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Scout and Cash

Posted by Staff / Listed on July 28, 2014 / review policy

scout and cash torontoScout and Cash is an espresso bar and actual bar taking over the former Bristol Yard space in Seaton Village. Named after owner Michael Aniballi's twin toddlers, this new neighbourhood hangout not only serves coffee, alcohol and baked goods (fresh-out-of-the-oven muffins, cookies, Nutella croissants and homemade fresh fruit pop tarts from OMG Baked Goodness), it also offers weekend brunch and soon plans to introduce dinners two to three nights a week. If all goes well, the three picnic tables outside will eventually be licensed too.

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Glen / August 11, 2014 at 05:27 pm
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Great little neighbourhood hang-out. If the Dinner's are anywhere near as good as the espresso's than I might have a new regular place to grab a bite to eat.
Jess / August 11, 2014 at 11:36 pm
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Cute place with one of the best cappuccinos I've had in the city...ever. Great brunch, too, and convenient location. A regular haunt for sure!
Laylalu / December 10, 2014 at 08:05 pm
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This is my favorite coffee shop at the moment.
I've been to plenty around Toronto. As I find myself coming back here almost everyday. I find that everyday comes to a different experience(except for my orders of latte's) It's the most perfect atmosphere. You can bond with the baristas easily. They also play the best music around, which creates a cozy yet warming environment. It can be quiet, it can be talkative. And the workers/owner, are super duper friendly. Not to mention their top town brunch. I absolutely adore the food there and ''OMG Baked Goodness sweets'' that they serve! I'd keep coming here till the end of my days!

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