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  • Juice & Java café is just as much about its crepes and made-to-order sandwiches as it is about its coffee and smoothies. As one of the Beach’s most popular spots for fresh and healthy eats, along with good vibes and an always positive atmosphere, you can’t go wrong at Juice & Java. The menu has

  • This artisanal cheese boutique has its roots planted back in Singapore. Kiss My Pans is all about tasting good and looking good, with a unique selection of delights aesthetically placed on various cheese boards. In addition to unique and exotic cheeses, the Little Italy boutique sells butter-roasted coffee from Singapore, freshly baked breads, and delicious

  • Just to the side of the central exhibition space at Northern Contemporary, a gallery that specializes in local illustration artists, Koffee Kween rests on a throne of meme-inspired coffee culture. Offering the usual gamut of coffee beverages like flat whites, cappuccinos and lattes, they also make the trendier matcha and chai tea lattes. Of course,

  • 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

  • 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

  • This rad little coffee shop is one of the most standout spots on Queen Street West. Major Treat, the coffee shop/barber, is bold and unapologetic about its attitude and its coffee. The exterior of the nostalgic barber shop/café is painted fire truck red and bears a colourful barber pole that hangs near the gold decals

  • If you ever find yourself at the Donlands TTC subway stop, you’re in luck: Marvel Coffee Co. is right next door. The coffee shop is certainly better than the average. Firstly, Marvel Coffee Co.’s got a Kees van der Westen Mirage espresso machine, so you know the coffee you’re getting has been really freshly roasted.

  • Midtown has a new restaurant dishing up “soul food”. No, not the jerk chicken or stewed oxtail variety but “whole food for the soul.” A lawyer and sometime food blogger Sarah Huggins and her partner are behind the new Mary Be, located at Yonge and St. Clair.

  • 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,”

  • Pilot Coffee Roasters have soared into popularity across Toronto, proudly boasting 11 locations scattered throughout the city and the Greater Toronto Area (GTA). They have captivated the hearts of local coffee enthusiasts with their splendid cups of coffee, adorned with artistically gorgeous designs. Additionally, their bean subscription service is super popular in the city.  Since

  • As night turns to morning, the Ritz Bar will shift from a bar to a café. Appropriately named Ritz Bar Café, the new coffee shop is intended to make the most out of the lobby-adjacent lounge spot that caters to the hotels' suit-and-tie crowd.

  • Rooster Coffee House built its shop from the ground up with the help of its community and now it wants its customers to come in and feel at home. Once Park Hill Place General Store, this Broadview staple is the perfect place to come together and share a warm brew amongst friends. The café is

  • There was something a bit incongruous about seeing a team of tattooed, pierced, plaid-clad hipster-types serving coffee to a sea of suits in the PATH today, but the scene had something else going for it: it was endearing. The Financial District workers who lined up at the new Sam James Coffee Bar were clearly familiar with the brand, and were clearly ravenous for some non-run-of-the-mill coffee.

  • Toronto’s very own board game café, Snakes & Lattes, is the place to go and hole up with a vintage game, a silky latte and a couple of pals. With three locations in the city, this board game café just keeps growing. Along with the city’s largest collection of games to play, the once café

  • Solkatt Cafe, now rocking the former Baddies Coffee spot near Lansdowne station, is your go-to for weekday sandwich vibes, weekend brunch feasts (check out their Instagram), and daily caffeine hits. Dive into inventive bennies, fresh avo toast, and killer omelettes. Don’t miss out on the sweet stuff – fluffy pancakes and signature French toast that’s

  • Rich brown butter and sugar coddled in a flaky crust and all wrapped up with raisins or maybe some pecans sounds like the Canadian Dream, but at Tartistry it’s reality. The butter tart beacon in Etobicoke is making all kinds of flavoured tarts at this little café off Kipling. Owner and baker extraordinaire, Michele Roberts

  • Parked on the corner of Dundas West and Gladstone sits Unlovable’s sister café and bar, Loveless. The Loveless Cafe & Bar is a meeting ground for the hippest of Dundas West residents, and it shows. The interior is decorated with cosy velour couches reminiscent of a ’70s professor’s office and a couple tables that could

  • North York’s favourite neighbourhood doughnut shop, the Rolling Pin, has perfected the art of holed desserts, from your classic yeasty confectionary to extremely Instagrammable innovations like their Nutella-Reeses Cocoa Puff and Fluffernutter doughnuts, and whatever else their talented pastry chefs are making that day. With a rotating selection of blinged-out doughnuts, you’re always in for

  • Toronto’s caffeinated set were given a jolt of a different variety in August when they heard a Slayer — the “coolest espresso machine on the planet” — would soon be taking up permanent residence in Toronto. THOR Espresso Bar (35 Bathurst St. at Niagara) opens its doors officially this Wednesday, Nov. 17, but on Friday