Posts Tagged ‘cafes’

  • Where to Eat in Toronto: Thobor’s

    on Apr 26, 13 • in Eat, Midtown, Neighbourhoods, Restaurants and Cafes • with Comments Off

    Thobors

    Craving a little taste of Paris in the heart of midtown Toronto? If so, Thobor's is where to eat in Toronto for you!

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  • Cafés in Toronto: Mediterranean-Inspired Café St. Germain

    on Jan 9, 12 • in Avenue and Lawrence, Restaurants and Cafes • with 1 Comment

    best cafes in Toronto, cafe st. germain, Mediterranean cafe

    Café St. Germain opened its doors on Avenue Road in September and is quickly becoming a local hot spot. The Mediterranean-inspired café, with its modern yet warm decor, draws you in right off the sidewalk. My family and I checked it out for brunch. A neighbourhood hub Café St. Germain opened on Avenue road with the aim of becoming a neighbourhood hub. In this area of town, where traffic can get pretty thick heading to and from the 401, it’s certainly a welcome addition to the neighbourhood as a place to spend some time enjoying

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  • Lil’ Bean N’ Green: Kids Friendly Cafe, Play, and Community

    on Oct 19, 11 • in Food and Drink, For Kids, For You, Green Living, Leslieville, Restaurants and Cafes • with Comments Off

    Lil' Bean N' Green. Activities to do with kids

    Finding a kid-friendly cafe in Toronto can pose a challenge and many urban moms are forced to endure less than cheerful atmospheres to partake in cafe culture. Instead of grinning and bearing the irritated glances, sighs, and eye-rolls of the childless masses, head to Lil’ Bean N’ Green in Leslieville. This one-of-a-kind cafe includes a play area for the kids, while offering a nice selection of drinks, eats and treats for all tastes. The Cafe Everything you could possibly want for you, and your little one, can be found on the mouth watering menus at Lil’ Bean N’ Green

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  • Four Family-Friendly Picks in the Toronto Distillery District

    on Oct 6, 11 • in Distillery District, Family, For You, Restaurants and Cafes • with Comments Off

    balzacs

    As Canada’s largest pedestrian only neighbourhood, Toronto’s Distillery District is a great place to take the kids. Developed in the former Gooderham and Worts distillery, the historical charm of brick walkways and Victorian architecture is unmatched anywhere in the city. Don’t miss these top 4 family-friendly places! Balzac’s Coffee Roasters Quench your need for caffeine at Balzac’s Coffee. The decor alone is worth the visit. Breathtaking cathedral ceilings, an immense and funky chandelier, and a second floor loft that gives an impressive view of diners below. Not to mention the awesome coffee. Balzac’s micro-roasts their

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