The Best New Cafes in Toronto for 2015
The best new cafes in Toronto are on the cutting edge of coffee trends. They can be found in some unexpected and wonderful places; inside a used bookstore, at the back of a luxury clothing shop or even in a shipping container in a former loading dock. In keeping the independent spirit alive, they all have their own unique vibe.
Here are the best new cafes in Toronto that opened in 2015.
This local coffee roaster has been around for over 20 years, but only opened its first-ever flagship cafe on Roncesvalles in 2015. It definitely does things right, featuring seasonal single-origin beans for its espresso-based beverages, pour-over coffees and addictive cold brew & tonic. And who can resist those highly Instagrammable floor tiles in the entryway?
This sibling cafe of Broadview Espresso brings its community-minded ethos (along with cappuccinos and cortados) to Corktown/south Regent Park. House-made eats like sandwiches and brownies, not to mention a friendly atmosphere, make this a very welcome addition to the neighbourhood.
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