Your New Neighbourhood at RUSH
At Rush, there’s a selection of whatever you desire right outside your door. From trendy bars to cozy neighbourhood cafes, it's no wonder why people from across the city converge in the area. In this blog, we’ll be going over some must-sees and must-tries from the area that are both new and classics.
416 Snack Bar
181 Bathurst St.
416 Snack Bar is Toronto in restaurant form. Their small, ever-changing menu reflects the city’s roots as well as odes to other dining staples in Toronto. The menu and portions are small, as well as the space, but stop here for a late night bite and you won't be disappointed.
604 King St W.
Rustic Italian fare served in a high-end setting. Tucked away from bustling King St, expect dishes bursting with flavour, fresh ingredients and scissors for perfect pie-cutting. Whether it’s a fancy date, celebrating an occasion, or just treating yourself, you can never go wrong with Buca.
152 Spadina Ave.
This Queen and Spadina cafe, known for its melt-in-your-mouth cookies, is one of Toronto’s best. Grab a coffee, some delectable baked goods, or a fantastic sandwich With it’s checkered tile floor and wood accents, you’ll feel right at home with a morning coffee and a good read.
F As In Frank
418 Queen St W.
This Vancouver vintage shop has everything you need to get that old-school look in your wardrobe. Dig through their endless racks of blasts from the past to find that perfect gem. From tees, to hats, to jackets, everything 80s and 90s is cool again at F As In Frank.
Swipe Design | Books + Objects
401 Richmond St W.
If you’re in need for a new read, or looking for that aesthetically pleasing coffee table cover, then Swipe is the place. With a focus on graphic design and architecture, they carry every book that’s worthy of shelf space.
With this much choice all within walking distance, you’ll soon learn why RUSH is perfectly situated in one of the city’s trendiest areas.