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The Best Lattes in Toronto

The best lattes in Toronto are soul-lifting combos of caffeine and steamed milk. With or without dairy or pretty latte art, these cozy cups of brew are the perfect pick-me-up for coffee lovers.

Here are the best lattes in Toronto.


Early Bird Espresso
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Early Bird Espresso

Rotating beans from roasters like Monogram and Pilot Coffee, this cafe serves up beautiful selections of lattes to go with their ridiculously pretty breakfast toasts. They have locations on Queen West and inside Brookfield Place.

Bulldog Coffee
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Bulldog Coffee

This quintessential coffee spot from Stuart Ross has been serving up decked out lattes (most famously, the rainbow one) for years. The cafe has hopped around, but now serves its popular Bulldog cappuccino-latte hybrid at Assembly Chefs Hall.


Neo Coffee Bar
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Neo Coffee Bar

Regular and matcha lattes at this King East cafe are fuelled by custom blends from local roaster de Mello Palheta for a chocolatey mug of joe. It goes perfectly with their tempting selection of sweet pastries, all made in house.

Hailed Coffee on Gerrard
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Hailed Coffee on Gerrard

Coffee and cardamom fuse together at this cafe with locations in Leslieville and near Yonge and Gerrard. Both offer Hailed’s own roasts coupled with their signature cardamom-infused Hail syrup.


Versus Coffee
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Versus Coffee

This cozy getaway just east of the Financial District offers a variety of lattes using de Mello Palheta beans. Turmeric, rainbow, and maple flavours are all delicious—and of course, the art is always on point.


Arvo Coffee
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Arvo Coffee

Lattes are extra enjoyable in this pretty brick space, where you can sit back and enjoy the scent of pour overs or just sip on your perfect brew while strolling around the Distillery District.

Rustle & Still
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Rustle & Still

This Koreatown cafe is really one-of-a-kind, using green beans sourced directly from Vietnam and roasted by Hatch. You won’t find their purple sweet potato lattes elsewhere; maybe have it after their tasty bahn mi.


Alcove Coffee
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Alcove Coffee

Connected to a photography studio in the Junction Triangle, it's no surprise these lattes are picture perfect. It doesn't get much cuter than their cat-faced or paw-printed matcha lattes.

Sorry Coffee
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Sorry Coffee

Tucked behind the Kit and Ace store in Yorkville is this coffee shop, using (surprise) de Mello Palheta beans. Caffeinate yourself after a spendy shopping spree in this shi-shi hood.

Lead photo by

Hector Vasquez of Bulldog Coffee, Versus Coffee, Sorry Coffee Co.

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