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( 2 Reviews ) Tags: vintage clothing

Funky vintage clothes for decent prices

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The Boat

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Most hoppin nightlife in Kensington

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Kensington Market is a collection of back streets behind Chinatown that house a great concentration of Toronto's vintage stores and different ethnic eateries.

Go there the last Sunday of every month for a car-free experience. Buskers from all walks represent one of the worlds most multicultural cities.

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In the heart of Toronto, Kensington Market is the perfect escape from the ostentatious sports cars, and the ever increasing condos in downtown TO. Kensington is a great place to shop for great vintage clothes and clothes by local designers. You can get foods from all over the world, great cheeses and organic food. Make sure you check out some of the awesome (and interesting) restaurants such as the Hungary Thai (yes, who would think of Hungarian Thai food) and My Big Fat Burrito. Or if you don't feel like doing anything you can just chill and socialise...or even join a drum circle! Don't forget your bike to get around, and end your day there at a stop by the Hot Box Cafe (yes it is what you think it is...but bring your own supply)

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