Leslieville

Neighborhood, Historic Site
Toronto, ON

Tips

  • Check out The Comrade located just east of Broadview on the north side of Queen. Excellent beer & whiskey selection for the discerning drinker.
  • Check out Lady Marmalade for weekend brunch. If you can stand the lineup, prepare yourself for an amazing brunch experience.
  • Stop in for a pint at Ceili Cottage. great irish hospitality and they have Cask Ale.
  • Enjoy a weekend brunch at Toast - corner of Queen and Pape. Formerly Hello Toast. AMAZING food.
  • Walk around enjoy the sun on a nice summer day, visit stratengers have a brew on their patio
  • Incredible neighborhood! Really proud to be a part of it!
  • Best neighborhood in Toronto.
  • Cute little boutiques and smaller owned shops and restaurants around this neighborhood.
  • I love Leslieville and the shops and people here !!!
  • Nice place to visit
  • I recommend Leslieville Diner on Queen E / Curzon for weekend brunch especially their eggs benedict!
  • Check out The Commissary, 889 Queen St.
  • Try the banana cake at Le Matin. To die for.
  • Toast is toast now. No more brunches there.
  • Check out TheLeslieviller.com, our free local social network, for all things Leslieville! Resto reviews, discussions, event listings, free classifieds, photos, videos, blogs, groups and more!

Nearby places

983 Queen St E (at Pape Ave)
17 Leslie St (at Lakeshore Blvd.)
920 Queen St. E (btwn Logan Ave. & Morse St.)