i am planning a trip to toronto. I am looking for raw vegan food and places to visit. Please help.
- The Second City51 Mercer Street, Toronto, ON, Canadarecommended The Second CityIf you like improv, you can't go wrong with The Second City--in fact, a bunch of SNL actors got there start with the company. The show lasts about two hours and focuses on political and social satire ... read morewith help from the audience. Be sure to buy tix in advance--they usually sellout a week or two before each show.
- Hockey Hall of Fame30 Yonge Street, Toronto, ON M5E Canadarecommended Hockey Hall of FameIf you love hockey, you gotta go to the Hockey Hall of Fame. It's got tons of memorabilia and equipment, NHL trophies (including the Stanley Cup, when its not travelling), even a replica of the ... read moreCanadiens dressing room. Of course, there also are bios/info on inductees too. Almost best of all, there are areas where you can shoot pucks at a computer simulation of Ed Belfour. Or switch it up in another area where you can play goalie against a computer simulated Wayne Gretsky and Mark Messier. Any way you cut it, so fun!
- CN Tower301 Front Street West, Toronto, ON M5V Canadarecommended CN TowerThe CN Tower is one of the tallest free-standing structures in the world, and is a classic Toronto must-see (or do). Visitors all have access to an observation area with amazing views of the city and ... read moreas well as a glass floor walking area (it's kind of a thrill, and definitely a bit terrifying to step off of the cement and onto what seems like thin air!). Admission is kind of steep--the basic package starts at $22 for adults. The only bummer--the ticket and elevator lines can be really long. There also is an upscale restaurant, 360, at the top of the tower. Guests do not have to pay the admission fee to eat there and also get preferential elevator service. I've never eaten there but I know it's received several culinary awards.