Sorry Coffee Co. is a cafe found at the back of the Kit and Ace store on Bloor St. It also has an entrance on Critchley Lane if you don't want to walk through the store.
I'm told the cafe is supposed to have more of an "Ace" feel, with its black chevron wall tiles and a gorgeous custom copper La Marzocco sitting on the marble countertop.
Its name is a playful nod to Canadian politeness, as the stereotype says we tend to apologize all the time, and as my friend and I prove is true since we realize we've inadvertently said "sorry" about five times since we've arrived. This is the second Sorry ever (another can be found in a Kit and Ace shop in London, England), but the first in Canada.
Sloane tea ($3.25) and de Mello Palheta coffee are served in signature cups that serve as a blank canvas for local artists who are chosen to design a Sorry logo (currently by graphic designer/art director Roger Dario ), and like the gallery wall, it'll change up every few months.
Coffee shop director Dylan Wu has a straightforward menu of espresso-based beverages (espresso/Americano, $3.25; flat white, $3.75; cappuccino, $4; latte, $4.25) made with de Mello's seasonal house blend (with the possibility of creating Sorry's own custom blend in the future) and pour-overs ($4.25 each) using a rotating selection of single-origin beans.
Baked goods are from La Bamboche , with a choice between croissant ($3.25) or pain au chocolat ($3.50).
Sorry Coffee shares its space with Kit and Ace. Read about Kit and Ace here .