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  • At 7 Baker, European and Asian flavours come together to create totally unique and delectable baked goods. With traditional European bread and pastry recipes infused with Asian flavours, this bakery is unlike anything you’ve ever laid eyes on. The shiny space features gold finishings that make the bakery gleam from the outside. If the shiny

  • Every dessert made at Adamson Bakery is surely made with love. The bakery opened up as a passion project by the same staff of Adamson Barbecue following prep cook Daniel Rios’s development of bread and bun recipes for Adamson’s authentic central Texas barbecue style. After another cook, Matthew Rushworth, made southern-style pies for the lunch

  • Being liberated from gluten has never been so sweet. Having opened in 2011, Almond Butterfly is a petite bakery and bistro that has always been completely gluten-free. All of the cupcakes and other fresh baked goods, from the bread used for sandwiches to the fluffy pancakes, are made from scratch daily, often from Almond Butterfly’s

  • Sitting pretty amidst the hustle and bustle of Chinatown East, Andrea’s Gerrard St. Bakery is a welcome reprieve from the street-side chaos. Owner Andrea Mut offers up a selection of fresh baked treats, sandwiches and coffee for the person dashing around town.

  • Save yourself the five-hour drive and stop in to one of Bagel House’s various locations for an authentic, wood oven, Montreal-style bagel. As opposed to the large and fluffy bagels that dominate the Toronto scene, these bagels are somewhat smaller and denser and sweeter, care of the honey water they are initially boiled in. Like

  • Bagel World has been baking bagels (obviously), pastries and breads for over 50 years in the heart of the Bathurst and Wilson and Thornhill areas. Expect New York‒style bagels, with their tender interiors covered by a nice skin as the go-to bagel here, but Bagel World is famous for its flat bagels and its giant

  • The three men, Kenton Chan, Vincent Lau, and Thomas Wong, who brought Chatime to Toronto have now also given us our first taste of Bake Code, the popular Taiwanese bakery that fuses Asian and European influences.

  • At Bake Shoppe, they’re serving up some sweet nostalgia in the form of a Pop-Tart. Pop-Tarts were the ultimate sugary treat, but as adults they don’t always taste as good as we remember. Well, Bake Shoppe wants to change that. Imitating the shape and style of everyone’s favourite breakfast treat, Bake Shoppe is putting a

  • Can you guess which pastry is treated like it own art form here? Baker and Scone is wholly dedicated to the numerous ways in which the scone can become a beacon of sweet, tender goodness or savoury, rich nourishment. The scone menu boasts nearly 50 flavours, including exciting options like orange, cardamon and date and

  • Finding the perfect balance between a culturally preserved and modern café, BB Café is the Persian bakery making a name for itself in North York. The cosy and cool interior is inviting, and the glass cases filled with treats galore will make you want to stay. BB serves a combination of Persian favourites and more

  • Step into Bean and Baker Malt Shop and instantly be taken back to the 1950s in all of their kitschy glory. The mom-and-pop-style shop, owned by the husband-and-wife team of Brennan and Liezel Anderson, is serving up good and honest food and drink, all made from top-quality ingredients. The open concept kitchen allows for diners

  • Be a vegan and eat your donut too!  Bloomers is just one place where vegans can get their sugar fix, worry-free. The homey bake shop and cafe offers up soups, salads and sandwiches alongside its assortment of baked goods such as bagels, cookies, and muffins.  Cakes are available in 6, 8 and 10-inch sizes and available through order-ahead

  • Bobbette & Belle is a female-founded-and-owned, upscale bakery that began with a fateful macaron. After Allyson Bobbitt and Sarah Bell had won a national award for wedding cake design and worked as the pastry chef at Canoe, respectively, they collaborated on a magazine shoot (featuring macarons) and knew they could make their love and skills,

  • In an effort to enjoy the last few weeks of beautiful biking weather (when it’s just warm enough to ride, but not so cold that your hands need mittens), we made a brunch stop out on Queen East. Riding down the extravagant Sherbourne bike lanes (can we take a second to just say how sad it is that there are so few of these in the city?), our destination, like many brunching east-enders’, was Bonjour Brioche.

  • Torontonians may not be familiar with Brioche Dorée, but Parisians certainly are. Dishing out goods since 1976, the successful French café-bakery is taking baby steps into the Canuck market. After opening at kiosk at Pearson Airport, the chain has just opened its first downtown Toronto location (with more to come), offering brioche, baguettes, pastries and more.

  • With pink walls, chalkboard paint, and a colourful garland made from shredded paper, Bunner’s Bake Shop fits right into the bright and lively Kensington Market neighbourhood. The fact that their menu is entirely vegan and gluten-free certainly helps, too. Every single sweet treat that enters their ovens is completely plant-based and made with ingredients that

  • Calling all sweet tooths! Thornhill café and bakery Cafe Login is serving espresso drinks, teas and cakes from Rahier Patisserie, as well as a macaron selection that changes every day, from its huge space. For exciting macaron flavours, think double cheese and red wine fig, and Cafe Login sells the discarded macaron cookie scraps in

  • Carousel Bakery is one of Toronto’s most iconic vendors in the St. Lawrence Market. Located on the second level and posted up under a huge yellow, red and blue sign that’s reminiscent of a country far, it’s pretty hard to miss. This famed bakery has been serving up Canada’s best peameal bacon sandwiches for over

  • Taste a mother’s love in every bite of a treat from Charmaine Sweets. Owner Teresa Ho and her daughter are baking cookies, cakes and other sweet pastries from their Leaside locale. Trained in the classic French techniques of pastry baking, Ho not only shares her love and expertise of all baked goods through her menu

  • Clove Apple Cafe

    At Clove Apple Cafe, they won’t serve you anything they don’t like themselves. Based in the Kurdish understanding of hospitality, of which the clove apple is a symbol, the people behind this new joint test all their recipes for food and drink to ensure they know the taste and quality the customer is getting and