Date: May 13, 2012
Spend Mothers Day Pampering Mom in Bloor-Yorkville Treat mom to a full-day of dining, shopping, and entertainment in Torontos most fashionable district Toronto, May 2012 Treat mom to a day of pampering in the Bloor-Yorkville neighbourhood. On Sunday, May 13th most restaurants, shops, spas and museums will be open for mom to indulge in. Designated as a tourist area by Toronto City Council, Bloor-Yorkville is the ultimate place to spoil mom. said Briar de Lange, Executive Director of the Bloor-Yorkville BIA. With special offerings being held at various locations its the perfect place for the whole family to get together and show mom how much you love and appreciate her! Below is a selection of Bloor-Yorkville businesses and their hours of operation on Mothers Day: Shop for mom at one of Bloor-Yorkvilles premier shopping centres: Hazelton Lanes, 12 pm-5 pm The Holt Renfrew Centre, 12 pm- 5 pm Hudsons Bay Centre, 10 am 7 pm Manulife Centre, 12 pm- 6 pm Indigo Books Music & Caf, 11am 10 pm Treat mom to brunch and tea in Bloor-Yorkville Windsor Arms Hotel Brunch May 13th 10:30am 1:30pm Tea: May 12th & 13th a*416.971.9666 for reservations Moroco Chocolate Tea: May 13th 10am- 2:30pm *416.961.2202 for reservations Yorkville Espresso Bar Brunch: May 12th & 13th 10 am-2 pm *416.515.7366 for reservations Mortons The Steakhouse Dinner: May 13th 5 pm- 11pm *416.925.0648 for reservations Spoil mom at one of Bloor-Yorkvilles spas with a special mothers day package Sitamaa Spa 55 Bloor St. West 416.920.7482 Stillwater Spa, 10am- 6 pm 4 Avenue Road 416.926.2389 Holt Renfrew Spa, 12 pm- 6 pm 50 Bloor St. West 416.922.2333 Have fun with mom at one of these Bloor-Yorkville cultural activities Gardiner Museum, 10 am- 6 pm The Royal Ontario Museum, 10 am- 6:30 pm Weekend exhibit: Ancient Egypt Weekend running May 12th and 13th only. Varsity Cinemas, 11am- 1am About Bloor-Yorkville Since entrepreneur Joseph Bloor founded the Village of Yorkville in 1830, the heart and soul of Toronto has distinguished itself as a premier shopping, dining and cultural destination. The Bloor-Yorkville neighbourhood is bordered by Scollard Street to the north, St. Mary Street to the south, Avenue Road to the west and Church Street to the east. The Bloor-Yorkville BIA initiates and funds many neighbourhood improvements, including the newly improved Bloor Street trees, gardens and granite sidewalks. For the latest information on stores, events and parking facilities, visit www.bloor-yorkville.com. Find Bloor-Yorkville on Facebook and on Twitter @blooryorkville.
Date: May 13, 2012