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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.

  • dufflet downtown

    Opened in 1982, Dufflet Downtown is a well-loved bakery known for its hand-made cakes and desserts. They’re a popular choice for wedding cakes as well as cakelets, their signature style of small rectangular cake. This landmark bakery also offers a variety of cookies, tarts, pies, and other sweet treats of all sizes, from individual brownies

  • Electric Love Bakeshop

    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

  • Life is sweet and Flaky Tart is here to make sure you enjoy it. At this bakeshop, Chef Lisa Biemans creates delicious and artistic desert perfect for any occasion or celebration. These delicious treats are made from scratch using fresh ingredients and extravagant toppings. From tarts to cookies, to cakes, to pies, Flaky Tart has

  • Frans-breakfast

    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

  • Andre's Gerrard Street Bakery

    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.

  • Grodzinski's

    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

    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

  • harbord-bakery

    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

  • Honey's Ice Cream

    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

  • Scaramouche

    Showstopping skyline views accompany the newly merged dining space (the two rooms including the main dining area and the former pasta bar are now one streamlined whole), nestled in a unique location: the top floors of a condo complex. For its entire 30-year tenure, the restaurant has been loved by Torontonians and is considered by