Distillery Historic District

Type: Fine Craft Galleries, Shopping Districts, Specialty Shops



Map / Directions 10Best Says

Toronto's Distillery Historic District began in 1859 as the site of the Gooderham and Worts whiskey distillery. 100 years later, the distillery was producing nearly half of the total volume of spirits...  Read More



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  • Shopping Malls and Centers: "The Distillery Historic District still maintains some of its alcohol-producing roots. Ontario Spring Water Sake Company opened eastern North America's first sake brewery onsite in 2011, featuring a tasting bar where you can sample the company's products. Also, Mill Street Brewery produces some great beers and operates a pub in the district."
  • Best for Shopping Malls and Centers Because: Victorian-era buildings house local boutiques in this charming, pedestrian-only village.

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