Netflix and chill has become a thing of the past, now it’s time to “catch em all”. I know there has been a lot of positive and negative speculation around the whole Pokemon craze, so let me give you a few pointers to incorporate Pokemon into your outings and still manage to be social. The key is to know when to play and when to put your phone away!
Head over to Oyster Boy to enjoy some delicious French Kiss oysters (from New Brunswick) and Pacific Cod fish and chips with your friends.
Then walk over to Tacorrito for dessert (50min walk) this will give you a chance to hatch some eggs, catch Pokemon and stop at a few Pokestops on the way. The mouthwatering stuffed caramel churros and soft serve vanilla ice cream is a must!
If you’re in the Vaughan area, check out Vaughan mills for pokestops around every corner and lure parties near Pickle Barrel! 12:00-2:00 pm is always a great time to go whether you are grabbing lunch at Wegz (tons of Pokestops and Pokemon there) brunch at Eviva or Chatime!
Port credit seems to be another hotspot; have a lobster dinner at the breathtaking Snug Harbour patio.
Then take a stroll over to Scoops Ice Cream for a Cream Soda French Vanilla Ice Cream Float. The memorial park walk is a great place to find lure parties and Pokemon. Also a super romantic date spot (hopefully your date also plays Pokemon)!
Pacific Mall is another location where you can grab Pocky sticks and walk around collecting pokeballs and finding lure parties (usually located in the front of the mall).
Here is a map to track all the Pokemon around you
Map of Pokestops in Toronto
Join Pokemon Go – Toronto & GTA
Happy catching, remember to always be vigilant and find amazing eats! Don’t forget to share by commenting or hashtagging #foodoftoronto on Instagram!
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