Market 63 by Coppa's takes their boutique grocery offerings to the next level, named for the year 1963 in which Coppa's was originally founded.
The market is something of a collection of smaller shops, with a Nonna Francesca's Ristorante inside, and Coppa's Bastille flower shop and Coppaccino around the corner on the same floor.
Tall ceilings, arching design features, slick graphics and clever signage abound, with everything from prepared foods to raw ingredients fully on display.
This includes an impressive dry aging fridge in the "Coppa's Fresh Chops" butcher section, where rib steaks are aged for a minimum of 21 days, can be cut to preference to become tomahawks or ribeyes, and can even be grilled in-store for you.
Meats like lamb are sold in various states of preparation from the butcher, from shoulder blades and arm chops ($14.99/lb) to store-made souvlaki skewers ($15.99/lb) and pre-seasoned lamb chops ($19.99/lb).
Around the corner there's a "Harbour Deli" section stocked with meats and cheeses, even freshly sliced prosciutto di Parma imported from Italy.
If you don't have time to make your own sandwich, pick up a pre-made one with turkey, mortadella or smoked meat among other options for $6.99.
There's also a full pizza station with square slices starting at $1.49 and gourmet slices starting at $3.47, as well as options for whole pies and even office party size pies for $39.99.
There's also a hot table with homestyle items like spanakopita, roasted potatoes, and vegetarian chili for $2.49/100g.
Salad bar items like mango salad, spring mix, arugula, a bean medley and spinach go for $2.25/100g.
Items from an antipasto bar stocked with over half a dozen kinds of olives are priced at $2.99/100g.
A 63-seat licensed location of Nonna Francesca's Ristorante inside Market 63 is the first downtown, the others all in Coppa's four suburban locations in Ontario.
Antipasti include a carpaccio di salmone ($17), luscious slices of salmon paired with bright blood orange, fennel and onion plus capers and root chips, all centring around a generous pile of arugula.
There's also your classic fritto misto ($21), a heaping plate of fried seafood and veggies like salmon, shrimp, calamari and zucchini.
Primi pastas include a simple but devourable strozzapreti al cinghiale ($24) smothered in rich wild boar ragu and topped with large shards of parmigiano.
Coppa's Bastille flower shop not only sells bouquets and potted orchids for $19.99, they also serve coffee and are equipped with 12 seats.
Coppaccino also has grab-and-go sandwiches as well as bulk beans and gelato from G for Gelato.
There's also a bakery, seafood, produce and much more.