Eye for an Eye Travel Guide

The buyers are in Toronto for one of Canada's largest freight and baggage auctions. After the auction, the team explores the Toronto area's restaurants and shops.


Activities
Principal Liquidators/403 Auction
Location of the Toronto auction, which actually took place outside of Toronto in the town of Mississauga.
  • 3620 Laird Road
  • Mississauga, Ontario L5L 0A3 Canada

Principal Liquidators/403 Auction

Location of the Toronto auction, which actually took place outside of Toronto in the town of Mississauga.
3620 Laird Road Mississauga, Ontario, Canada
Phone: 0.0
Wotever
Billy Leroy visits this "one-stop" shop for weather gear, equipment and kit supplies while in town, to fight against the blistery cold weather. Wotever is in the filmmaking district of town.
  • 11 Dickens Street
  • Toronto, Ontario M4M 1T8 Canada

Wotever

Billy Leroy visits this "one-stop" shop for weather gear, equipment and kit supplies while in town, to fight against the blistery cold weather. Wotever is in the filmmaking district of town.
11 Dickens Street Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Phone: 0.0
Odon Wagner Gallery
Sally and Laurence Martin visit this premier art gallery in Toronto known for its impressive Picasso collection.
  • 198 Davenport Road
  • Toronto, Ontario M5R Canada

Odon Wagner Gallery

Sally and Laurence Martin visit this premier art gallery in Toronto known for its impressive Picasso collection.
198 Davenport Road Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Phone: 0.0
Army Outfitters
Mark Meyer visits Army Outfitters to have some of his winnings appraised.
  • 1695 Avenue Road
  • Toronto, Ontario M5M 3Y4 Canada

Army Outfitters

Mark Meyer visits Army Outfitters to have some of his winnings appraised.
1695 Avenue Road Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Phone: 0.0

Hotels
Gladstone Hotel
This historic hotel, built in 1889, is surrounded by bars, restaurants and coffee shops. Each hotel room has its own theme, such as "Classic Victorian" and "Flight 316" (named after the flight that crashed in the popular ABC series Lost).
  • 1214 Queen Street West
  • Toronto, Ontario M6J 1J6 Canada

Gladstone Hotel

This historic hotel, built in 1889, is surrounded by bars, restaurants and coffee shops. Each hotel room has its own theme, such as "Classic Victorian" and "Flight 316" (named after the flight that crashed in the popular ABC series Lost).
1214 Queen Street West Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Phone: 0.0
The Drake Hotel
The Baggage Battles crew visited this boutique hotel not to stay but for its famed steak frites and lobster nachos.
  • 1150 Queen Street West
  • Toronto, Ontario M6J 1J3 Canada

The Drake Hotel

The Baggage Battles crew visited this boutique hotel not to stay but for its famed steak frites and lobster nachos.
1150 Queen Street West Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Phone: 0.0

Restaurants & Bars
The Beaver Cafe
Some members of the Baggage Battles crew found themselves at this cozy restaurant and bar, which features a live DJ, a nice list of draft beers and excellent bartender service.
  • 1192 Queen Street West
  • Toronto, Ontario M6J 1J6 Canada

The Beaver Cafe

Some members of the Baggage Battles crew found themselves at this cozy restaurant and bar, which features a live DJ, a nice list of draft beers and excellent bartender service.
1192 Queen Street West Toronto, Ontario, Canada
El Almacen
This South American-style cafe serves up amazing beef empanadas. The restaurant is also known for its alfajores (made with imported dulce de leche) and yerba mate, which is served in an authentic gourd.
  • 1078 Queen Street West
  • Toronto, Ontario M6J 1H8 Canada

El Almacen

This South American-style cafe serves up amazing beef empanadas. The restaurant is also known for its alfajores (made with imported dulce de leche) and yerba mate, which is served in an authentic gourd.
1078 Queen Street West Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Phone: 0.0

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