This week's theme is LANDMARKS.
Last week I covered Toronto's iconic landmark, CN Tower. Another place that tourists gravitate towards is City Hall at Nathan Philips Square. This is always a stop for the tour buses.
There is always something going on for locals as well. Festivals, memorials, food markets, art shows, the list goes on.
For tourists a highlight is a winter visit when they don rented ice skates and glide around the rink.
Office workers from the massive towers surrounding the square drift here at lunch hour. The courthouse denizens also drift over.
So whether you are a city hall employee, lawyer, witness or tourist this is a great spot for a quick lunch from one of the food trucks parked on Queen St W.
The tourists have a great opportunity to try a Canadian favourite, poutine.