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  • Baker and Scone is wholly dedicated to the numerous ways in which the scone can become a beacon of sweet, tender goodness or savoury, rich nourishment. The scone menu boasts nearly 50 flavours, including exciting options like orange, cardamon and date and pear hazelnut. There is also a small café menu that includes a few pre-made salads, seasonal soups and savoury tartines.

  • You know them, you love them, so you're not surprised to know that Balzac's has a 14th location with Balzac's Powerhouse. Posting up shop in the Canada Foundry Company Powerhouse Building, this Balzac's spot boasts remarkably high ceilings and charming exposed brick that work together, along with the friendly staff, to create a warm and welcoming ambience for guests.

  • With a name that rolls off the tongue, tea and treats (and tobacoo-free hookah) and an assortment of board games, Czech-inspired lounge Bampot Bohemian House of Tea and Board Games is drawing quite the crowd. Eastern European textiles and colourful boho threads hang from every inch of this decorative tea room. The staff here are

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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.

  • 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

  • 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.

  • 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

  • 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

  • This coffee shop/bakery has been playing retro tunes and baking some of the city’s best oatmeal cookies for over 16 years. Ella’s Uncle oozes cool. When you walk into the vibrant café, the lime green walls and black and white tiles entrance you and make you feel as if you’ve stepped back in time. Wafts

  • With seven years in the coffee business under his belt and having placed second overall in the Canadian Eastern Regional Barista Championships last year, Sameer Mohamed has got coffee boiled down to a science. And as every good scientist knows, the proof is in the numbers. A major variable in brewing, according to Mohamed, is temperature – hence the name of his new cafe, Fahrenheit Coffee, opened earlier this week on The Esplanade.

  • Full Stop Cafe is a Junction favourite for many reasons. First, a massive back patio that has room for everyone, their friends and their friends’ mothers. Inside, there’s room for even more. But at Full Stop, they won’t mind if you come in on your commute to fuel up some more before you keep going.

  • 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.

  • Once you check in, you’ll never want to check out. Hotel Gelato has been Forest Hill’s go-to destination for rich and delicious gelato for more than 10 years. Decorated to look like a boutique hotel in Europe, a trip to this gelato destination feels like being transported to another place and time. Regulars that come