What’s better on a chilly day than a cozy afternoon in a coffee shop? There are so many new cafes in Toronto that are totally worth a visit. Whether you’re a wellness freak, an art buff, or a coffee snob, there is a spot for you on this list.
Check out these five incredible new cafes in Toronto and sip your way through the city this weekend.
Annex Espresso Bar
This Annex coffee shop opened its doors on March 10th.
It specializes in delicious coffee, refreshers, and treats, and prioritizes local, small-batch wholesaling.
It showcases brands that offer healthier alternatives and gives customers the chance to discover and support local roasters, all in a very cozy setting.
Where: 718 Bathurst Street
MITFAR Boutique Cafe
A specialty coffee shop and art gallery has opened its doors near Yonge and Rosedale.
The elegant cafe serves premium pour-over coffee, a wide selection of loose-leaf tea beverages, as well as salads, pastries, and beautifully-decorated toasts.
MITFAR also showcases the work of local artists and the co-owner’s handmade brooches.
Where: 1098 Yonge Street
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This trendy Regent Park cafe just opened a second location at The Combine, a community-driven space that hosts events, creative collabs, and retail pop-ups.
Stop in for a coffee and tasty treat with a side of community, warm feels, and creative energy.
Where: 225 Wellington Street West
Beatrice Society Cafe
Located in the heart of the downtown core, this new wellness-focused cafe is the place to be for a great atmosphere and tasty bite.
You’ll find functional mushrooms, adaptogens, and high-quality coffee on their menu, plus a variety of smoothies, bowls, and toasts.
Where: 511 Richmond Street West
This Japanese coffee house entered Canada this winter with its first location at Toronto’s Yorkdale Shopping Centre, and a second location at Union Station.
This spot is known for its chic and minimalist interior and Japanese-inspired ambiance that’s reminiscent of Kyoto.
% Arabica serves up a special blend of espresso-based coffees, specialty lattes, drip coffees, matcha, and much more.
Where: 3401 Dufferin Street
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