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Kensington Coffee

I don't know how it started, but I've gotten into this habit of every Sunday enjoying coffee and the weekend's newspapers in Kensington. Specifically at Moonbean. A nice place to sit in the market with some delicious fair-trade coffee. Today I found yesterday's Toronto Star and in it there was a groovy article on Kensington.

The article looks at what makes Kensington what is: the people. Since the article was written by a food critic a full page map of all the food stores/cafes/resturants within the market is included in the section. If you can find a copy of yesterday's Star I suggest you grab this great map. A list of the stores is online, but alas, no map.


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