Toronto coffee scene is blooming. With few more than decent coffee roasters and beautiful coffee shops, it’s a good destination for a coffee lover. And nothing can beat friendly Canadians serving you excellent Americano, latte or a good drip.
Early Bird Coffee & Kitchen
Located in hip Queen West is a beautiful indie coffee shop. With exposed brick painted white and industrial items, it’s an ideal place to hang out with a cup of Americano. If you’re hungry there’s plenty to eat including some of the Toronto’s visually appealing breakfast.
Recognized as one of the best cafes in the city, Propeller not only serves but also roasts coffee beans. You can drink their coffee in many cafes in the city. If your interested in coffee making, they carry out cupping and barista training.
Strange Love Coffee
Although the place is not big, it has been attracting coffee lovers for years. It is ideal for enthusiasts of artisanal coffee and specialty drinks. they also serve brilliant baked treats.
One of the best places to work with coffee. The coffee shop space is truly minimalist and it blends perfectly with the design of the heritage building, where it is located. Although in the café itself, there is not much space to sit, but during the day there is space available on the mezzanine with large comfortable tables, where you can comfortably work.
Fahrenheit Coffee (Richmond)
Although it is probably one of the smallest cafes you can visit in Toronto, you definitely can’t skip this place. Their coffee will knock you off your feet. Their love to caffeine and art latte skills are a perfect combo for your morning/ afternoon pick me up.
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