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Cafes & Bakeries



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Sage Café

166 McCaul St., Toronto

A neighbourhood haven for affordable fare made with fresh ingredients, just up the street from the Art Gallery of Ontario.

Sandwich Box

67 Richmond St. W., Toronto

Buzzing fast food joint serving custom made meals including grilled sandwiches with a choice of over 20 fillings and a

Sandwich Box

388 Richmond St. W., Toronto

Buzzing fast food joint serving custom made meals including grilled sandwiches with a choice of over 20 fillings and a

Sandwich Box

1200 Bay St., Toronto

Buzzing fast food joint serving custom made meals including grilled sandwiches with a choice of over 20 fillings and a

School

70 Fraser Ave., Toronto

Quirky-concept bakery and restaurant is known for its hearty breakfast and brunch options, including a variety of waffles, pancakes, soups,

Sense Appeal Coffee Roasters

96 Spadina Ave., Toronto

Tiny café takes an experimental approach to roasting its direct-sourced coffee beans, always searching for great new flavours. Also offers

Snake and Lattes

600 Bloor St. W., Toronto

Toronto’s original board game café now boasts two locations, an intimate two-storey space in the Annex, and a large-scale hub

Snake and Lattes

489 College St., Toronto

Toronto’s original board game café now boasts two locations, an intimate two-storey space in the Annex, and a large-scale hub

Snakes and Lattes

600 Bloor St. W., Toronto

Toronto’s original board game café now boasts two locations, an intimate two-storey space in the Annex, and a large-scale hub

Snakes and Lattes

489 College St., Toronto

Toronto’s original board game café now boasts two locations, an intimate two-storey space in the Annex, and a large-scale hub

Sonic Café

60 Cecil St., Toronto

Cyclists crowd the tables at this colourful bike shop-meets-coffee bar in Chinatown. Small bar-bites menu with sandwiches, nachos, muffins and

The Beet Organic Café & Market

2945 Dundas St. W., Toronto

No-frills organic goodness from nutritionist Michelle Vella and homeopathic doctor Heather Osler. Everything edible is made from scratch here, including

The Drake Hotel

1150 Queen St. W., Toronto

The artsy-chic Drake Hotel is a hub of cultural and culinary activity along Queen Street West. Trendy scenesters eat, drink

The Eatery

200 University Ave., Toronto

Fresh-made and grab-and-go gourmet sandwiches and salads are the stock-in-trade of this friendly Financial District breakfast and lunch counter. Also

The Fifth Pub House & Café

225 Richmond St. W., Toronto

Laid-back sister space of upscale resto The Fifth Grill and Canadiana-chic night spot Cabin Five. Offers a sizable menu of

The Mascot

1267 Queen St. W., Toronto

A stylish hybrid of a café, art gallery and reading room in one of the city’s “character” neighbourhoods. Order a

The Scullery

200 Carlton St., Toronto

Cabbagetown café offers a variety of fresh-baked treats and locally roasted coffee in an inviting space. For larger appetites there

The Sidekick

1374 Queen St. E. , Toronto

Leslieville-area café serves single-origin brews from Sam James’s Cut Coffee. It’s also a comic-book store selling the latest issues plus

Uno Mustachio

St. Lawrence Market, 91 Front St. E., Toronto

Hidden away in the basement of the St. Lawrence Market, Mustachio is a popular, good-value takeaway with great sandwiches—try veal
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