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  • Empire Espresso is a cosy little coffee shop with plenty of sweet treats right in the heart of Little Italy. This queer-owned business is dishing out customizable bean blends and in-house baked goods like gingersnaps, rosemary lemon shortbread cookies, blackberry and lavender biscuits, plus so much more. Empire Espresso has a bright and airy colourful

  • 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.

  • Fuel+ is a healthy food destination that specializes in juices, coffee but, most of all, smoothies. The smoothie menu boasts extensive 20 different flavour combinations, each packed with all the vitamins and nutrients needed for hours’ worth of productive energy. No smoothie has any gluten or added sweeteners and flavours and are served in jars

  • 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.

  • The first North American outpost of the Taiwanese bakery chain, Hazukido specializes in expertly-executed croissants. There are dozens of sweet and savoury flavours available, ranging from hazelnut chocolate to salted egg york and cod roe. High-quality ingredients and a meticulous, 72-hour baking process yield croissants with a light, honeycomb-shaped interior and slight exterior crispiness. An

  • Himalayan Java is a café straight out of Nepal — literally. Fashioned as the Asian nation’s first gourmet coffeehouse (think a more exotic, better, less ubiquitous version of Starbucks), it’s meant to promote socially responsible brews around the globe.

  • 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

  • Isle of Coffee is a bright and airy cafe serving specialty coffee and dessert in the Eglinton West neighbourhood of Toronto. With stone floors and plants hanging from the many shelves, this comforting and bright space is the perfect spot for an afternoon sip or a day spent catching up on emails. The menu here

  • La Bohème is a café and patisserie serving up the best in artisanal coffee and baked goods. With coffee made using the beans from Pilot Coffee and sweets from Jules Café Patisserie, La Bohème’s focus is to offer only the highest quality products. Along with a range of caffeine drinks and smoothies, La Bohème serves

  • Perfectly blistered pizza crust, fresh tomato sauce and gooey mozza flagged with fresh basil? For only $10, three days a week? Somehow the Junction triangle has been gifted the dreamiest bodega there ever was. It’s the work of a former Terroni kid, David Mattachioni, who has taken his knowledge and run with it. There’s also

  • Milky’s Coffee opened its doors on Dundas West in early February, and the stunning custom interior of this “design-forward” café is already drawing in mesmerized passersby. Nearly everything you see in Milky’s is the result of owner Fraser Greenberg’s collaboration with a Toronto-based artist, roaster, baker, or architect. “We really wanted to do something Canadian,”

  • Seeing a squirrel in Trinity Bellwoods Park is surely something to yawn at, but wouldn’t you be intrigued if you saw a white one? In the same way that there are many coffee shops along Queen Street West, the White Squirrel Coffee Shop is worth your time and attention. Firstly, all of the coffee and

  • After studying in France, pastry chef Gemma Steckel worked in some of the most popular restaurants in Europe and Toronto. Now, she’s serving up a modern twist on classic French desserts at XO Bisous. This charming café has a breakfast and lunch menu with salads and sandwiches made fresh daily with quality ingredients. Located in

  • XO Gelato wants you to give your mother a big kiss. Situated in the heart of the Davisville village, this dessert destination is a family-run community staple that hand makes its own gelato and sorbets. XO also offers up crepes and panini as the main meal that is often known to precede the dessert. To

  • Zaza Espresso Bar’s location at 132 Cumberland St. has become a staple of Yorkville Village. The original founders, Carmine and Nancy, uphold Zaza’s roots to south Italian tradition, family and the belief that making the perfect espresso is an art form unto its own. The food options available, mostly baked goods, gelato and panini, are

  • An authentic Jewish deli with respect for tradition, Zelden’s is taking pastrami tips from its families matriarch and former owner of Zely’s Deli. As one of the newcomers to the city’s midtown deli scene, Zelden’s is not looking to step on any toes. It want to share its bubby’s spicy and delicious pastrami recipe with