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All the Best Fine Foods

1101 Yonge St., Toronto

A foodie’s delight in the upscale Summerhill neighbourhood, this gourmet grocery store is full of tempting fare—artisan meats and cheeses,

Bakerbots Baking

205 Delaware Ave.,, Toronto

Owner and baker Rosanne Pezzelli spends most of her time making stunning custom cakes, cookies and other treats for her

Bobbette & Belle

1121 Queen St. E., Toronto

The retail sweetshop of cake designer Allyson Meredith Bobbitt and former Canoe executive pastry chef Sarah Bell. The duo is

Bruno’s Fine Foods

4335 Bloor St. W., Toronto

Across the city, Torontonians flock to their nearest Bruno’s for fine food items, including cheeses, teas, pantry items and more.

Bruno’s Fine Foods

1560 Yonge St., Toronto

Across the city, Torontonians flock to their nearest Bruno’s for fine food items, including cheeses, teas, pantry items and more.

Bunner’s

3054 Dundas St. W.,, Toronto

West-end bakery is known for its many excellent breads and baked goods, all of which are 100 percent vegan and

Carole’s Cheesecake Company

1272 Castlefield Ave., Toronto

For 40 years this company has made some of Toronto’s most delectable cheesecakes in flavours ranging from cappuccino to strawberry

Chocolates & Creams

Queen's Quay Terminal, 207 Queens Quay W., Toronto

The only Canadian importer of Manon chocolates of Brussels, this shop flies in the Belgian chocolates weekly; available individually, gift-boxed

Culinarium

705 Mount Pleasant Rd., Toronto

Learn about Ontario producers and buy their foodstuffs at this locavore haven. Find maple, fruit and birch syrups, honey, organic

Cupcakes

85 Laird Dr., Toronto

True to its name, this bakery features cupcakes in many flavours by Vancouver-based “Cupcake Girls” Heather White and Lori Joyce.

Daniel Le Chocolat Belge

4242 Dundas St. W., Toronto

Vancouver-based chocolatier from a long line of Belgian chocolate makers. Made without additives, the store carries a minimum of 48

David’s Tea

336 Queen St. W., Toronto

Created by Canadian entrepreneur, David Segal, this store offers an impressive array of loose-leaf blends from around the world. Teas

David’s Tea

2389 Yonge St., Toronto

Created by Canadian entrepreneur, David Segal, this store offers an impressive array of loose-leaf blends from around the world. Teas

David’s Tea

2285 Bloor St. W., Toronto

Created by Canadian entrepreneur, David Segal, this store offers an impressive array of loose-leaf blends from around the world. Teas

Desmond & Beatrice Bakeshop

388 Carlaw Ave., Toronto

Stop by this sweet shop—named for owner Amanda Mizen’s grandparents—for a little homemade indulgence such as cupcakes, cookies, squares, whoopie

Dinah’s Cupboard

50 Cumberland St., Toronto

Enormous selection of kitchen essentials such as oils, sauces, pastas, coffee, tea, vinegars and mustards. Plus unique finds of fennel

Dlish Cupcakes

848 Yonge St., Toronto

Handmade scratch-baked desserts made on-site daily to ensure freshness. Sixteen flavours are offered in total, with a rotating selection offered

Dlish Cupcakes

833 Queen St. W., Toronto

Handmade scratch-baked desserts made on-site daily to ensure freshness. Sixteen flavours are offered in total, with a rotating selection offered

Dolce Gelato

414 Danforth Ave., Toronto

Greektown location of this popular spot for authentic Italian-style gelato in many flavours. Also offers an assortment of pastries and

Dolce Gelato

697 College St., Toronto

A popular spot for authentic Italian-style gelato in many flavours. Also offers an assortment of pastries and other desserts, and
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