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  • Blackbird Baking Co. is the resident bakery in Kensington known for its delectable bread and artisanal baked goods. For generations Blackbird has been using quality ingredients to create some of the best bread in the city and has made quite a name for itself among Torontonians. When it opened in 2011, Simon Blackwell drew inspiration

  • Be a vegan and eat your donut too! Bloomers is just one place where vegans can get their sugar fix, worry-free. The homey bake shop and cafe offers up soups, salads and sandwiches alongside its assortment of baked goods such as bagels, cookies, and muffins. Cakes are available in 6, 8 and 10-inch sizes and

  • Dundas West is dotted with oodles of eateries, many of which heavy-handedly populate the blogosphere. Others, like the creatively named Brazil Bakery and Pastry, are overlooked, perhaps for lacking the neighbourhood’s hipster trappings. Sitting on the corner of Dundas and Sheridan, this bakery is an unpretentious place to grab a quick bite. Housed in a

  • Located right by the Distillery District’s front gates, the Brick Street Bakery has been wooing Torontonians since 2001. Known for its selection of baked treats, the homey space is filled with the scent of just-out-of-the-oven bread, which includes picks such as warm croissants and basil and parsley loaves. Although there are now four locations around

  • Sarah Griffiths and Ken Galbraith had been looking for an ideal location to plunk down their Bud’s Coffee Bar project for a couple years when the Leslieville couple decided upon an up-and-coming strip of The Beach neighbourhood along Queen Street East. Just opened last week, the coffeehouse is the first in the area with a distinctly indie vibe.

  • With pink walls, chalkboard paint, and a colourful garland made from shredded paper, Bunner’s Bake Shop fits right into the bright and lively Kensington Market neighbourhood. The fact that their menu is entirely vegan and gluten-free certainly helps, too. Every single sweet treat that enters their ovens is completely plant-based and made with ingredients that

  • Queen West is chock full of great cafés, and Cafe 23 stands out amongst the crowd. This little coffee shop located just east of Trinity Bellwoods Park is making great coffee and playing some great tunes. Supporting local bands and making sure coffee house music isn’t limited to soft rock and jazz, the café hopes

  • Inspired by the café scenes in London and Paris, Café Plenty is a slice of Europe in the heart of Toronto. Owner Melissa Patterson’s charming spot aims to satiate lunchgoers’ craving for good, honest food, tempting the hungered with freshly made salads, tartes, galettes and sandwiches.

  • The coffee at Cherry Bomb is da bomb. Okay, lame puns aside, this coffee shop has coffee and baked goods done properly. Cherry Bomb is all about community! Inside, this Roncey shop is uniquely decorated with a bike from Mariposa and artwork from local artist Christopher Hutsul hanging on the walls. Outside, a bright red

  • With four successful restaurants under their belts, owners Matthew Rosenblatt and John Berman (El Catrin, The Boiler House, Pure Spirits, and Archeo) decided to open a fifth, the newest addition to the Distillery District, Cluny Bistro and Boulangerie.

  • 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

  • Amanda Mizen’s website is, quite frankly, food porn for fans of baked goods. And, after selling those baked goods online for about a year, she opened up Desmond and Beatrice Bakeshop and Cupcakery in Leslieville, expanding on her wholesale line.

  • Dineen Coffee Co. sits pretty at the corner of Yonge and Temperance. On the street level of the Dineen building, which was once the famous W. and F. Dineen Co., this coffee shop takes us far from the era of thousand dollar T-shirts and back to a time where regal luxury reigned supreme. Marble covered

  • These days, Torontonians seem to be paying attention to Denmark’s most recognizable sandwich, the smørrebrød. Bloordale’s Karelia Kitchen is the main player, and earlier this summer Cava did a Denmark-inspired pop-up that showcased the open-faced sandwich. Meanwhile, Fika — a recent, more permanent addition to Kensington’s culinary scene — keeps things classic with its take on the ’wich ($7.50).

  • The first GTA outpost of the beloved Ottawa bagel brand, Kettleman’s Bagel Co. is known for its Montreal-style bagels, which are made fresh daily. The bagels are hand-rolled, boiled in honey water to seal in moisture, and baked in a wood-burning oven. This traditional preparation technique gives the bagels their signature soft centre and slightly

  • Dawn Chapman grew up eating the best the countryside had to offer. Her grandparents owned a farm in Midhurst, Ont., so for her, eating fresh, local, organic food was not something she talked about, it was simply a way of life. Now that she’s living in the city, she's planning a café that aims to show people that “the countryside is closer than you think.”

  • King West’s Louie Craft Coffee is one of the city’s chic and all-sustainable coffee shops. Louie Craft Coffee uses beans from award-winning coffee roasters Social, who provide some of the best beans in the city to many of your favourite coffee houses. Besides getting its beans from a local roaster, this coffee shop is one

  • Mabel’s Bakery specializes in baked goods, prepared foods, ready meals and artisan breads and cheeses. They use high-quality ingredients, choosing local or organic options whenever possible, shunning preservatives or artificial flavouring. They have four locations to serve you, at Roncesvalles, St. Clair West, The Junction and Queen Street West.    

  • With four locations of Mabel’s Bakery & Specialty Foods across the city, Toronto has no shortage of sweet bakeshops to help you spend the weekends the proper way—surrounded by a pile of sweets. Each location has become a favourite due to Mabel’s use of local and organic ingredients. All meals, salads, and snacks served here

  • Born in Alsace, France, Chef Marc Thuet began his career working in Michelin-star restaurants across Europe before becoming one of Toronto’s greatest. Now the renowned chef operates Petite Thuet, a rustic bakery inspired by the patisseries of Paris. Through the two locations in Rosedale and Leslieville, Petite Thuet serves hand-baked treats, jams, prepared meals and