Once, even the New York Yankees visited Yorkdale specifically to this store.The Yorkdale location does well enough, look forward to this one.
I too don't shop at this brand as well and I have no problem with its existence.I personally don't shop at this brand, but I don't have an issue with it either. The Eaton Centre will always be a tourist attraction regardless.
Christmas not included. That's the only day it is closed.The Eaton Centre is officially a tourist attraction (and is Toronto's busiest tourist attraction and the busiest shopping mall in North America, busier than West Edmonton Mall or the Mall of America), which means that it's among the very few shopping malls open during statutory holidays (Christmas included).
I spoke with a worker there, they weren't sure when Haight & Ashbury would return. They seem to reopen a popup every 6 months for 6 months or so.m0851 has closed. Frank & Oak will be relocating into that space, next to the Queen Street entrance. Hopefully they will expand the store to include the Men's collection.
Haight & Ashbury is moving to a different location, TBA.
Stores are closed, yes, but the doors are still open on Christmas Day. That's one of the city clauses Fairview/Eaton's had to agree to as two through streets were closed west of Yonge to make way for the mall.Christmas not included. That's the only day it is closed.