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Top recommendations from locals

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“Riz North Yonge is one of the few restaurant in Canada that has obtained the Gluten Free Food Service Certification (GFFS) from the Gluten Intolerance Group of North America (GIG) for 2015. Its a high end all you can eat pan Asian cuisine.(Thai, Chinese, Japanese) I personally think that their salmon sashimi is the best in town. For my BNB guests, I have negotiated a special discount of $15 off per table . I love their beautiful chandelier, great for romantic dine out.”
  • 1 local recommends
Bus Station
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Sushi Restaurant
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“Seating at the sushi bar for the best experience. Probably one of the best omakase restaurants in all of Toronto, the freshest sushi and the best service I've ever experienced!”
  • 3 locals recommend
Frozen Yogurt Shop
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“The border for the Yonge and Lawrence area is roughly up and down Yonge Street from Glengrove Avenue on the south to Brooke Avenue on the north. Yonge Street is arguably the city’s main street, and Lawrence is located part-way between midtown and uptown Toronto. This makes the neighbourhood easily accessible to all of the GTA — a great location for frequent visits to both downtown and North York.”
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Grocery or Supermarket
  • 2 locals recommend
Library
“Lots of books and magazines, nice reading area Library is located near the park”
  • 1 local recommends
Bar
“The Uptown Pub House on Yonge St. north of Lawrence, features pub fare including pot pies, sandwiches, burgers, sticky toffee pudding and deep fried Mars bars.”
  • 1 local recommends
Italian Restaurant
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Meal Takeaway
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Bakery
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Restaurant
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Asian Restaurant
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Restaurant
  • 2 locals recommend