5 Must try coffee shops in Toronto: Uxia Lojo


Just like any other bustling city, Toronto boasts a diverse array of coffee shops where you can savor a delightful cup of joe and, in some cases, indulge in delectable desserts. The ambiance of these establishments and the friendliness of their staff are crucial factors that enhance the overall experience.

The only drawback one might encounter is the early closing hours in certain instances. With that being said, I would like to highlight a few of my preferred coffee shops in Toronto:

French Made is located at 80 Blue Jays Way, Toronto, ON M5V 2G3, Canada

French Made: Situated in the heart of downtown, this café lives up to its name by offering an authentic French experience, complete with flavorful French desserts.

Cafe Zuzu is located at 555 Dundas St E, Toronto, ON M5A 2B7, Canada

Cafe Zuzu: Located in Regent Park, this charming café caters to all-day cravings with its wide selection of coffee, homemade Italian pastries, and breakfast and lunch options.

Cafe 23 is located at 728 Queen St W, Toronto, ON M6J 1E8, Canada

Cafe 23: Nestled near Trinity Bellwoods, Cafe 23 stands out with its delightful patios resembling lush gardens, serving pastries sourced from local bakeries.

Nofa’s Coffee and Bakery is located at 699 Lansdowne Ave, Toronto, ON M6H 3Y9, Canada

• Nofa: With a cozy and serene atmosphere created by its dark wood decor, Nofa provides a range of hot and cold beverages along with delectable baked goods.

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Cops is located at 445 Adelaide St W, Rear entrance enter on, Morrison St, Toronto, ON M5V 1T1, Canada

Cops: This popular spot is renowned for its scrumptious donuts and convenient takeaway coffee, perfect for a quick on-the-go treat. However, I also recommend taking the time to enjoy the company of friends inside.

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Uxia Lojo

Author: Uxía Lojo, Marketing and Content Coordinator is based in Toronto, Canada. Uxía is a graduate of Journalism from Universidad Carlos III de Madrid and holds a Diploma in Business from Ilac College, Toronto.

With a passion for big data analytics and digital marketing, Uxía continuously strives to enhance her expertise in these fields.  She has a natural curiosity and thoroughly enjoys engaging with people to discover their unique stories. If you have any stories to share please email: uxiamiranda@gmail.com


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