The Silver Snail. Snobby as all get-out, but still a decent comics-and-manga shopping experience. Also, if you're into perky goths, they tend to cluster around the Queen St W area where the Snail is located.
Let's see, there's ice skating in Mel Lastman Square, and Casa Loma if you like big fancy houses with secret passages, and St Lawrence Market if you're a morning person and love back bacon sandwiches, and the Danforth if you love Greek food (and are lookin' for a good music shop, 'cause there's one just up from the Viaduct).
If you like challah bread, Yitz's Deli on Eglinton is the place to go - they aren't kosher anymore, I don't think, but the bread's still really good. And if you want to check out a piece of crazy Toronto history, Honest Ed's is the place to go.
Bookworm? Check out The World's Biggest Bookstore just up from Yonge St, but stop in to the used place right next door first - they have better prices.
Hungry for steak? Barbarian's has the best in the city, but it's pricey.
edited 15th Apr '11 4:51:13 AM by FurikoMaru