Located in what has come to be known as Mirvish Village, this Toronto landmark is loved as much for its bargain prices as for ... More
Located in what has come to be known as Mirvish Village, this Toronto landmark is loved as much for its bargain prices as for its colorful owner, 'Honest' Ed Mirvish. The store is covered with folksy sayings, like, “Welcome, don't faint at our low prices,” “There's no place to lie down” and “The nicest people in the world pass through our doors: our customers.” Honest Ed's offers a wide selection of products, including household items and clothing. Go at night for the spectacularly garish storefront lighting display.
Yes, it basically IS an oversized dollar store. That's the point. Basic items -- everything you can think of and more -- at rock-bottom prices. Plus more quirky character and personalty than any bargain store you've ever seen. Worth getting lost in. I always find some hidden treasure when I visit Honest Ed's.
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