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  • almond butterfly

    Being liberated from gluten has never been so sweet. Having opened in 2011, Almond Butterfly is a petite bakery and bistro that has always been completely gluten-free.

  • Since 1979, Bagel Plus has been serving all Torontonians classic Jewish comfort food from its location at Bathurst and Sheppard. They will always have you covered for when that bagel and schmear craving hits, but the menu also includes options such as eggplant Parmesan and fish and chips, branching outside the shtetl world of blintzes, pickled herring and rugelach.

  • Bobbette & Belle is a female-founded-and-owned, upscale bakery that began with a fateful macaron. After Allyson Bobbitt and Sarah Bell had won a national award for wedding cake design and worked as the pastry chef at Canoe, respectively, they collaborated on a magazine shoot (featuring macarons) and knew they could make their love and skills,

  • At artisanal pastry shop Bobbette and Belle, Allyson Bobbitt and Sarah Bell create an array of wedding cakes, cupcakes and pastries. The wedding cakes are designed to be chic and elegant, whereas the macarons, cupcakes, cookies and other confections can be enjoyed with a coffee at a table or can be bought packaged for use

  • 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

  • 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

  • Cactus Club Café is all set to open its second location in the GTA at Etobicoke’s Sherway Gardens shopping centre this week. The new outpost will be unveiled on Oct. 24, after an intimate first-look tasting event held for local food media. On hand to mingle with the crowd at the event was Richard Jaffray,

  • Cactus Club Cafe Toronto opened its doors just over a week ago at First Canadian Place on Adelaide. Helmed by Vancouver Chef Rob Feenie of Iron Chef fame, this is the 28th location for the upscale chain, but the first east of Saskatoon.

  • Chances are, those who have been to Israel (birthright, anyone?) are familiar with Cafe Landwer. The popular Israeli café, which got its start back in 1919, finally opened its very first Canadian outpost in Vaughan earlier this year.

  • Carole’s Cheesecake delivers on the promise of its name, offering over a dozen types of the delicious dessert which range from classic with fruit toppings to speciality varieties like Reese’s Peanut Butter. Founded in 1972, Carole’s also claims to have been the first bakery to introduce carrot cake to Toronto and they still make a

  • Taste a mother’s love in every bite of a treat from Charmaine Sweets. Owner Teresa Ho and her daughter are baking cookies, cakes and other sweet pastries from their Leaside locale. Trained in the classic French techniques of pastry baking, Ho not only shares her love and expertise of all baked goods through her menu

  • This old-school North York bakery is known for its European-style baked goods and desserts. Chocolada makes over sixty different kinds of cakes, including classically decorated wedding and special occasion confections. The bakery also offers a variety of baked goods and savoury pastries, such as éclairs, tarts, mousses and quiches. It’s mainly a takeout operation, but

  • This Yorkville bakery has been turning out some of the city’s most luxurious and over-the-top wedding cakes since 2005. At Dessert Lady, you can feel the whimsical energy when you walk through the front door. The Wow 3D cakes that sit in the display case are a spectacle, and the rest of the glass casing

  • North York bakery Electric Love Bakeshop specializes in delicious baked goods made with kosher ingredients. Helmed by owner and pastry chef Jesse Lash, a graduate of George Brown College’s Baking and Pastry Arts Management program, the bakery offers a variety of rustic cakes, pies and cookies. Cake and cupcake flavours range from traditional to playful

  • Fran’s has been a Toronto landmark since the first location opened in the 1940s. The vintage diner is a tribute to simpler times. The interior hasn’t changed much since Francis Deck opened Fran’s 70 years ago. The Yonge and College iteration opened in 1950, only 10 years after the flagship and since then has gotten

  • Sitting pretty amidst the hustle and bustle of Chinatown East, Gerrard St. Bakery is a welcome reprieve from the street-side chaos. Owner Andrea Mut offers up a selection of fresh baked treats, sandwiches and coffee for the person dashing around town.

  • Since 1888, this Kosher bakery has been one of the most popular bakeries among Toronto’s Jewish community. Whether you are looking for sandwiches, loaves of bread, pastries or catering platters, Grodzinski’s has got you covered. The bakery has two brick and mortar locations in the GTA. Their second outpost is in Thornhill on Centre Street.

  • Hansen’s Danish Pastry Shop has been an East York staple since 1963. Torontonians have enjoyed Danish pastry recipes that have been in the Hansen family for generations. The founding baker learned how to make the shop’s recipes from his father back in Denmark before moving to Toronto. Here, patrons can enjoy usual bakery favourites like

  • 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

  • Ahley Wittig, co-founder of Bunner’s, Toronto’s first vegan and gluten-free bakery, now bakes out of Honey’s Ice Cream. The shop, named after her beloved puppy, serves dairy-free, plant-based ice cream. The mixings, fillings, and toppings on all the ice cream are all created in-house with allergies in mind. Honey’s sells ice cream in pints or