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July, 2007 in Toronto

Ceremony: Angus Glen Golf Club


Angus Glen Golf Club

10080 Kennedy Road
Markham, ON, Canada
(905) 887-5157


Hilton Suites Hotel and Conference Centre

8500 Warden Avenue
Markham, ON, Canada
(905) 470-8500


Ambassador Chinese Restaurant

280 W Beaver Creek Rd
Richmond Hill, ON L4B, CA

"We frequently come here for dim sum. Anonymous always orders the baked tapioca pudding for dessert!"


Diamond Banquet Hall

3225 Hwy-7
Markham, ON L3R, CA


Rosewater Supper Club

19 toronto street
toronto, on


Theatre District

300 King Street West
Toronto, ON, Canada
(416) 872-1212

"King Street is the main site for Toronto's great theatre."


CN Tower and Rogers Centre

CN Tower
NL, Canada,

"A staple when visiting Toronto is grabbing a view from the world’s tallest building. You can also grab a bite to eat at 360, a revolving restaurant over 1000 feet above ground."


Downtown Chinatown

480 Dundas St W
Toronto, ON, Canada
(416) 591-3988

"The Asian minority is one of the largest and most visible ethnicities in Toronto. Chinatown in downtown Toronto is a great place to find out why Anonymous loves to come back home for Chinese food."


Harbourfront Centre

235 Queens Quay West
Toronto, ON, Canada
(416) 973-4000

"From July 20-22nd, Harbourfront is the site for the Dim Sum Chinese Festival! Serving up more than food, the festival also offers an array of traditional and contemporary art forms. Highlights include: · North American premiere of 77 year old Peking Opera Master Bi Gu Yun · A Moving Sound fuses Taiwanese, Chinese and Asian musical ideas · Chi 2 presented by are Moby's string section and electronic and violin assault specialists · Q&A and screening with award-winning filmmaker Julia Kwan · Martial artists compete in the Battle of the Lion Clans"


Pacific Mall

4300 Steeles Av E, Pacific Mall
Markham, ON, Canada
(905) 305-8700

"This is North America's LARGEST indoor Asian mall. You have to see it and experience it."


Royal Ontario Museum

100 Queen's Park
Toronto, ON, Canada
(416) 586-5549

"With the new Michael Anonymous-Chin Crystal addition, the Royal Ontario Museum is definitely a place to visit while in Toronto. Along with its large Chinese cultural exhibit, the ROM is hosting in July exhibits of Ancient Peru and Japanese paintings depicting life in 17th to 19th century Tokyo."


The Bata Shoe Museum

327 Bloor St W, Toronto
Toronto, ON, Canada
(416) 979-7799

"Anonymous loves shoes and Toronto provides a unique experience with The Bata Shoe Museum. Over 10,000 shoes spanning 4,500 years of history are exhibited in an award winning four story building."


The Old Distillery District and Perigee restaurant

55 Mill Street
Toronto, ON, Canada
Perigee: (416) 364-1397

"Once the largest distillery in the British Empire, the Distillery District is Toronto’s first pedestrian village and is a national historic site. The brick-lined streets are now a great place for galleries, entertainment, restaurants and boutiques. The 5th annual Parti-Gras festival, a celebration of music and culture, begins July 20th. Heartily recommended is Perigee restaurant and its Omakase-style menu. Reservations are a must as the restaurant seats 35."


Toronto Eaton Centre

610 Bay St
Toronto, ON, Canada
(416) 642-8321

"Anonymous's other favourite place to shop is the Toronto Eaton Centre. But it's so much more than that. The Eaton Centre is at the heart of the city. Next to it is Dundas square (www.ydsquare.ca) where there is always something to entertain you. One of our favourite places to eat is Eggspectations (www.eggspectations.com)."


Yorkdale Shopping Centre

3401 Dufferin St
North York, ON, Canada
(416) 789-0595

"One of Anonymous's favourite places to shop with over 240 stores."