Neighbourhood Guide: Little India

Neighbourhood Guide: Little India - Maha's Brunch

The stretch of Gerrard East from Greenwood to Coxwell has transformed in the last couple years to a family-friendly neighbourhood. Here are the top spots worth checking out with your brood.

Maha’s

This Egyptian brunch spot gets busy but is unbelievably delish. Great for vegetarians, and totally kid-friendly!

226 Greenwood Ave, Toronto

Greenwood Park

Newly revitalized, Greenwood Park hosts a gorgeous outdoor winding skating rink, and a large outdoor pool in the summer.

150 Greenwood Avenue, Toronto

Neighbourhood Guide: Little India - Swag Sisters

Swag Sisters

Owners Erin and Guy go out of their way to make sure every kid and customer goes home happy at this well-curated toy shop. They’ll make up loot bags for you too – just call ahead to discuss price range and theme.

1511 Gerrard Street East, Toronto

Udupi Palace

Don’t miss this Little India favourite: this South Indian vegetarian restaurant has a kids menu and play area.

1460 Gerrard Street East, Toronto

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Image credits: Maha’s Brunch, Swag Sisters

Melissa Carter

Melissa Carter is a writer and editor, living in Toronto. She loves baking apple crisps and fruit pies, napping on a blanket at the beach, running on the shore, and camping out in the living room for fried chicken picnics.

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