Gingerbread is the quintessential holiday flavour. There is something about the combination of molasses and ginger that keep people coming back for more. Whether you love the cookies, or want the flavour in a latte, Toronto has you covered. Here is the best gingerbread in Toronto to try this holiday season.[Photo of Mad Batter Bakers by Jennifer D’Agostino]
Christmas cookies are a holiday season tradition, with bakeries across the city working overtime to keep up with the demand. You can buy an assortment of traditional and contemporary cookies perfect for your holiday celebrations, or as the perfect pair with a cup of coffee. Here are the best cookies in Toronto to try this year.[Photo of Sweet Escapes holiday cookies by Jennifer D’Agostino]
This time of year, peppermint finds its way into our favourite treats and we know the holiday season has begun. Bakeries across Toronto have found creative ways to include the classic candy cane flavour in their favourite menu items. From cupcakes to macarons, you will find peppermint everywhere! Here are the best peppermint treats in Toronto to try this year.[Photo of The Bake Shoppe’s Candy Cane Lane by Jennifer D’Agostino]
From gelato to cupcakes and lattes Toronto restaurants and bakeries offer up delicious takes on eggnog each holiday season. Fans of the spiked festive drink better get their fill now before these treats at gone! Here are the best eggnog flavoured eats and drinks in Toronto.[Photo of Prairie Girl eggnog cupcake by Jennifer D’Agostino]
What’s better than a croissant? A croissant filled with chocolate! Pain au chocolat is a traditional French pastry that is flaky and crispy on the outside, and doughy and chocolate-y on the inside. A favourite for many pastry and chocolate lovers, Torontonians are lucky that there are many French bakeries that make the perfect pain au chocolat. Here are the best pain au chocolat in Toronto.[Photo courtesy of Douce France]
Toronto is filled with amazing cafés and new and exciting ones are opening year after year, which makes choosing the best a difficult task. But we managed to narrow it down to the top ones that never disappoint. Each have something special to offer. So, without further ado, here are the cafés in the 6 that will win you over every time. [Photo courtesy of Sorry Coffee Co.]
The diverse options that make up Toronto’s tea scene include Turkish cafés, jam and preserve shops, traditional English service and cozy tea rooms, making Toronto a tea-lover’s dream. Here are the quaintest tea shops in the city.
Focusing on flavourful beans with a conscious, the fair trade coffee movement is rooted in transparency, respect and equality. Fair trade coffee offers up all the flavour you would expect in your morning cup of joe, but it comes from a sustainable industry that has a low-impact on the environment. Here are some of the best fair trade coffee shops and cafés in Toronto.
Whether it’s sipped from a hipster-perfect stubby bottle, spouted from a Nitro tap system or just poured into a plain ol’ glass, cold brew coffee has officially taken Toronto by storm. In addition to the majority of Toronto juice bars serving up the sumptuous spin on the iced coffee, these home-brewed (high five) cafés and coffee houses will set you up with a chilled glass of the gourmet coffee drink.
Ugh. It’s the middle of the month and you’re already behind in paying the bills. Money’s tight and so eating out is not in the cards. Or so you thought. These five lifesavers dish out fantastic fare at such a reasonable price, you can stop worrying about your finances and enjoy a great meal. Who says inexpensive food has to be boring?
Toronto is a heavily caffeinated city. We like coffee no matter what time, day or night. Here are my top five picks for a cup of joe around town:
The verdict is in: Toronto has gone crazy for kombucha. The fermented tea drink is great for detoxification, immune system boosting, and digestion and has the sweet, carbonated taste of an all-natural soda or happy hour mocktail. So naturally, we’ve rounded up the top places to pick up some that are all locally made in the 6. [Feature image: Antivice Juicery]
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