Rapid-fire Chinese mixes with English in air punctuated by flowers, fruit and a hint of baked goods in an open-air market. This scene is just part of one of Toronto’s seven Chinatowns. Canada’s most populous city is also its most eclectic and is considered by some to be the most culturally diverse city in the world.
If there’s one thing Toronto seems to have an abundance of (besides snow) it’s places to have a good time. Below are culinary highlights and a few of the party hotspots the “Golden Horseshoe” has to offer.