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Everyone loves a nice cozy and cute cafe. Whether you're trying to find a spot for the perfect first date or just trying to find a chill place to study, these Toronto cafes will deliver on all fronts. With delicious pastries, strong espresso and eye-catching decor; these are the 20 cutest cafes in Toronto.
Cocoon Coffee, located in North York, is a cozy and quiet cafe serving a variety of espresso drinks and macarons. The mixture of industrial and comfy design features create a unique atmosphere.
With several locations across the city, Balzac's Powerhouse is house in an old heritage building in Davenport Village and known for their high-quality beans.
Maman is the definition of a "sweet little cafe". The Parisian themed spot features large wooden tables, plants hanging from the ceiling and pastries lining the counters. It transports guests into a state of perpetual calm --all while enjoying a hot cup of joe.
Visit this Queen West staple for a calm and cozy experience. With exposed brick and industrial lightbulbs, there is a huge wood table ideal for studying. The cafe offers up a full menu of brightly-hued dishes, craft beers and natural wines.
Cops may be known for its mini-doughnuts and strong brew but it should be mentioned that the place is entirely pink. From the coffee machine to the wallpaper, you'll have more than enough photo opportunities.
The minimalist interiors, paired with the sprawling patio offer up a great oasis to sip on a cappuccino. While the interior may be small, the huge patio makes it the ideal summer coffee date spot.
Kitten and The Bear, which is designed to look like a cottage in the English countryside, boasts beautiful decor and delicious scones.
This Swedish-inspired cafe in Kensington is a home away from home for many. Intended to foster a sense of escape, this cute cafe welcomes locals with open arms.
AM Coffee is equal parts coffee shop and wellness studio space. You'll be able to take away a little motivational inspiration and even take a class if you're up for it.
Ninetails coffee bar is named after the mythical fox spirit from East Asian folklore. The decor also has some East-Asian inspiration, making for a very serene and tranquil cafe.
Former Rooster employee Michie Yamamoto opened this tandem bicycle themed spot housed in one of Corktown's old brick houses.
The Broadview outpost of this coffee shop is graced with one of the best views of the city skyline. Come early on weekends as the place is consistently busy.
Although this Leslieville patisserie is known for their custom cakes and baked goods, it is also home to a warm and enticing cafe.
This Nordic-inspired cafe reflects the surreal natural landscape of the Norwegian fjords through the striking angular architecture. The airy space is the ideal place to enjoy a quality roast.
The French bakery and cafe on Spadina is a bustling spot and a city favourite for a casual coffee date. Known for doling out some of the city's best chocolate chip cookies, this unpretentious spot is cute in its own right.
From the same owners as Cops, this Bloor and Lansdowne cafe features bleacher-style seating and fantastic natural lighting. Our recommendations? A flat white and hot cakes.
Tucana Coffee resides in a teeny space on Dundas West. Its pink and floral walls create a warm and inviting atmosphere.
This Toronto coffee institution has a few locations around the city. The cutest? The Dinneen outpost, which features its stunning blue counter and comfy pink couches.
It's easy to pass by this tiny coffee shop but you'd be missing out. Along with its quaint atmosphere, you'll find some of the best matcha in the city.
This Queen West cafe -- which shares its space with Daily Press Juicery -- is known for its unique offerings. Grab a cereal milk latte and enjoy the laid back atmosphere.