Bloor West Village is a vibrant neighbourhood and shopping district in Toronto. Situated along Bloor Street just east of the Humber River, it is comprised of many small businesses along Bloor Street between Jane Street and Ellis Park Road. There are over 400 shops, restaurants and services, mostly home-grown businesses and very few chain stores. The mix of shops includes specialty clothing stores, book shops, restaurants and cafes. The businesses organized in 1970 into the first mandatory business improvement district, an idea that has spread to numerous other commercial streets in Toronto and to cities around the world.

Bloor West Village is located between two neighbourhoods. To the north is Runnymede, a former streetcar suburb and to the south is Swansea, a former village dating to the 19th century. Bloor West Village is also considered the name of the immediate vicinity of Bloor Street.