346 Davenport: Summerhill Spotlight


It's no secret that 346 Davenport lies in an extremely enviable location. At the intersection of Summerhill, Yorkville, Rosedale, and The Annex, there simply is no better place to live. We turn our spotlight to the beautiful Summerhill neighbourhood and show off some of the more note-worthy spots in the area.

Centered on Yonge St, Summerhill is one of Toronto's oldest and most desirable neighbourhoods. Characterized by its turn of the century homes, tree-lined streets, and the iconic old North Toronto train station (now LCBO), its proximity to 346 Davenport is second to none! Within minutes you could be shopping at one of many boutiques, enjoying a coffee or cocktail at some of the finest independent establishments, or simply strolling through one of the many parks the area has to offer.

Boxcar Social

With a name stemming from the iconic train station across the street, Boxcar Social is a hip Summerhill café by day. A carefully curated rotating list of beans provides their patrons a chance to sip on some of the world's finest roasts. After the sun goes down, they swap out the coffee for wine, craft beer, bourbon, and scotch. Sit and saviour your favourite libation while being entertained by their passionate staff and settle in to the warm, welcoming atmosphere.

Boxcar Social1208 Yonge St

The Black Camel

First opening its doors in 2004, The Black Camel is home to some of the best sandwiches in the city! Pulled pork, beef brisket, seared steak, pulled chicken, and even a vegetarian option are made with fresh ingredients daily. These delicious sammies are extremely popular, so much so that they often sell out before their scheduled closing time. To avoid the immense disappointment of the "SOLD OUT" sign, be sure to check their Twitter feed (@black_camel) as they keep it updated when they are running low on ingredients.

Black Camel4 Crescent Rd.


Highly regarded as one of Toronto's best restaurants, Scaramouche exhibits an unwavering commitment to memorable dining experiences. Sophisticated culinary selections are presented with a careful attention to detail and simplicity rarely seen in fine dining. Combine this with over 200 wine selections and service described as "unintrusive & respectful," and you can understand why Scaramouche consistently ranks as one of - if not the - best restaurants in the city.

Scaramouche 1 Benvenuto Place

York Racquets Club

An exclusive private club neatly tucked in the Summerhill neighbourhood, The York Racquets Club is a premiere fitness destination. With a passion for tennis and overall fitness, their professional and experienced staff are dedicated to helping improve your game on the court and your fitness level in the gym. Their pristine facilities make it easy to focus on what you're there for and the friendships made within the club will last a lifetime.

York Racquets Club 50 Marlborough Ave.

The Monk's Table

Great beer and excellent food, these are two things that The Monk's Table preaches. This European-style pub has 20 import draughts on tap, coupled with classic pub fare to satisfy your appetite. Complete with a long wooden bar, you'll instantly feel right at home in this cozy local pub.

The Monk's Table 1276 Yonge St.


A quick jaunt from 346 Davenport, Joso's restaurant has been a staple in the Toronto hospitality industry since the 1960s. Unwind and enjoy a truly unique dining experience as you take in the many sights, sounds, and tastes. With a wide variety of fish from all across the world, these traditional meals feature flavours as memorable as the restaurant itself and will have you returning again before long!

Joso's202 Davenport Rd.