Popular Canadian alternative pop band Valley takes pride in how their hometown, Toronto, has shaped their career and identity as a tight four-piece group.

Lady Marmalade

Brunch restaurant
265 Broadview Ave, Toronto, ON M4M 2G8, Canada
Lady Marmalade

"Lady Marmalade for breakfast. That's my favorite breakfast place in the city. It's an Eastern thing, so you have to take the streetcar. It's a good vibe" — Rob Laska

Valley

Bad Attitude

Bakery
816 Dundas St W, Toronto, ON M6J 1V3, Canada
Bad Attitude

"Dundas Street West is probably my favorite street in Toronto. My favorite thing is going to this place called Bad Attitude. It's new and the best vegan bake shop ever" — Karah James

Valley

Sneaky Dee's

Tex-mex restaurant
431 College St, Toronto, ON M5T 1T1, Canada
Sneaky Dee's

"Hit a show at Sneaky Dee's Or even just end the night there with some drinks and friends. It's a pretty cool place" — Alex Dimauro

Valley

Exhibition Place, Liberty Village

Event venue
100 Princes' Blvd, Toronto, ON M6K 3C3, Canada
Exhibition Place, Liberty Village

"I live in an area called Liberty Village. I live near Exhibition Place, where there are a lot of shows and just a beautiful walkway for water and stuff. It's a great area to visit and kind of see more of the skyline and Lake Ontario."  

Valley

PAI

Thai restaurant
18 Duncan St, Toronto, ON M5H 3G8, Canada
PAI

"Mickey Brandolino's shout-out of Toronto is a place called PAI. Everyone should check it out. It's his favorite place to eat."

Valley

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