5 Delicious Reasons to Visit the Junction

5 Delicious Reasons to Visit the Junction

Toronto’s Junction neighbourhood is named after the area where four railway lines meet and is located in the city’s west end. It’s a relatively small neighbourhood with some fantastic furniture shops to get lost in, and amazing restaurants to eat at until you’re uncomfortably full. Check out our picks for the top accessible restaurants in the Junction.

Read More

Empire Grill Indian Cuisine & Wine Bar

Empire Grill Indian Cuisine & Wine Bar

Empire Grill is a charming Indian restaurant in the heart of the Eglinton West neighbourhood, open for dinner from 5 to 10 pm. The space has only been open for 2 months but after tasting the food and experiencing the impeccable customer service we are hopeful that it will not be closing its doors anytime soon.

Read More

Allan Gardens Conservatory

Allan Gardens Conservatory

You may be as surprised as I was to learn that in the centre of downtown Toronto lies a 100 year old botanical garden open year round… and it’s free! Allan Gardens’ beautiful flora-filled greenhouses cover over 16,000 square feet and feature plants and flowers from all over the world. For a destination as unique as this it’s great to see that it has managed to achieve  a certain level of accessibility.

Read More

Bombay Street Food

Bombay Street Food

Bombay Street Food has a unique, spirited yet casual vibe. This restaurant is owned by two sisters-in- law and serves Mumbai street food near College and Bay. The main entrance is located off Bay Street. You will find two large glass doors to enter with automatic features. The doorways have 0.5” thresholds and measure 40” wide.

Read More