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Cozy Coffee

Cozy Coffee Co. is a coffee shop operating out of the same space as Daily Press Juicery.

Sharing counter space and owners with the cold-pressed juice company, Cozy Coffee brings a caffeinated component to the store, along with a few baked goods and savoury sweets. 

cozy coffee torontoExcept for the standalone sign outside, both the Cozy Coffee and Daily Press brands are indistinguishable from the inside. 

cozy coffee torontoThere's a good amount of seating here, which is perfect for anyone on the hunt for a place to do some work—especially in an area surprisingly low in cafes offering free WiFi (not including Starbucks, of course). 

cozy coffee torontoA fridge full of immunity-boosting, wellness-inducing juices to the right provide your dose of veggies and fruits for the day.

cozy coffee torontoJust below, you'll also find some ready-made meals courtesy of Foodbenders

cozy coffee torontoMeanwhile, a menu top-left is where you'll find the coffee options. You can grab a cappucino for $3.85 or a latte for $4.20, which comes courtesy of Cut Coffee via local roaster Sam James. 

cozy coffee torontoSpecialty drinks include fun orders like the cereal milk latte ($5.75), a concoction of agave and cinnamon topped with Lucky Charms. If you're feeling decadent you can get it with whipped cream too. 

cozy coffee torontoThe mojito coffee ($5.50) only comes iced, and uses a mint lime flavouring to add a kick—no rum included.

cozy coffee torontoThe Farmacy menu includes a few drinks that utilize the Daily Press juices to create some hot drinks for those who need a pick-me-up on the go. 

cozy coffee torontoThere's golden lattes ($6.50), cold fixes ($7), and the fire cider ($7): a hot drink with apple cider, grapefruit juice, lemon, and agave. 

cozy coffee torontoIt's a potent mix, with a sour bite that'll help you with digestion and bloating. 

cozy coffee torontoIf you're feeling in tip top shape, however, there's some stuff worth indulging in, like sweet croissants from Goûter

cozy coffee torontoThe nutella-filled croissant ($3.75) is flaky and comes sprinkled with nuts.

cozy coffee torontoMeanwhile muffins, cookies, and savoury danishes come from wholesaler Saving Mondays—the new name for what used to be The Red Bench. 

cozy coffee torontoTheir spinach and feta danish ($3.50) is amazing, as are most items that come out of their bakery.

cozy coffee torontoThis laid-back space is a refreshing find: it's hard to find a cafe that does both coffee and juices well, without either being an afterthought. 

cozy coffee toronto

Photos by

Hector Vasquez


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