection of sparkling wine and an oyster selection that changes daily, it’s time to soak in the bougie vibes at Coffee Oysters Champagne. Before you venture too far into your night, ask to see the champagne room hidden at the back where you’ll discover a cocktail lounge oozing 1920s Parisian vibes. A night of swanky theatrics awaits your troupe, costumed servers and all!
Wine savants will be greeted by an impressive organic wine list and a suave setting at Apres wine bar. As one of the first wine bars dedicated to organic and natural wines, this is where you will discover some hard-to-find wines and learn facts that are sure to stump even the biggest vino in your posse.
See it. Snap it. Share it. Around every corner, down every street, and in every neighbourhood,
there’s something that begs to be shared in Toronto.
See it. Snap it. Share it. Around every corner, down every street, and in every neighbourhood, there’s something that begs to be shared in Toronto.#SeeTorontoNow
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