Once you’ve had your fill at St. Lawrence, or you’ve finished watching the Jays win, head over to the Distillery Historic District. You’ll find everything from boutiques to the Corkin Gallery, which displays emerging and established artists, and, of course, distilleries and craft breweries.
If you don’t opt for a drink at the Distillery District, near Church and Front Street East you’ll find Italian restaurant Piano Piano (55 Colborne St.). Its whimsical décor, lively atmosphere, and carousel bar make it a distinctive place for a nightcap to end the day.
2. Check Out Annual Toronto Arts and Culture Events’ 2023 Editions
Each spring, Toronto plays host to various arts and culture events that offer something for everyone. From a look at some of the city’s most iconic structures to performing arts and film festivals, these are the events that kick off the festivals in Toronto season.
From April 13-16, discover and connect with over 250 independent artists. At the Better Living Centre (195 Princes’ Blvd.), Artist Project includes thousands of artworks, large-scale installations, curator-led art tours, and more.