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Vendors › Toronto › Restaurants › Cafes & Bakeries

Cafes & Bakeries



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Apricot Tree

Sherwood Forest Village, 1900 Dundas St. W., Mississauga

A quaint café in the upscale Sherwood Forest Village. The open kitchen creates an ever-changing variety of soups, sandwiches, crepes,

Aroma Espresso Bar

500 Bloor St. W., Toronto

This Israeli import is an upgrade from the average coffee chain, with a chic colour palette of red, black and

Art Square Café

334 Dundas St. W., Toronto

Stylish café across the street from the Art Gallery of Ontario, with an atmosphere enhanced by the fine art on

B Espresso

Royal Conservatory of Music, 273 Bloor St. W., Toronto

Two locations for this Italian café. The Queen Street spot has a communal table and staff that break into song

B Espresso

111 Queen St. E., Toronto

Two locations for this Italian café. The Queen Street spot has a communal table and staff that break into song

Balzac’s Coffee

10 Market St., Toronto

Consume copious amounts of the café’s micro-roasted Arabica, organic, fair trade and specialty coffees. Pastries and sandwiches, too. Open daily.

Balzac’s Coffee

Distillery District, 1 Trinity St., Toronto

Consume copious amounts of the café’s micro-roasted arabica, organic, fair trade and specialty coffees in a dramatically refurbished warehouse, located

Balzac’s Coffee

43 Hanna Ave., Toronto

Consume copious amounts of the café’s micro-roasted arabica, organic, fair trade and specialty coffees. Pastries and sandwiches, too, served in

Black Camel

4 Crescent Rd., Toronto

Black and white tiles welcome you into this simple sandwich shop, complete with an old fashioned blackboard proclaiming the wares.

Bonjour Brioche

812 Queen St. E., Toronto

French-style bakery and one of Leslieville’s most popular breakfast/lunch stops. Tiny dining area (only nine tables) and very busy on

Boxcar Social

1208 Yonge St., Toronto

A hub for excellent morning and midday bevvies—a rotating selection of some of the world’s best coffees and espressos. By

Boxcar Social

4 Boulton Ave., Toronto

A hub for excellent morning and midday bevvies—a rotating selection of some of the world’s best coffees and espressos. By

Brick Street Bakery

100 King St. W., Toronto

Known for its variety of fresh breads, this bakery is also a popular spot for its hot and cold sandwiches,

Brick Street Bakery

1969 Queen St. E., Toronto

Known for its variety of fresh breads, this bakery is also a popular spot for its hot and cold sandwiches,

Brick Street Bakery

255 Logan Ave., Toronto

Known for its variety of fresh breads, this bakery is also a popular spot for its hot and cold sandwiches,

Brick Street Bakery

55 Mill St., Toronto

Known for its variety of fresh breads, this bakery is also a popular spot for its hot and cold sandwiches,

Bugigattolo Kitchen

54 Fraser Ave., Toronto

This cozy Liberty Village spot exudes old-world conviviality—in its refurbished industrial interior, its close yet relaxed confines, and its menu

Café Pamenar

307 Augusta Ave., Toronto

Kensington Market café is a narrow room filled with reclaimed wood and vintage design touches, plus an excellent courtyard patio

Clafouti

915 Queen St. W., Toronto

A neighbourhood fave. Daily sandwiches—salmon dill wrap and croque monsieur are possibles—tarts, quiche and more. Plus classic patisseries: croissant, pain

Colette Grand Café & Bakery

550 Wellington St. W., Toronto

Breezily stylish restaurant from the owners of The Chase. Dining room menu features refined French favourites: lobster vichyssoise, foie gras
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