Effortlessly cool and captivatingly eclectic, Toronto’s Kensington Market is the place to see and be seen. Home to a younger demographic living in high-priced homes, this neighborhood is an attractive spot for young professionals and creatives. With colorful facades, intriguing murals, and quaint row houses sprinkling the streets, any given corner could play muse to an indie-filmmaker. Standing out from the crowd, Kensington’s food and retail offerings veer on the niched side; specialty cheese shops, beatnik vintage hideouts, and nostalgic record stores beacon locals and tourists alike. During the summer, there’s no finer place to be. Every last Sunday of the month from May to October, car traffic is traded for pop-up stages, food tastings, and live art displays which are set up for pedestrian festivals.