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Tealish

728 Queen St. W.,, Toronto

This bright, sun-lit shop stocks more than 130 varietals of loose leaf tea from all parts of the world including

Teuscher

55 Bloor St. W. , Toronto

Established more than 70 years ago in a small town in the Swiss Alps, all chocolates are made with the

The Cupcake Shoppe

2417 Yonge St., Toronto

Suzanne Cooper’s decadent and delicious cupcakes are topped with a buttercream icing swirl and sprinkles. Custom cupcakes with a design

The Cupcakery

1034 St. Clair Ave., Toronto

Bright airy space that is accented with bursts of colour from the icing at this sweet shop. Handmade cupcakes in

The Good Press

87 Yorkville Ave., Toronto

Made-to-order cold-press juices and smoothies and ready-to-go bottles in an assortment of flavours like Ruby Tuesday (beets, carrots, apples, ginger

The Olive Pit

877 Queen St. W., Toronto

This shop carries oils, olives, vinegars, olive patés, pastes, and tapenades from France, Greece, Italy, Turkey and Israel. There are

The Rolling Pin

3429 Yonge St., Toronto

A retro vibe permeates this charming pastry shop that’s outfitted with eye-catching red seats, wingback chairs and vintage baking tools.

The Spice Trader

877 Queen St. W., Toronto

Apothecary-style store stocking all the spices you can name, and then some. Organic and wild harvested spice powders and blends

The Tea Emporium

First Canadian Place, 100 King St. W., Toronto

Loose leaf teas from around the world and all manner of Asian accessories are available here. More than 100 types

The Tea Emporium

351 Eglinton Ave. W., Toronto

Loose leaf teas from around the world and all manner of Asian accessories are available here. More than 100 types

The Tea Emporium

337 Danforth Ave., Toronto

Loose leaf teas from around the world and all manner of Asian accessories are available here. More than 100 types

Tori’s Bakeshop

2188 Queen St. E., Toronto

Owner Tori Vaccher has opened the city’s first vegan bakery and café. Offerings change daily but could include croissants, cinnamon

Wanda’s Pie in the Sky

287 Augusta Ave., Toronto

Arguably Toronto’s best-known pie shop offers dozens of owner Wanda Beaver’s scrumptious creations—from traditional fruit pies like apple, blueberry and

Whole Foods Market

Hazelton Lanes, 87 Avenue Rd., Toronto

Monster grocery store—50,000 sq.-ft.—made its first foray into Canada in May 2002. Produce, deli, bakery, takeaway counter, and all manner

Xococava

1560 Yonge St., Toronto

An offshoot of popular Spanish restaurant Cava, this chocolatier offers a variety of house-made goodies including exotically flavoured truffles, ice
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