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  • Sweetie Pie opened their first location on Harbord St. right in the middle of the pandemic in July of 2020. It turns out lockdowns inspired a wicked sweet tooth for many; the bakery quickly expanded into another location on Queen West, a new opening in Unionville and other openings in east Toronto along the way.

  • 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

  • The Butternut Baking Co. is Toronto’s first 100 per cent natural bakery specializing in paleo, gluten-free and low carb baked goods. Owners Michelle and Christine set out to create a guilt-free bakery that was completely free of cane sugar and grains. With their first brick and mortar location in the Junction, Butternut Baking Co. is

  • Founded in 2003 during the cupcake craze, this cute bakery hidden down a midtown alley has managed to endure beyond the fad. The Cupcake Shoppe makes 28 different cupcake flavours, which range from classics like red velvet to more inventive combinations, such as the pink lemonade which sees a lemon cupcake topped with raspberry buttercream.

  • The Grand Order of Divine Sweets, or The GOoDS, is a geek-centric bakery on Queen West. This spot does a ton of different desserts, but when it comes to themed-cakes, theirs may be some of the best in the city. Their Baby Yoda cake made a splash on Instagram and now The GOoDS is one

  • This cookie shop in Little Italy began life as a delivery company, with owners Mitch and Leanne juggling their day jobs with after-hours baking (and giving the business its name). Former chemists, the duo put their scientific skills to work developing the Night Baker’s signature soft, chewy cookies, which are made fresh every day. Cookies

  • 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

  • Driven by their success on Mount Pleasant, the Thobor family have opened a second location of their eponymous bakery, this time, on Eglinton West near Allen Road.

  • The Beach’s newest bakery, Tori’s Bakeshop, is all vegan, all natural, refined sugar-free, occasionally gluten-free, organic where possible and entirely eco-friendly. Owner Victoria Vaccher, a vegan herself, made sure of that. Entering the welcoming green and white shop, patrons are greeted with the sound of a whirring espresso machine and a soundtrack of French music

  • The bakeshop may be Tori’s, but the treats are for everyone. Right in the heart of the Beaches, Tori’s Bakeshop is an environmentally conscious, all-natural organic bakery that offers sweet (and savoury!) treats that are free of dairy, egg, casein, refined sugar and gluten. Just not all at once. Tori’s invents and retunes classic and

  • Welcome to the first Uncle Tetsu Angel Café in the world, and the only maid-style café in Toronto.

  • Wanda’s Pie in the Sky has been a Kensington Market staple for over 10 years. The bakery is perched on a busy corner with a bright, multi-coloured interior. Each day, the team whips up a variety of pies, cakes and tarts made from scratch and with love, in addition to other smaller treats like cookies,

  • What a Bagel is way more than just bagels. This iconic bakery chain has been serving and catering for Torontonians for over 20 years. Every location makes its own bagels in-house, and their large size is what has made them so recognizable. Besides the various schmears to serve with the bagels, What a Bagel is

  • 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

  • Wong's Ice Cream

    Wasabi honey ice cream anyone? It might sound strange, but at Wong’s Ice Cream it’s one of their best selling flavours. Ed Wong, the one-man operator and owner behind Wong’s Ice Cream is serving up Asian-inspired ice cream flavours that take this frozen dessert to a whole new level. Wong’s is a small shop with

  • Toronto’s love for ice cream lives on, from the charcoal variety to the confection-topped kind we just can’t get enough. Cue Wong’s Ice Cream, located at Gerrard and Broadview.

  • 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

  • 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