1. Fahrenheit Coffee // 120 Lombard St

At Fahrenheit Coffee, Toronto winters have never been cozier. Try their Kenya Weithaga beans, which adds a cool red wine flavour to your java.


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2. Dineen Coffee Co. // 140 Yonge St

Dineen is one of the most beautiful coffee shops in the city, with its sleek black pillars and iconic spoke lights. Their signature Temperance blend goes well with their Tuna and Apple Brie sandwich.


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3. Jet Fuel Coffee Shop Inc. // 519 Parliament St

Jet Fuel Coffee Shop is a Toronto landmark that combines two of the city’s booming cultures: coffee and cycling. Stop by for a hot cup of coffee to help you face the wintery day.


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4. Te Aro // 983 Queen St E

This Toronto coffee shop is the cool guy on the block. Their delicious coffee and infamous latte art makes for a killer combination.


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5. Manic Coffee // 426 College St

Manic Coffee offers the perfect ambience for studying or relaxing with friends. Aside from perfectly-filtered coffee, the shop also serves gelato and sorbets made from natural ingredients.


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6. Jimmy’s Coffee // 107 Portland St

Jimmy’s Coffee is a coffee shop with a great sense of community. Here, you’re bound to have a pleasant conversation with one of their baristas or a kind stranger; with a delicious cup of Jimmy’s in hand of course.


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7. Little Nicky’s Coffee // 375 Queen St W

Little Nicky’s is where coffee shop meets diner. Most coffee shops pride themselves on their unique beans or their artistic baristas; but Little Nicky’s prides itself on its delectable $4-a-dozen mini donuts.


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8. Cafe Pamenar // 307 Augusta Ave

If you’re in the Kensington area, you must stop by Cafe Pamenar. This coffee shop combines a natural feel with industrial elements, and serves affordable cappuccinos, lattes, macchiatos, and more.


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9. Sense Appeal Coffee Roasters // 96 Spadina Ave

This Toronto coffee shop lives up to its name and is indeed appealing to the senses. Their smoked trout with capers and egg paired with a steaming cup of coffee makes for a breakfast in heaven.


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10. Boxcar Social // 4 Boulton Ave

Boxcar Social is the ultimate spot for socializing. They serve a great selection of social drink standards, including irresistible coffees, wines, beers and whiskeys.


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11. Balzac’s // 1 Trinity St

Balzac’s is essentially an old toy factory converted in to a coffee shop. They have a variety of unique coffee blends such as the Atwood blend, which was inspired by Canadian author Margaret Atwood.

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12. Early Bird Espresso & Brew Bar // 613 Queen St W

Early Bird is a great place to start off your morning. They’ve got a great selection of specialty blends, including Caballero Geisha & Caballero Java Honduras.


There are so many other amazing coffee shops in Toronto that it seems unfair to name just 12. Here are a few honourable mentions that are just as great:

  • Fairgrounds Roastery Cafe
  • Tango Palace Coffee Co.
  • R-Squared Cafe
  • White Squirrel Coffee Shop
  • Capital Espresso
  • Rooster Coffee House
  • Sam James Coffee Bar
  • Seven Grams Espresso Bar
  • M Square Coffee Co.
  • Crema
  • Rise Espresso
  • Bulldog Coffee
  • de Mello Palheta

Happy sipping!

Source: Narcity.com

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