Neighbourhood area maps for Queer West Village including location of Church Street Gay Village, provided by Google.
Gay Toronto's Queer West Village Neighbourhoods are located running north and south along Ossington Avenue (Between Dundas W and Queen St W.) or east and west along Queen St. W. (Between Ossington and Roncesvalles - Trinity Bellwoods / Parkdale) The newest hotspot in the last 3 years is old Brockton Village (also know as Little Portugal), running along Dundas St W Between Gladstone Avenue to Lansdowne Ave, more of a quiet romantic village atmosphere several queer bars, boutiques and niche cafes and restaurants,
There are about 70 gay friendly venues (A mixed crowd) in the Queer West Village that welcome everyone. Toronto's old gay village, which some call the Church and Wellesley Village is located on the east side of City between Bloor St. to College and Church St to Yonge Street. Most gay bars are located on Church St. Thank you for your interest in QueerWest.org
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