From the mouth-watering cuisine at over 1,200 restaurants showcasing over 100 countries, to the wonderful festivals and unlimited places to shop, Mississauga, Canada’s sixth largest city, is sure to impress no matter what time of year it is.

Noble Bistro
Noble Bistro offers a Chef-inspired menu, which focuses on local, sustainable and seasonal products. To complement their menu is an extensive Wine list. Noble Bistro also offers one of the largest Scotch selections in Mississauga.

Door FiftyFive
This Port Credit bar focuses on elevating cocktails and beers. Using reclaimed wood, old whiskey barrels and 100-year-old part bins, they tip their hat to 1919 and the dark years of prohibition.

Daddy O Doughnuts
Fresh, delicious, and piping hot from the oven, Daddy O Doughnuts will make you forget every other doughnut you’ve ever had. Be sure to try the Maple Bacon or the Homer Simpson (a house favourite).

Square One
Square One is Canada’s foremost fashion, lifestyle, and entertainment destination. Recognized for its vast selection and dedication to elevated guest services, Square One continues to be the place to shop in Mississauga.

A rustic shoppe for gentlemen, tastemakers and those who love them. Find classic, full service barbering, fine accessories, cigars and unique treasures.

Heartland Town Centre
If you’re looking for name brands and great prices, Heartland Town Centre is the place to go. With 180 stores occupying 2,200,000 square feet, chances are you’ll find everything you’re looking for… and more!

The Riverwood Conservancy
Located in central Mississauga and nestled along the banks of the historic Credit River, Riverwood is where history, nature, beauty and peace blend together to create an enjoyable and lasting outdoor experience.

Southside Shuffle
This family friendly event is the ultimate rhythm and blues festival. Bringing in around 75,000 people from all over Ontario and beyond, the four stages give you a chance to experience some of the best blues groups and artists around.

Carassauga Festival
As the largest multicultural festival in Ontario, Carassauga has become an important annual 3-day event in Mississauga’s calendar. With the main goal of providing community groups of different cultures, an opportunity to promote public awareness, it helps people learn and appreciate different heritages.