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First and foremost, we’ve got to eat. Luckily, the Yonge and Finch area’s local grocery stores offer a wide range of late-night, full-service, and specialty options.
Metro at Yonge and Church Avenue, a few blocks south of Finch, is the local megastore. Open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, it features a fish counter with live lobsters, Western Union service, a dry cleaner, free underground parking, carpet cleaner rentals, a pharmacy, hot food counters and event catering, and full-service butcher, bakery, and floral sections as well as a good vegetarian and vegan selection. While the prices reflect the costs of running a large grocery store without closing times, it’s a solid location for one-stop shopping.
It’s rivaled by the neighbourhood’s local Loblaws, one subway stop south at Empress Walk. Offerings include a wide selection of organic produce, full deli, bakery, seafood, and butcher counters, a cheese wall, coffee and hot food bars, an on-staff dietitian, dry cleaning, beauty products, Joe Fresh, and more. While it doesn’t have the all-night options—it’s open 7am to 11pm daily—it’s an equally strong hub for groceries and household goods.
If you’re looking to cook more international, Korean grocery H Mart at Yonge and Olive offers fish, fresh produce, kitchen supplies, and a wide selection of Korean imports and grocery staples as well as a hot bar, food to go, and catering. Open until 11pm every night, H Mart is one of the neighbourhood’s low-profile favourites.
North on Yonge, Super Khorak Supermarket is a source for Persian hot foods and groceries, including kebabs, stews, and fresh-made barbari and baklava as well as produce and imports. It’s open from 7am until midnight, and is known for its hot foods counter.
Once you’ve got the pantry stocked, it’s easy to fill up the bathroom cabinets: Options for drugstores are right at your fingertips. If you’re on team Rexall, the location in the North American Life Building is open weekdays from 7:30am to 6:30pm and offers flu shots, smoking cessation programs, and more. Down at the Yonge/Church Metro, the in-store pharmacy is open 9am to 9pm, with slightly shorter hours on weekends, and the Loblaws in-store pharmacy offers the same hours all week long, with free delivery between 1pm and 5pm on weekdays.
For that case of the late-night barfs, though, the Shoppers Drug Mart on the southwest side of Yonge and Finch is open 24 hours, 7 days a week, and rolls out basically everything you could ask for in a pharmacy: a beauty section, light groceries, passport photos, and the closest Canada Post location in the neighbourhood.
If you’re looking for more specialized postal services, the Canada Post north in Newtonbrook Plaza offers PO boxes, Revenue Canada forms, and money orders.
It’s also a short walk to your local bank branch: There’s a Scotiabank on the northeast corner of the intersection, a TD Canada Trust on the northwest corner (which can help in you 10 languages!), a Royal Bank on the southwest corner, a Bank of Montreal just south of the intersection at Yonge and Olive, and a CIBC six blocks south on Yonge, at Norton Avenue. There’s also a strong presence in the neighbourhood for more specialized banking options: The Korean Toronto Credit Union has a branch just west on Finch, DUCA Credit Union’s at Yonge and Ellerslie, and the Loblaws at Empress Walk has a full PC Financial outpost.
Finally, transit at Yonge and Finch is at the centre of the neighbourhood, with Finch Station not just connecting you to the TTC, but the attached York Region Transit terminal offering Viva Bus service into Markham and Newmarket, York Region transit buses through Vaughan, Thornhill, and Markham, and GO service to Oakville, Milton, Brampton, Keswick, and Oshawa. It’s slated to grow, too, with a Finch LRT line planned to be complete inside the next six years.