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Located in Kensington, Poetry Jazz Cafe is more than a quintessential jazz bar. On offer are signature cocktails and wine enjoyed to the occasional live jazz, soul, spoken word and poetry events. Owner Sean Pascalle encourages performances by young and upcoming jazz musicians with an experimental flair on the genre. Quite contrasting is the decor of vintage elements, graffiti and old-world charm. Their secluded back patio is a popular gathering place among regulars.
A pleasure zone located in the core of the city, this area, bordered by Queen Street West, York, Lakeshore, and Spadina, is rich with restaurants, theater, sporting events and live music. Some highlights include the Princess of Wales theater and Roy Thomson Hall for the performing arts. For popular dining, Alice Fazooli's and Joe Badali's hit the spot. For the sports nut, there's the SkyDome and the Air Canada Centre, and to sleep it all off the Crowne Plaza-Toronto Centre or the Holiday Inn on King.
Toronto's tallest office building, at 72 stories, also features the largest of the many shopping areas in Toronto's complex underground system. Shops include Gap, Henry Birks and other outlets offering the latest in men's and women's fashions. Business people flock to the food court on the top level during lunch hour, while restaurants like the Tasting Rooms attract the expense account crowd. The works of Canadian and international artists are on display at the First Canadian Place Network Gallery and you can catch lunchtime concerts at the Waterfall Stage.