14. Eat your way through St. Lawrence Market in general
Peameal bacon sandwiches aren’t the only thing worth eating in St. Lawrence Market. So long as you don’t try to go on a Saturday (because you won’t be able to move) there are SO many things to eat. A lobster roll from Buster’s Sea Cove, bagels from St. Urbain, fried eggplant sandwiches from Uno Mustachio... Just bring your appetite and you can’t go wrong.
The Art Gallery of Ontario is well worth a visit in its own right but why not go when you can also enjoy a few drinks and browse exhibits after hours? In addition to art appreciation combined with adult beverages, you get food, live music, DJs, and unique installations you won’t see during regular hours.
16. Picnic in Trinity Bellwoods Park
Once the weather warms up, nabbing a patch of grass in Trinity Bellwoods Park can be tough but it’s worth it. Grab some fish and chips from Chippy’s across from the park and settle in for a gloriously lazy afternoon.