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  • Avoca Chocolates is East York's premier spot for specialty chocolates. Handmade treats transcend the quality of a store-bought chocolate plus in-house ice cream and a hot chocolate that tastes like it was poured directly from a chocolate fountain, Avoca knows how to make all our chocolatey dreams come true.

  • Bomou Artisanal Bakery had its grand opening on March 17, but then sisters and co-owners Azar and Negar Sabzevari had to close up shop, as COVID-19 quarantined Toronto. Despite the rocky start and what was an undoubtedly long list of compromises, the bakery was able to re-open a few months later. Bomou’s signature products include

  • All the fun of chocolate meets all the responsibility of kosher laws with Chocolate Charm. On the Bathurst strip of Lawrence Manor, Chocolate Charm is churning out the chocolate goodies for every holiday, occasion or simply just because. Every truffle and treat is made from high-quality Belgian dark or Swiss milk chocolate and blended with

  • With a motto like “We’ll dip anything in chocolate,” it’s hard not to love Chocolateria. Once a corporate lawyer, Tim English decided to leave his suits and statutes behind and take a sweeter career path. He opened Chocolateria on Roncesvalles in 2010 and became famous for his chocolate-covered potato chips. As the perfect combination of

  • Only the freshest goods are on offer at Richmond Hill’s Crust Baking Co. and because only local, in-season ingredients are used, the menu changes nearly daily, with sweet and savoury concoctions alike crafted in small batches served for a few days at a time. Fruit and herb-infused buns, focaccias, and cupcakes along with Challah which

  • Offering an origin-based approach to coffee, De Mello Palheta is one of Toronto’s favourite coffee shops plus roastery. The industrial chic space in midtown welcomes guests in with a colourful mural on the exterior and is adorned with a cluster of umbrellas inside, on the ceiling. There is no bad luck here, though, as the

  • Delight is the Junction neighbourhood’s source for certified organic, handmade, fair trade chocolate and ice cream. The shop is run by the husband and wife duo Jennifer Rashleigh and Jeff Brown and has been a mainstay in Toronto for more than a decade. Every single piece of chocolate in the shop is handmade and hand-decorated

  • Il y a un world to discover at Douce France, the French café and small grocery destination on the Danforth. Be greeted in either language by the bilingual staff and peruse the curated selection of imported goods while the likes of Edith Piaf or Charles Aznavour plays in the back. Those who seek the absolute

  • Duo patisserie is a chic Markham bakery that specializes in viennoiseries, cakes and chocolates. It is a French-inspired cafe with a Japanese flare. The must-try item here is the croissant which comes in the traditional form, as well as pain au chocolat, almond, chocolate almond, roast beef, ham and cheese, salami and cheese, and a

  • Fleur du Jour is an artisanal patisserie serving up classic and inventive takes on icons of French baked goods. The space is minimalist yet affable, making for a perfect midday break to eat a pastry and sip on some tea or coffee. Everything is made from hand, fresh every day, ensuring a high standard of

  • Since 2005, Funnel Cake Express has been touring Ontario to serve up the sweetest treats at carnivals, parades, and concerts. On the menu are the three signature funnel cakes: the steam engine (a classic with cinnamon and icing sugar), the locomotive (topped with strawberries), and the bullet (topped with strawberries and loaded with vanilla soft

  • The Harbord Bakery has been a Harbord and Spadina stalwart since 1945. The landmark bakery was opened by Goldie and Albert Kosower in the mid-1940s and was established as the Harbord Bakery and Calandria in 1955. This old-fashioned Jewish bakery brought traditional baked goods, bread and artisanal food products to Toronto before artisanal was a

  • Saturday afternoons are meant for brunch at The County General, then a stroll through Trinity Bellwoods Park ­­­­ — or at least past it to pick up some goodies, whether it’s a coffee stop at White Squirrel, a croissant stop (if you’re lucky) at Clafouti or over to Nadège Patisserie for fine French pastries and a colourful display of macarons fitting for the hues of fall.

  • In 2009, Nadège Nourian, a fourth-generation pastry chef from France, boldly set up an eponymous bakery and café in the immediate vicinity of Dufflet and Clafouti on Queen West. Now thriving with four locations and an ice cream shop, Nadège is really taking over the city’s pastry scene. The focus here is less on sit-down

  • This welcoming European-style bakery and café is the real deal, helmed by French master pastry chef Thierry Schmit. Originally from Alsace – the bakery is named after the stork (la cigogne), a symbol of this French region – Schmit moved to Toronto in the 1990s and has taught French baking and pastry at George Brown

  • Rahier Patisserie has been a mainstay in the Leaside neighbourhood since it first opened its doors in 1996. Now more than two decades later, residents in South Bayview continue to flock to the bakery for its intimate atmosphere and delicious baked goods. The menu is filled with items like fresh baked bread on weekends, daily

  • This Corktown bakery was started by power couple, Bruce Lee and Stephanie Duong. While both working at Michelin-starred restaurants in Paris, the couple decided to take their love of pastry and decadent food back to Toronto. The menu at Roselle is based in French patiserrie, but is also influenced by many of the city’s local

  • As a sixth generation konditor, or specialty pastry chef and chocolatier, chef Daniel Stubbe is never messing around when it comes to the art of chocolate and pastry. Growing up in Germany, he was constantly surrounded by treats and chocolates. He attended culinary school and apprenticed under many konditorei before moving to Canada and opening

  • The Grand Order of Divine Sweets, or The GOoDS, is a geek-centric bakery on Queen West. This spot does a ton of different desserts, but when it comes to themed-cakes, theirs may be some of the best in the city. Their Baby Yoda cake made a splash on Instagram and now The GOoDS is one

  • Driven by their success on Mount Pleasant, the Thobor family have opened a second location of their eponymous bakery, this time, on Eglinton West near Allen Road.