Living in Corso Italia-Davenport
The neighbourhood is characterized by its coffee shops, bakeries and, especially, gelaterias. La Paloma Gelateria & Café is a neighbourhood favourite, with a range of flavours and dairy-free options. For full course meals, check out Ferro—once a billiard hall, this family-run restaurant has been serving up Italian home cooking since 1993. Pizza e Pazzi offers Neapolitan fare and some of the best pizza in the city.
People in Corso Italia-Davenport
As a highly-multicultural enclave, Corso Italia-Davenport is home to many Italian, Portuguese, and Asian residents. Traditionally home to families and many retirees, this neighbourhood is now becoming a favourite place for young professionals.
Real estate in Corso Italia-Davenport
There are plenty of townhomes and semi-detached properties in the neighbourhood, as well as some detached homes.
Must-visit in Corso Italia-Davenport
- Boom Breakfast & Co.: often considered “the best breakfast in Toronto”, this is a cozy spot for a hearty, traditional morning meal with everything from omelettes and pancakes to breakfast sandwiches and steak with eggs
Real estate stats in Corso Italia-Davenport
- Total Listings: 35
- Average Price: $1,351,600
- Walkscore: 68