Home to theatres, performing arts centres, Toronto's four major-league sports teams, and many cultural and family attractions, The Entertainment District is where the happenings take place. It is also where many nightclubs are located and provide for a place for those who seak excitement late into the night. 

The Entertainment District is bordered by the Gardiner Expressway on the south, Bay Street and University Avenue on the east, Queen Street West on the north, and Spadina Avenue on the west. 

Notable Amenities at the Entertainment District

1. Schools and Educational Facilities: Island Public/Natural Science School, Oasis Alternative Secondary School, Ogden Junior Public School.

2. Food and Restaurants: Ravi SoupsSteam Whistle BrewingKhao San RoadYuzu No Hana,  Burrito BoyzByblosPai Northen Thai KitchenJa Bistro

3. Recreation and Nightlife: The Second City Mainstage TheatreTown Crier Pub,  BarhopFifth Social ClubDEQ Terrace & LoungeParlour

Getting to the Entertainment District by Public Transit

Osgoode Station, St. Andrew Station and Union Station on the Yonge/University Subway Line - 301 and 501 on Queen Street West - 504 and 508 on King Street West - 510 on Spadina Avenue

The Entertainment District Real Estate

Current Homes for Sale at the Entertainment District and Surrounding Areas

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