346 Davenport: Annex Spotlight
Location, location, location. This is what comes to mind when describing the perfectly placed 346 Davenport. Situated at the intersection of four of the most in-demand neighbourhoods in Toronto, this is exactly where you want to be.
This week, we dive in and explore all the intricacies of The Annex. A piece of the city with an immense amount of character and history, it is home to a diverse group of people and businesses and continues to develop as a hub for dining, entertainment, shopping, and the arts.
Widely admired as one of the world's leading museums of natural history & world cultures, The Royal Ontario Museum gracefully sits at the edge of The Annex. The striking contrast of the traditional & contemporary architecture sets the stage for the countless breathtaking exhibits, both temporary and permanent, on display inside. Their Friday Night Live events have become extremely popular as they give you the chance to enjoy your favourite cocktails amongst the ancient art and artifacts!
The ROM100 Queens Park
A go-to spot for traditional Italian food, Piano Piano serves all your favourites in their most delicious forms. Fun & sophistication combine to create an alluring atmosphere, with a sense of comfort that is tough to match! The playful décor and light mood are sure to delight as you immerse yourself in memorable dishes that come in manageable portion sizes. This is the Italian restaurant you always wished was right around the corner!
Piano Piano 88 Harbord St
Healthy and nutritious options galore! This Annex juice bar serves a wide variety of fresh, made to order smoothies and juices. If you're feeling a bit peckish, they also prepare panini sandwiches, salads, and other healthy snacks. The team at Union Juice is always there to keep you nourished in your healthy, active lifestyle.
Union Juice382 Bloor St. W.
Inspired by the flavours of Mexico and California, El Pocho uses only the freshest ingredients to make their food in-house. Tacos, antojitos, and weekend brunch paired with a wide range of craft beer, wine, and their unique rum & tequila cocktails are a sure recipe for success. Did we mention their menu is totally gluten-free?!
El Pocho 2 Follis Ave.
Where old school meets new school. This four-chair barbershop is part of a growing community and has an eclectic yet welcoming vibe that is centered around skate culture and modern design aesthetic. The owners take great pride in their craft and share the common goal of helping the modern man feel consistently confident with their style and appearance.
Glassbox Barbershop338 Harbord St.
University of Toronto
Founded in 1827, U of T as it's usually referred to, is the city's most storied and well-known academic institution. Older than the country itself, this historic school has been a part of Toronto through thick and thin. An important part of our city's culture, it's worth taking an afternoon to explore the grounds and appreciate the historical significance
University of Toronto371 Bloor St. W.