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Mississauga is a city southwesten Ontario, Canada. It is Toronto's largest suburb and Canada's sixth largest city.
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Points of Interest in Mississauga
- Port Credit. An older, historic village at the centre of Mississauga's Lake Ontario shore features many intimate small restaurants, cafes and bars. Annual events include the Waterfront Festival and Jazz/Bluefest. Nice Marina and walking paths at the Credit River entrance and along the lakeshore.
- Streetsville. This small village is where the renowned mayor of Mississauga, Hazel McCallion, resides. It has many shops, restaurants, and green areas to explore.
Visit in June to enjoy the Bread and Honey Festival or in winter months for Remembrance Day services and the Santa Claus Parade.
- Art Gallery of Mississauga (AGM), 300 City Centre Drive (Mississauga Civic Centre, Ground Floor; visit website for more info), ☎ +1 905-896-5088. Monday-Wednesday, Friday 10am-5pm; Thursday 10am-8pm; Weekends 12pm-4pm. The AGM has over 3000 square feet divided into four gallery spaces, and programmes approximately 10 exhibitions a year of national and international contemporary art. Free.
- Parks. Mississauga has over 350 parks of various sizes. Many small parkettes with trees and park benches form green spaces in busy neighbourhoods. Other large sports parks feature baseball diamonds, tennis courts, soccer and football fields. There is also an authentic Japanese park right in the City Centre as well as 9 picnic parks, many of them offering barbeque facilities.
- Playdium A large video arcade that also has wall climbing and go-karting. Some nights you are able to pay a flat fee for three hours of arcade gaming.
- Golf. Mississauga features two primary golf courses: The BraeBen Golf Course  and The Lakeview Golf Course . The Lakeview features an 18-Hole course, while The BraeBen features a 9 and 18-hole championship course.
- Hershey Centre. A sports and entertainment facility which has staged numerous high profile events including regional, provincial, national and world hockey championships, Skate Canada, and concerts.
- Fishing. The Credit River is a jewel set in the heart of southern Ontario, Canada. The Credit boasts huge runs of Chinook salmon and steelhead as well as some coho, pink and Atlantic salmon.
- Scooter's Roller Palace. Just south of the Clarkson GO station, this is a popular option for families and teenagers. Skate rentals available.
- Axia Restaurant and Bar, 5045 Plantation Place (Along Eglinton Ave W near Erin Mills), ☎ +1 905-6082942. In the community of Erin Mills. A nicely designed ambient place with fully authentic Asian food being produced from separate kitchens. Specializes in Chinese, Japanese, Thai and Korean cuisine. Mains $15-20, appetizers $5-10. Fully liquor licensed with unique flavoured Korean soju and alcoholic bubble tea. A must for any Asian food lover and enough variety to last countless visits.
- Nirvana, 35 Brunel Road (in the north end of Mississauga close to Brampton), ☎ +1905 5015500. the Flavors of India. Slightly upscale Indian restaurant . It is a friendly place with great food. Mains CND 13.
- Moxie's Classic Grill. Locations in Meadowvale and Square One.
- Richtree Market Restaurant. Located in Square One, this market-style restaurant allows you to see your food being freshly made throughout the day. Offers a nice ambiance in the middle of an otherwise hectic area.
- The Apricot Tree Café (Apricot Tree), 1900 Dundas St. W., Mississauga, ON (The Apricot Tree is on Dundas St. between the Erin Mills Pkwy and Mississauga Rd.), ☎ +1 905 855-1470. Monday 10am-9pm, Tuesday-Friday 10am-10pm, Saturday 9am-10pm, closed Sunday. Serving breakfast, lunch, dinner, with a wide range of excellent pastries and cakes for dessert. Features an open kitchen design which allows guests to watch their order being prepared. Breakfast average $8; lunch mains average $11; dinner mains average $17.
- West 50, 50 Burnhamthorpe Rd. W. (The Sussex Centre), ☎ +1 9059499378, e-mail: email@example.com. Mo-Th: 11am-1am,Fr: 11am-2am, sa:4pm-2am, Su:5pm-2am. Excellent steaks, salads and desserts. Stylish interior with a huge stainless steel bar on the inside and two rings of tables at different levels around it. They have more than 100 beers from around Canada and the rest of the world on tap, try a 6-beer sampler menu if cannot decide $20 for mains.
- Master Steaks, 5895 Dixie Road (three lights north of the 401), ☎ +1 905 670-3313. open late. This is about the cheapest place in Mississauga where you can get a steak dinner for less than $20. Portions are very generous for the price. Atmosphere is somewhat reminiscent of a 70's fast food eatery where you place your order at the till and wait until your number is called. Very popular with the after-hours bar crowd. Look out for specials under $15. Licensed. Take out available. $7-$25.
- West 50 in the restaurant section for a selection of more than 100 beers on tab.
- Square One. Ontario's largest mall.
- Erin Mills Town Centre
- Heartland Town Centre, a shopping complex located in the eastern part of the city mostly consisting of "big box" stores.
- Old Credit Brewery, 6 Queen Street West, ☎ +1 905-2719888. Open 10-19, Excellent small brewery that sells an ale and a pilsner.
- Dixie Outlet Mall
- Streetsville. Small shops along Queen Street including accessories for home and garden and vintage clothing.
- Lindt Warehouse Outlet Boutique, 7090 Kennedy Road, ☎ +1 905 696 8143. Mo-Fr: 9:30am-7 pm, Sa: 9:30am-6pm, Su:11am-5pm. Great selection of chocolate at a discount.
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