The 10 most Instagrammable floors in Toronto
Toronto is bursting at the seams with restaurants and cafes that feature stunning interiors. But have you ever looked at the floor? It seems to be the new trend on Instagram, as feeds get filled with strategically placed coffee cups and fancy shoes shown off against funky floor backdrops.
If you're looking to hop on the trend, here are my picks for Toronto's most Instagrammable floors.
This King West poke restaurant greets you with an "aloha" when you walk in the front door. Even though the tiled floor is on the outside of the restaurant, people can frequently be seen taking photos on the outdoor stoop.
This French bistro is located in the Distillery District. Not only do they serve up a great brunch you and all your friends can enjoy, they also have a breathtaking interior, including a magnificent tiled floor.
One of Toronto's top coffee shops boasts a stunning interior and a floor to match. Make sure to wear your fancy shoes if you plan to snap a picture.
The Ossington location of this brunch-focused spot has a vibrant, fun, and casual interior. Look down and admire the decorative Spanish colonial hacienda patterned floors.
This brewpub at Big Rock Brewery spells out where you can find the beer in literal terms. Black tiles announce that there's "beer here" with an arrow pointing you in the direction of your next brew.
This Financial District bakery and cafe aims to recreate the rustic feel of Southern France. Snaps of coffee cups and floors are common here.
The funky floor inside this Roncy shop is often accompanied by photographs of cups and shoes next to the tiles that spell out "coffee."
As soon as you walk into their Jarvis St. location, you're greeted with tiles saying, "hello." After you're done your morning cuppa and make your way out, you'll notice a "goodbye" message as you exit. These greetings make for the perfect photo op.
This Dundas West coffee shop dons a floor with tiles that spell out, "Hi!" The shop can frequently been seen on Instagram with coffee cups surrounding the bold greeting.
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