346 Davenport: Yorkville Spotlight
In the centre of it all, 346 Davenport rests in the most desirable location in the entire city, perfectly situated in the middle of four of Toronto's most sought-after neighbourhoods, Yorkville, Summerhill, Casa Loma, and The Annex. This week, we spotlight the affluent Yorkville community and focus on some of the unique opportunities that can be found there. Though it is well-known as an upscale shopping destination, there is much to see and do in Yorkville beyond the many exclusive retail outlets that call the area home.
If you're looking for environmental sustainability paired with delicious food, look no further. Planta, Yorkville's newest plant-based eatery, celebrates innovative cuisine without the use of any animal products. They source all their ingredients from ethical suppliers and offer the service & quality you'd expect from any Yorkville restaurant.
Planta1221 Bay St.
A fitness destination greatly influenced by its surroundings. This elegant studio gym features modern design comprised of steel & marble, effortlessly fitting in to the affluent area it resides in. The club is a one-stop shop for personal training, Pilates, yoga, and spa treatments. All in the heart of Yorkville.
Equinox Fitness55 Avenue Rd.
Odon Wagner Gallery
Opening in the late 60s, The Odon Wagner Gallery features over 7000 square feet of exhibition space and a staff with over 75 years of combined experience at the world's leading art institutions who can help you build or start your own collection. This is one of the city's premier art galleries for both contemporary & historical art, and should not be overlooked.
Odon Wagner Gallery 198 Davenport Rd.
This Yorkville hotspot prides itself on taking the traditional steakhouse into the modern day! With cuts of meat aged for a minimum of 40 days in their dry aging locker, each meal will leave you unquestionably satisfied. Their inspiring décor and creative menu options take the steakhouse dining experience to a whole new level.
NAO Steakhouse 90 Avenue Rd.
Italian suits made from only the finest silk, cashmere, and merino wool blends. This fashionable destination is your source for the highest quality contemporary menswear, and with price tags often cheaper than close by Harry Rosen or Holts Men, Simeone Napoli is tough to beat!
Simeone Napoli 92 Scollard St.
Sorry Coffee Co.
This café is an extension of the Kit and Ace brand and is a quiet getaway and source of inspiration neatly tucked in the alley off of Bloor. This coffee shop sets itself apart by partnering with local artists to create designs for their cups. Every few months, they feature a new artist, keeping their look fresh all the time!
Sorry Coffee Co. 102 Bloor St. W.
A short jaunt from the enviable location at 346 Davenport, these businesses contribute to the modern vibe that personifies Yorkville. Though there are countless others that did not make this list, these are some of our favourites. With a short stroll through the area, you're sure to find some of your own!