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The Best Lattes in Toronto

The best lattes in Toronto are a wake up call for coffee lovers. Skilled baristas pour thick and frothy microfoam over espresso for a beverage that's better than your average morning cup of joe.

Here are the best lattes in Toronto.



Sam James (Toronto St.)
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Sam James (Toronto St.)

This local chain of cafes crafts delectable coffee drinks from their own roaster, Cut Coffee, that yields smooth and velvety lattes. More impressive is the consistency of each cup, meaning your latte will taste the same no matter which location you visit.

Neo Coffee Bar
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Neo Coffee Bar

Lattes paired with swirled slices of Japanese roll cake are the thing to get at this minimalist coffee bar near the St. Lawrence Market. Beans come from de Mello Palheta as well as a rotating roster of guest roasters. You can also pay a bit more to upgrade to their super popular matcha latte.


Sweet Jesus
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Sweet Jesus

Pimped-out ice cream cones tend to steal the show at this compact John Street joint, but it's the espresso-based beverages that keep locals coming back daily. The lattes, made from a custom de Mello Palheta roast, are positively addictive, and come in decadent variations like the burnt marshmallow-topped s'mores latte.


Jet Fuel Coffee
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Jet Fuel Coffee

This Cabbagetown coffee shop is beloved for its speedy service and huge, no-fuss, cheap lattes served in glass mugs that showcase a thick, frothy microfoam head over strong house-blended espresso.


Fahrenheit Coffee
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Fahrenheit Coffee

House-made baked goods and creamy lattes made with Pilot coffee beans are the main attraction at this cafe near King and Jarvis. The baristas here can throw down some pretty fine latte art too.

Empire Espresso
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Empire Espresso

This boho-chic cafe in Little Italy makes silky-smooth lattes from Cut Coffee and Anchored Coffee on its ornate La Marzocco machine. Double espresso shots are standard, but can be mellowed out with organic grass fed milk. Go beyond the usual and order a hazelnut latte or their signature lavender honey one.



Wallace Espresso
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Wallace Espresso

Two locations in the Junction Triangle sling silky double lattes crafted with Social Coffee Co. beans. Customizable options like lactose-free, soy and almond milk as well as a selection of fresh, locally sourced baked goods only sweeten its appeal.

Good Neighbour
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Good Neighbour

This espresso bar in The Junction is home to a lineup of espresso-based drinks brewed with Intelligentsia beans. Find baristas crafting satisfying lattes from a selection of single origin roasts, house blends, chai or matcha teas.


de Mello Palheta Coffee Roasters
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de Mello Palheta Coffee Roasters

Thick, white foam and espresso come together at this Yonge and Eglinton cafe where coffee beans are roasted in house. In addition to the classic you'll find matcha options and piccolo lattes (a ristretto shot topped with warm milk and served in a demitasse).

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