Toronto Café Guide - Best Cafes Near Me

Discover the vibrant coffee culture of Toronto with a curated selection of some of favourite coffee shops scattered across the city.

Elevate your caffeinated explorations with our Toronto Cafe Passport, designed to be your trusted companion on the quest for the city's best cafes. After sampling the delights of each café, take a moment to jot down your personal notes and ratings in the passport.

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Balzac's Coffee

2256 Bloor St W

The first Balzac’s café was opened in Stratford, Ontario, in 1996, by entrepreneur Diane Olson. 

Barocco x Nino

974 College St

Don't forget to check out Barocco X Nino's gourmet retail offerings, including artisanal chocolates, olive oil, and more.  

Butter and Spice

1418 Dundas St W

Beyond their mouthwatering treats, the owner and confectioner creates a delightful experience for customers.  

De Mello Coffee

2489 Yonge St

With De Mello Coffee's commitment to sustainability and community, they create a harmonious future for coffee and the planet. 

Dineen Coffee

140 Yonge St

Step inside and savor the ornate details, natural light, and signature red-leather banquette. 

Fahrenheit Coffee

529 Richmond St W

They pride themselves on expertly crafting the perfect cup of coffee, with three different espresso origins that rotate seasonally. 

Maderas Cafe

456 Ossington Ave

Maderas Café is the ultimate destination for Colombian coffee culture in Toronto's west end.  

Mallo Coffee & Bar

785 Bathurst St

Every. Damn. Day — that’s their slogan. Get your morning fix at Mallo Coffee Bar, where they serve up a selection of fresh coffees and pastries daily.  

Neo Coffee Bar

161 Frederick St Unit 100

Their welcoming atmosphere is a community space for everyone, from nearby schools to big offices.  

Oakwood Espresso

342 Oakwood Ave

Don't miss out on this local gem - come for the coffee, stay for the charm. 

Piedmont Coffee Bar

66 Isabella St Unit 4

Piedmont Coffee Bar is a hidden gem in the heart of Toronto, located on Isabella Street just west of Church Street. 

Pilot Coffee

117 Ossington Ave

Pilot Coffee Roasters have been around since 2009, bringing specialty coffee to the city with a focus on ethical sourcing.  

Propeller Coffee

50 Wade Ave

As Micro-Roaster of the Year in 2016, they're known for their high-quality coffee and sustainable practices.  


385 Roncesvalles Ave

Get ready to fuel up with Reunion Coffee Roasters (RCR), the family-owned coffee roaster that's all about sustainability and great taste.  

Rooster Coffee Company

568 Jarvis St

Rooster Coffeehouse launched in 2009 and built their store with friends and neighbors.  

Tandem Coffee

368 King St E

Step into Tandem Café for some wholesome vibes and love at first sip! Tandem Café is the ultimate chill spot in Little Trinity Church.  

The Maker Bean

1052 Bloor St W

The Maker Bean Cafe is Canada's first maker space cafe. Laser cutting, 3D printing, kids camps, and workshops with locally sourced coffee and food.  

The Sovereign

3 Oakwood Ave

The Sovereign was founded by childhood friends Rosario Salvi and Gianfranco Voce. These two Italian gents are serious about serving up excellent coffee in a cozy, welcoming space.  


1020 Meyerside Dr. Unit 4

It’s a haven for both industry insiders and wandering aficionados seeking the perfect brew. 

The Social Blend

130 Eglinton Ave E

A serene escape from Eglinton's bustle, inviting patrons to linger, perhaps at the window counter for some leisurely people-watching. 

Ethica Coffee Roasters

213 Sterling Rd

Their dog-friendly approach and diverse pastry selection ensure a welcoming experience for all.  

Velvet Sunrise Coffee Roaster

200 Queen St W

The unwavering toil and determination of their farmers guarantee that each cup of coffee embarks on its delicious journey to the customer, embodying the essence of quality and dedication.