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  • Letty W.

Cute Toronto Cafes

Updated: Nov 26, 2020

When I'm looking for a place to study that isn't the library, catching up with a friend or chatting up someone about their career path from a networking event, I like to head to a niche cafe that isn't Timmies or Starbucks. I alternate between the spots depending on what the purpose of the visit is.

It's a challenge to figure out which roll cake to order at Neo Coffee Bar.

161 Frederick St Unit 100, Toronto, ON, M5A 4P3

Hint: there are multiple locations downtown.

Possibly the best hot chocolate I've had at Quantum Coffee.

460 King St W, Toronto, ON, M5V 1L7

Tip: The cafe is right next to BrainStation, so it's a common study area for students.

I like to try the seasonal flavours at Hestia.

66 Wellington St W, Toronto, ON, M5J 2W4

If you're looking for quality coffee, Sam James Coffee Bar (SJCB) could be your thing.

PATH, 150 King St W, Toronto, ON, M5H 3T9

Hint: there are multiple locations downtown.

You could get your caffeine fix in either tea or coffee at Dineen Coffee Co.

199 Bay St, Toronto, ON, J4Y 0K7

Hint: there are multiple locations downtown.

The pear cider is worth the visit at Pilot Coffee Roasters.

100 King St W, Toronto, ON, M5H 4A6

There is no shortage of unique flavours of coffee at Mos Mos Coffee.

130 King St W, Toronto, ON, M5X 1K6

There are tables and wifi so it's a perfect study area and their avocado smash toast is a nice treat for lunch at Vanta Coffee Club.

2101 Brimley Rd #111, Scarborough, ON, M1S 2B4

If you live uptown, there are delish eclairs at Fleur Patisserie.

180 Enterprise Blvd Unit 103, Markham, ON, L6G 1B3

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