Check Out These Must-See Hot Spots in Toronto’s Trinity Bellwoods Neighbourhood

Exploring Toronto? Spend a day at Trinity Bellwoods to enjoy all of the wonders that the park has to offer.


Toronto is filled with a ton of neighbourhoods that are filled with art, culture, food, and attractions. From Little Italy to Kensington, The MIX wants to get inside the nooks and crannies of Toronto areas. It can be hard to narrow down what to do at each location, fortunately, we got you covered.

Our Toronto producer Meghan Kraft has curated a list of some of the hottest spots in Trinity Bellwoods. From food to markets, here are some places that you need to check out.

Trinity Bellwoods Park

790 Queen St W, Toronto, ON M6J 1G3

With so many activities to do in the park, a quick trip here is bound to give you some long-lasting memories. Dog lovers should note down the dog days during the month of Barktober. Foodies can check out the local farmers market. And everyone else can just do your typical park activities like have a picnik, play some outdoor sports, or take a stroll in the area.

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Hooky’s Fish and Chips

893 Queen St W, Toronto, ON M6J 1G5

The beginning of Hooky’s Fish and Chips started back in 2017 by a couple of locals.  Their decision to open up a fish and chips joint was inspired by their vision of bringing back “Canadian nostalgia.” In addition to serving up their after school favourite dish, customers have the option to grab some x, x, and x.

By combining traditional English style fish and chips with a Canadian modern flair, locals in Toronto are casually getting hooked on Hooky’s.

Bellwoods Brewery

124 Ossington Ave, Toronto, ON M6J 2Z5

The Trinity Bellwoods location is a brewpub, and the original bottle shop. The bottle shop opened its doors in 2013, releasing new beers for locals of the 6ix. For all of the beer connoisseurs out there, the bottle shop features “a rotating selection of Bellwoods beer, from light hoppy styles to barrel-aged special releases.” Grab it in a bottle for a brewski later that day, or grab it in a glass and enjoy the environment of a night out.


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Skeleton Key, our velvety, spiced imperial stout aged in rum barrels, is ready for its 2018 debut — headed to our retail stores this Saturday, October 13th. The 3 variants are: . . . OG — Rich notes of dark chocolate and caramelized malts are balanced by lively spices, subtle spirit barrel, and vanilla. $16/BTL, limit of 12pp. . . . COFFEE — We take the already delicious barrel aged spiced stout, and then circulate it through Propeller coffee beans for a smooth, cold brew effect. If you have doubts about this pairing, there may not be hope for you. $17/BTL, limit of 4pp. . . . SCOTCH BONNET/DULCE DE LECHE/LACTOSE — Rumoured to be the only beer that could weather the apocalypse. The heat here is evident and obvious, but perfectly balanced by the sweet, smooth, and spiced notes from the supporting roles. $17/BTL, limit of 2pp.

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Fresh on Crawford

894 Queen St W, Toronto, ON M6J 1G3

Fresh started off in 1990 as a travelling juice bar but has transformed into an establishment This one is for the vegetarians out “marginalized vegetarians would feel welcome and catered to, and non-vegetarians could be introduced to vegetarian food that did not fit the old stereotypes of what people at the time thought vegetarian food was – bland, boring and unsatisfying.”

If you find yourself feeling hungry while hanging out in Trinity Bellwoods, Fresh has a location on Crawford that is bound to satisfy your hunger. The menu offers meals like burgers, tacos, soups, salads and more. Today, Fresh has a ton of locations in Toronto and there are even plans to open up two more in Moscow, Russia.

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Trinity Bellwoods Farmers Market

241-257 Shaw St, Toronto, ON M6J 2W7

Running through May to October, the Trinity Bellwoods Farmers Market is a way for the city to show their support to local growers by giving the public access to “fresh, local, sustainable, naturally grown and certified organic agriculture.”

According to the Trinity Bellwoods Farmers Market Website, the participating vendor line up has been curated for diversity and based on their mandate. The market offers the neighbourhood food shopping for the “freshest, local and seasonal ingredients to cook at home and hearth. ”

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#tbfm countdown 30 mins. Take your pick.

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Bang Bang Ice Cream & Bakery

93 Ossington Ave, Toronto, ON M6J 2Z2

Bang Bang Ice Cream & Bakery is serving up some pretty crazy flavour combinations. Right now, they have some seasonal flavours in rotation like Soybean Walnut, Ilychee Rosewater Raspberry, and Genmaicha-matcha Tiramisu (this one has alcohol in it.) These ones are only available for a limited time but fortunately, all of their reoccurring flavours are still pretty banging as well.

On the regular menu, customers can get flavours like Burnt Toffee, London Fog, Totaro, Fresh Mint, Cinnamon Toast, and Thank You Very Matcha. But there’s more than just ice cream. Bang Bang offers ice cream sandwiches, hong kong egg waffle, ice cream macaron sandwich, ice cream puff, ice cream bars, ice cream cake, and more.

Quesadilla Cart

Quesadilla Cart founder Spencer Shields is biking around Toronto to bring quesadillas to the people. He is typically found in Trinity Bellwoods but takes his business in and around the streets of the 6ix. For just $5, you can grab yourself a piping hot freshly grilled quesadilla! Sauces available on the side. Check out his Instagram page @quesadillacart to catch all of his shenanigans.


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I dressed myself today

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