Welcome to Trinity Bellwoods
A vibrant and exciting place to live
This neighborhood is named after its beloved Trinity Bellwoods Park, where the community comes together for relaxation and socializing. Many streets in Trinity Bellwoods are tree-lined and include beautiful Victorian homes. There are also more modern homes and lofts for those with an active lifestyle. The mix of the old and new makes for a very eclectic neighborhood.
Trinity Bellwoods has a youthful feel to it and is always bustling with activity. It is one of Toronto’s hotspots. There are dozens of bars, restaurants, cafes, and boutiques. There are also antique shops, art galleries, bookstores, trendy clothing shops, and more. Residents of the Trinity Bellwoods community enjoy having everything at their fingertips and within walking distance. Most shopping does not require a car, and this adds to the community focus and interaction, for which this neighborhood is famous.
What to love
- The popular 36-acre Trinity Bellwoods Park
- Focus on community, fresh food, and social interaction
- Upscale fine dining
- Trendy cafes and bars
- Boutiques and galleries
- Excellent public transportation to rapidly connect anywhere in Toronto
Residents have all the conveniences and on-the-go activities an urban neighborhood has to offer, yet the huge Trinity Bellwoods Park gives the feel of wide-open green space, rural living, and laid-back fun for those who want a slower pace. There is a Bohemian undercurrent in Trinity Bellwoods. You can go shopping one day, art gallery viewing the next day, hobnobbing with farmers at the market the day after that, and then picnicking in the park on the weekend.
Dining, entertainment & shopping
If you’re “plant-powered” and need to refuel, stop at Fresh for their outstanding vegan food. Try their avocado grilled cheese for lunch, or dive right into a chipotle bacon burger (all plant-based). If Italian food is your thing, Terroni will become a second home to you. Their Capricciosa pizza is delicious. For contemporary Spanish food, head on over to Bar Isabel and try the shrimp al Ajillo. MAMAKAS Taverna is hip and happening and caters to those with an Aegean and Mediterranean palate. The dry-aged ribeye steak is phenomenal.
All that eating requires some activity. The shops on Queen Street West could best be described as chic, vogue, and cool. In addition to upscale chain retailers, there are unusual boutiques and elegant interior design shops. Naked Bodyz sells the trendiest clothing for the young and young-at-heart. If retro is your thing, check out the I Miss You Vintage shop for luxury designer resale clothing from the 1950s to the present day.
For forward-thinking modern art and lifestyle displays in Trinity Bellwoods, there’s the Twist Gallery with a unique social environment. The Drake General Store, “a traditional hotel gift shop, is a classic general store, flea market stand, and museum shop all rolled into one.” They’ve got everything from clothing to home décor, gifts, games, and more.
Things to do
Trinity Bellwoods community comes to life at the Farmers Market, which provides fresh, local, natural foods. After buying the best of the best, many people head further out into the Trinity Bellwoods Park for relaxation and green space. The park hosts the beloved Pumpkin Parade in the fall. There’s also an ice-skating rink, three baseball fields, eight tennis courts, picnic areas, a children’s playground, and so much more right there in the park. No need to travel far.