When people think of Toronto, they often think of the downtown core with its towering skyscrapers and vibrant nightlife. Etobicoke, on the other hand, is often seen as a sleepy suburb. But there's more to this neighborhood than meets the eye. For one thing, Etobicoke has some of the most affordable real estate in the city. Whether you're looking for a starter home or a spacious family home, you'll be sure to find something to fit your budget. And if you're worried about being too far from the action, don't be. Etobicoke is just a short subway ride away from downtown. Plus, there are plenty of parks and recreation centers to keep you busy on the weekends.
The detached homes in Etobicoke are some of the most beautiful in the city, and the condominiums offer incredible views of the skyline. And if you're looking for something a little more affordable, the townhomes are an excellent option. Whatever you're looking for, you're sure to find it in Etobicoke.
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Most Popular Etobicoke neighborhoods:
1. South Etobicoke and Humber Bay
South Etobicoke is quickly becoming one of the most desirable places to live in the GTA. Detached homes, condominiums and townhomes are sprouting up everywhere, and with them comes a whole host of new restaurants, cafes and boutiques. The area around Park lawn Road and Lake Shore Boulevard West is particularly popular with young professionals who are looking for an affordable place to call home. And it's not hard to see why. South Etobicoke offers all the conveniences of city living without the hustle and bustle of downtown. You could take advantage of all the new green space along the Lake Ontario waterfront – like an off-leash dog park or a community garden. The detached homes in South Etobicoke are some of the most beautiful in the city, and the Humber Bay condominiums offer incredible views of the skyline.
Most of the new development has been condo properties, which has been great for young families and working professionals who want to live close to the city without the long commute.
The area is well serviced by TTC routes to the Bloor subway line (about 10 minutes) and a GO station with Toronto’s first-ever TTC/GO Transit shuttle bus, as well as immediate access to the Gardiner Expressway.
And with all the new developments comes an impressive array of amenities, from tech integrations to dog-washing stations. If you're looking for a place to call home in South Etobicoke, you're sure to find something that fits your needs.
If you're looking for a place to call home that has everything you need with an outdoorsy flare, check out Humber Bay Shores and Mimico Condos.
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Best Etobicoke Restaurants and Bars:
Etobicoke is home to amazing food and entertainment. From upscale dining to ethnic favourites, Etobicoke Restaurants are full of flavour and flair.
Some are hidden gems, others larger chain restaurants. New ones are always popping up and there are too many on my To Try List.
After Living in Etobicoke for over 25 years and having tried so many local hotspots,Here are ten all-time best Etobicoke restaurants that I keep going back to:
- Cactus Club Cafe Sherway Gardens
- Eden Restaurant
- La Vechhia Marine Parade
- Joey Sherway
- Sushi Kaji
- Via Allegro Ristorante
- Kitchen on the Sixth
- Chiang Mai Thai Kitchen
- Sanremo Bakery and Cafe