Start Your Day
Take a stroll to Cherry Bomb for the house-roasted coffee and a fresh butter croissant
Grab a fresh-pressed juice for the rest of today’s journey
Hit up the Federal for what has to be the most delicious breakfast sandwich in town
Visit some of the unique stores all along Roncy - like the Coal Miner's Daughter, Frock, Ecotique, and Scout
Grab a delicious sandwich, along with some pre-made sides, from Alimentari Italian Grocery
Walk to the High Park Zoo, while stopping at the famous castle playground for the perfect playtime
Walk towards the water, admire the newly-painted pedestrian bridge, or take a bike ride along the lakeshore
Need A Pick-Me-Up?
Stop by Gloria for an afternoon cappuccino
Head to Sorauren Park for some kid-friendly fun (especially on Mondays, when the farmer's market is up and running)
Make Someone's Day
Grab a new toy, or a craft, at Scooter Girl Toys for the little ones
Go family-style and dig into a rack of ribs
Round The Horn
Finish the day viewing any of Toronto's sport teams, along with with a fresh pint
Making your way through Roncesvalles Village?
Here’s where you need to go…
What Living In Roncesvalles Village Is All About...
Roncy, as it's commonly called, is historically referred to as Toronto's Polish Village. This is a relaxed community that definitely has some old-school European vibes. It’s peaceful, upscale, and super family-friendly. There is a real community feel here; living in Roncesvalles often feels like visiting a separate town.
Who You'll Find...
If you’re living in Roncesvalles, chances are you’re a family with kids. You might also be a young professional who’s in need of something more laid back. Equal parts cozy and hip, Roncy has great restaurants, unique homes, and close proximity to parks – you can find a little bit of everything here!
The Essential Roncesvalles Village Home...
The homes here are large, and they’re often on streets that feel set back from the bustling main strip. At the same time, things here are all about the community. Children playing on front lawns, families sitting out on the porch well into the night, and quiet Sunday mornings make living in Roncesvalles a dream come true for community-loving families.
A Local's Perspective...
Roncesvalles has a very friendly, almost European, vibe to it. There are lots of families here, the architecture is pretty, and there are plenty of great shops – you might never be bored again! There’s also the streetcar, which makes getting around the city easy.