Rooster Coffee House opened its second location this past week in the brand new attachment to the Toronto Sun building. The cafe's Riverdale location is housed in a cozy home-like...
De Mello Palheta Coffee Roasters has roots that wrap around the globe. Up until eight months ago, Korean-born brothers Felix and Won Cha had spent the majority of their lives...
Ella's Uncle, a local favorite of the Dundas West set, opened up it's second cafe at the foot-traffic heavy intersection of Ossington and Bloor. Even on the dreariest of days,...
Jimmy's Coffee has emerged from the spent ashes of the Hot Box Café at 191 Baldwin St. in Kensington Market, joining the original and very popular location on Portland. Walking in,...
Wallace Espresso is a new pocket coffee shop serving grab-and-go espresso at the corner of Wallace and Lansdowne. Now, this area was not particularly devoid of caffeine prior to Wallace...
El Almacen on Dupont is part yerba mate cafe, part general store. Like the original location in West Queen West, the central food features here include homemade alfajores, empanadas, soup,...
Haven Espresso Bar might just be the tiniest espresso bar in all of Toronto. Located on Brock just west of Bloor and Dufferin, Haven is certainly one of those places...
Fuel Plus is a cafe, health food store, takeout counter, and place to lock up your running gear. Yes, with free community lockers at the back of the shop, this...
Salt & Pepper has gone from concept catering to a fully fledged cafe at Davenport and Bedford Road in the Annex. A fully fledged cafe, that is, with just six...
Cafe M is a new independent coffee shop ... on Yonge Street? Forgive me while I do a double take. While the majority of indie coffee spots tend to collect...
I Deal Coffee (Yonge) is anything but a carbon-copy version of its Kensington and Ossington locations. This café, located on Yonge a few blocks north of Lawrence, has a decidedly different...
It's Jenny Espresso Boutique is a familiar-looking espresso bar in Cabbagetown right by Berkeley Street. The cafe is familiar for a very good reason, since it has pretty much has...
C House Lounge Cafe opened its doors in Yorkville just over two weeks ago, and it might be difficult to spot in its sub-level location, somewhat obscured by a pile...
Café Con Leche is located by the underwhelming intersection of Dupont and Perth. "Underwhelming" by first impression, mind you. Because if you ask owners Carlos and Sandra — and indeed,...
Voodoo Child was created, says co-owner Scotty Daté, to offer "superior quality." Recently opened, and announced street-side by a sandwich board, the barebones wood interior is immediately eye-catching. "We're doing...
Latte Mei might be new for Toronto, but it's a familiar name over in Taiwan. So familiar, in fact, that the odd Toronto passerby has stopped in after recognizing the...
The Black Canary Espresso Bar is the rebranded, redesigned incarnation of the former Bisogno Espresso Bar. The fundamentals — that is, the coffee, the snacks, the overall atmosphere is the...
The Arrow is said to have some of the creamiest ice cream around. Unfortunately for me, I dropped by the new Dundas West cafe and ice cream shop a little...
Rachel's Coffee House is a new independent (key word) cafe by a pair of longtime Toronto coffee veterans. Maria Chan and her husband, Jack, owned a Second Cup franchise in...
Sunny Joe's Cafe feels like a country corner stop, Now, I know it's kind of hokey to say, but I couldn't help thinking of an old Muskoka coffee and convenience...
The Common (Bloor) is the second café of its kind to grace Toronto, modeled after the original incarnation over at College and Dufferin. For years, The Common name has been associated...
Bivy is Pascal Vernhes' attempt to remedy an apparent drought of quality, affordable cafe eats along Dundas West. The Parisian and former owner of Midi Bistro is planning on a...
CSI Coffee Pub is a new coffee house (no forensics involved — I know that's what you were thinking) situated on the ground floor of the Centre for Social Innovation...
The Sovereign is a new indie coffee shop that gambled its launch on the outcome of the most recent provincial election. That's right; while most cafes look to, say, neighbourhood...
Academy Cafe is very much as it sounds. Located in the former home of Fahrenheit Coffee on the Esplanade, this new espresso bar is actually the front retail spot of...
Smock Cafe is a new Roncesvalles cafe that offers crafts for kids and respite for parents."The other day," owner Sara Wood begins as we sip coffees by the front-facing bar,...
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- Ten Ren's one of the best bubble teas in toronto. simply my favourite!
- Jimmy's Coffee (Kensington Market) I was recommended this web site via my cousin. I am no longer sure whether or not this post is written through him as nobody else recognize such designated approximately...
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- Cake Town Cafe Nadia's son has a drug addiction. The family is really messed up.
- Rooster Coffee House (King East) Just moved into the Distillery, and very excited to hear the Rooster is in the Hood. Went over to Balzacs this morning for a brew and it was a morge...
- Rooster Coffee House (King East) All the food looks covered in the photos!
- Dineen Coffee Co. Their iced latte is excellent and despite the price the medium is quite big. I do agree though that it has a similar feel to Balzacs, with the same old...
- Rooster Coffee House (King East) Hi there, one suggestion: cover all the food... I work in the Toronto Sun which is next door... Most of us are now going to Rooster every morning...I have heard...
- Seven Grams Hate to admit it but this place has it right. 9/10. One point off cause its TOO nice.
- Crema Coffee the best thing about crema is the empty starbucks across the street
- Rooster Coffee House (King East) Well, they are in the same building as Coke's Toronto headquarters, so you probably should cut them a break.
- Rooster Coffee House (King East) Great new place, I'm there almost everyday...sorry Starbucks!
- Rooster Coffee House (King East) Well, I like The Rooster at Broadview & Queen. I especially liked the owners and the baristas (those I know). They are the make or break of any indie coffee...
- Rooster Coffee House (King East) I've been twice so far! I love this place! :D Welcome to the hood!
- RISE Espresso Love RISE! Delicious high-quality espresso and just all round lovely people. Great place!
- Clafouti Thank you kindly for the nice comments , we try to do the best we can everyday since 2003 and sometimes it works sometimes it doesn't. I will pass on you...
- Clafouti I have to agree, I asked what type of butter was used in the making of the croissants and the first response was lard... The second time I went in...
- Jimmy's Coffee (Kensington Market) You mean every coffee shop in Toronto is supposed to be different. Jimmy's is great with the best customer service in the city and a tasty Americano. The location in...
- C House Lounge Cafe I really do not understand why people are always complaining. I went to C House couple of days ago and I ordered and open Tuna, and I really liked it....
- C House Lounge Cafe My friends and I came over for a 7:45pm reservation. The place looked nice, and the staff were friendly. Then an hour passed before we got our table. We were...
- C House Lounge Cafe Beware everyone, never go to C House Lounge. Worst place ever. Worst service (2 hrs wait eventhough we made reservation), underwhelming food and overly sour drinks. This place should be...
- de Mello Palheta Coffee Roasters Franco, I think you'd find that the place is pretty laid-back, not coffee dictators. I have been only once, and while I'm no coffee aficionado, I do love a good...
- Dineen Coffee Co. Nice - some stuff is expensive but certainly worth it (the $4 gateaux basques in photo 5). My main complaint is that the drinks list behind the bar (on the right...
- Clafouti I moved to Canada recently and I've been living on queen west for about 2 years now, when i first moved in, i thought Nadege was the closest that i...
- Dineen Coffee Co. Hmm.. uncanny resemblance to Balzac's.
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