The Must-Sees of Liberty Village
As one of Toronto’s fastest-growing neighbourhoods, Liberty Village is home to some amazing things to do, see, and eat.
Check out Liberty Village Park, an urban green space that’s perfect to dog (okay, and people) watch. The old prison wall still stands, serving as a cool and creepy reminder to park visitors of Liberty Village’s penal roots.
You can’t miss Perpetual Motion, a piece of modern art installed in the middle of Liberty Village. From artist Francisco Gazitua, the large sculpture pays homage to early washing machines which were constructed in Liberty Village.
Stop by Louie Craft Coffee for a latte accompanied by a cool atmosphere. The exposed brick and gorgeous plants add an element of relaxation to whatever your preferred coffee shop activity is—hurried study session or a catch-up with friends.
For brunch, go (back) to School, a Liberty Village essential that serves only breakfast, brunch and lunch. With plates like Krispy Krunchy French Toast and Hashbrown Poutine, School’s award-winning brunch is definitely worth getting out of bed for.
Another Liberty Village restaurant-must is Mildred’s Temple Kitchen. This Toronto institution is known for its upscale, comfort food. For breakfast, indulge in their renown Blueberry Buttermilk Pancakes. And if it’s later in the day, the Huevos Monty never disappoints!
Check out our Local Guide to Toronto. Make this big city feel small and start exploring.
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