cafe neve

Popular Montreal indie coffee shop opening in Toronto

Sense Appeal Coffee Roasters already has its sister cafe inside Frank & Oaks' Queen Street West store. Now, the retailer's Shops at Don Mills outpost is getting its own indie cafe, but this one will be an import from Montreal.

Café Névé, which has three locations in Montreal, will be opening up in North York next week. Visitors to the outdoor mall can look forward to perusing contemporary menswear while sipping on hand-crafted espresso-based beverages, made with Anchored Coffee or 49th Parallel beans, starting on September 24. The grand opening will be a couple of days later on the 26th.

There's already a Starbucks and an Aroma Espresso Bar at The Shops so Café Névé will provide shoppers with just one more way to fuel an all-day spree.

Are you excited for Cafe Neve's arrival in Toronto? Let us know in the comments.

Photo of the Cafe Neve in Frank & Oak Mile End courtesy Midnight Poutine.


Join the conversation Load comments

Latest in Eat & Drink

Toronto strip clubs are starting to reopen with safety measures in place

Japanese chain famous for salted egg yolk croissants opening first Toronto location

Server fired for using racial slur at Pakistani restaurant in Toronto

KFC is bringing its vegan fried chicken to Canada

Toronto restaurant known for its brunch and fried chicken has permanently closed

Toronto ice cream joint Dutch Dreams can't escape feud with neighbours

Monster-themed ice cream chain opening first Toronto location

This is what opening weekend on King West was like as Toronto entered Stage 3