Get ready for fresh vibes this spring in Old Town Toronto with this selection of new and notable restaurants, shops, and services in the BEST neighbourhood in TO. Drop by our new neighbours to grab a drink, a snack, or say hi- they’re so sweet they may even let you borrow a cup of sugar.
55 Colborne Street
Warm, welcoming, and just plain fun- that’s the vibe of Old Town Toronto’s hot new haunt specializing in gourmet ‘za and contemporary cocktails. Executive Chef Victor Barry is seriously obsessed with pizza, and his passion is apparent in every unique pie. The Sweet Hornet is a spice lover’s dream with Fior di Latte, spicy soppressata, black olives and homemade hot honey. Or try out Piano Piano’s elevated Italian tribute to the Canadian classic: The Hawaiian is tomato, Fior di Latte, back bacon, pineapple (the BEST pizza topping. Fight me.), red onion and pickled jalapenos for a kick of heat. Pop by Piano Piano for a cocktail after work, or come in between 12-3pm to take advantage of their lunch special: an appetizer, pizza or pasta, and dessert for just $34.
56 Colborne Street, TORONTO, Ontario
Whether you want to get totally ripped or just build a healthier lifestyle, Altitude Athletic Training combines science-based gains with personalized coaching. Altitude’s Colborne Street studio is full of state-of-the-art equipment designed to help you reach the highest heights- literally and figuratively. Mountaineers, rock climbers, fitness buffs, and folks of any fitness level who enjoy playing with cool gym toys will all feel right at home at Altitude. Book a free consulting session with a fitness coach here.
Au Pain Dore
81 Front Street East, Toronto, Ontario
The Montreal staple has set up shop in Old Town Toronto- just steps away from the St. Lawrence Market. Hearty sandwiches, flaky croissants, and delectable pastries are available 7 days a week from 7 am-8 pm. Pop in for a handcrafted coffee- we recommend the flat white- and their signature Cannoli for a decadent afternoon pick-me-up. If you sign up to their newsletter you’ll receive 15% off your next purchase. Plan on making this a regular haunt? Au Pain Dore also has a loyalty program where you can collect points to receive free pastries, drinks and more.
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— August (@alwaysaugust_) February 11, 2021
169 King St. East, 2nd Floor
If you’re a business looking for digital marketing support August has arrived in Old Town Toronto to help you make a splash. The agency has worked with big names like Deloitte, Blog TO and Labatt, but also helps small businesses like La Petite Ecole and Stoner Cats. If you’re interested in AI automation, they also help build hands-off customer service bots to engage with users while you’re OOF. Click here to learn more.
Be sure to check out our Business Directory of Old Town Toronto’s growing list of shops and services here.