Four Seasons Hotel Toronto Invites You to Explore the City's Hidden Gems

Toronto, Canada

With a little help from our friends, Four Seasons Hotel Toronto presents a local’s guide to exploring the hidden gems of Toronto. For the first time ever, the city’s top influencers have each curated a list of recommendations for the flagship property. These personal city guides offer every guest the opportunity to immerse themselves in the vibrant sights, sounds and tastes of Toronto just as savvy locals do.

From the best running trails to the tastiest secret menu items, @FSToronto unveils Toronto’s best-kept secrets.

  • Fitness leader Eva Redpath’s perfect Saturday adventure starts at David A. Balfour Park Trail and ends at Wafel Huis in the Evergreen Brick Works Farmers Market.
  • Solmaz K, blogger at The Curious Creature, always goes off menu at Pizzeria Libretto. “One of my faves is actually a secret, off-menu ’za they call Mama’s Hot Pepper Pizza.”
  • Catriona Smart, founder of Coco & Cowe, knows that the best vintage finds in the city are at Hulapopper Vintage, tucked into a hideaway spot in Graffiti Alley.
  • Television producer Mark Rupert finds a moment of serenity in the bustling city by admiring the serene grounds of Osgoode Hall on the northeast corner of Queen Street and University Avenue.
  • Carolina Avaria, Chef Concierge at Four Seasons Hotel Toronto, loves the misting in the Hotel’s very own garden. “It’s the perfect place to cool down on a hot summer day.”
  • Columnist and novelist Shinan Govani shares the key to midday relaxation in the city: a stroll through the tree-lined quad at the University of Toronto’s Trinity College, which features winding footpaths and vines that flaunt the neo-Georgian architecture.