The Best Bakery Cafes in Toronto
The best bakery cafes in Toronto do it all, pouring perfect cups of coffee, making baked goods from scratch and even offering a cozy space to settle in. From upscale pastries paired with espresso to regular ol' drip coffee and doughnuts, these coffee houses offer crave-worthy goods.
Here are the best bakery cafes in Toronto.
This patisserie by Trinity Bellwoods Park (amongst other locations) isn't just a retail source for macarons and croissants, but a fully fledged cafe complete with seating and a patio where you can enjoy pretty petit fours and salted caramel macarons along with a latte pulled from Detour beans.
This sleek cafe near St. Lawrence market offers a lineup of espresso-based drinks, pour overs and matcha lattes along with house-baked Japanese style roll cakes, cream puffs and more. Bench seating and tiny tables upfront offer a comfortable spot for a quick sip and a snack while big booths in the back let customers lounge a little longer.
Peruse this pastry shop in Parkdale to discover exquisite mini-cakes, viennoiseries and other bite-sized confections that are best had with a cup of coffee brewed with Sam James' Cut Coffee. The selection of pastries changes seasonally but the eclairs are a staple not to be missed.
The coffee roaster at Yonge and Eglinton bakes its own squares, cookies, muffins, and scones as well as upscale desserts including decadent cheesecakes and fancy tortes. This of course is all in addition to coffees roasted in-house and brewed with precision via a siphon or espresso machine.
This cozy bakery and cafe in Bloordale dishes out homestyle baked goods including cupcakes, butter tarts and triple decker cakes. Cafe tables are in short supply, but should you find yourself here on a quiet afternoon, settle in for a few sweets and a hot beverage from Sloane Teas or a custom blend made with beans from Bona Fide Bean Coffee Co.
Hector Vasquez at Sud Forno
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