I could ramble on about all the great (and not-so-great) neighbourhoods in Toronto for hours on end. But if you're looking for a brief description to get the general feel of the area, here's what the some redditors had to say about our beloved city:\n1. High Park: It smells like sh*t in the summer.\n2. North York: I hope you like Korean food.\n3. Scarborough area: Not as bad as everyone thinks.\n4. Danforth: East Toronto is the best Toronto.\n5. Jane & Finch: Male, 6ft, brown eyes, bomber jacket.\n6. The Annex: Hipster Heaven. Oh, and Honest Ed's.\n7. Woodbridge: Jersey Shore without the Shore line.\n8. Liberty Village: Enjoy your shoebox; you've earned it!\n9. Bloor West Village: Everyone has a dog. Everyone jogs.\n10. The Junction: The stores close whenever they want.\n11. South Riverdale: Parks and a gradually gentrifying Chinatown.\n12. North Riverdale: We shop at the Carrot Common.\n13. Cabbagetown: Double income, no kids, nice house.\n14. Leslieville: More hipsters than the Beaches itself.\n15. Moss Park: A preschool beside the strip club?\n16. Bloordale Village: not just Portuguese sports bars anymore.\n17. Old East York: We have a ravine. Only that.\n18. Upper Forest Hill: We finally just got a pub.\n19. St. Lawrence: Market (duh), Condos, tourists, and bars.\n20. Kensington Market: Has friendly hippies and angry drunks.\n21. University Heights: Making eye contact is a no-no.\n22. Glen Park: Just Italian and Portuguese people galore.\n23. Roncesvalles Village: No more construction! Oh, wait...\n24. Harbourfront: Unbeatable in summer, but f*ck winter.