Coffee & Treats in North York

$6 for $10 Worth of Frozen Yogurt, Crepes, and Coffee at Yeh! Frozen Yogurt & Cafe

Yeh! Frozen Yogurt & Cafe - Toronto - Spadina

Downtown Toronto

The frozen yogurt is available in flavors such as cake batter, chocolate, honey greek & eggnog

C$10 C$6

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Exotic Coffee, Tea, and Cheesecake at Coffee Jazz Mixers (Up to 44% Off). Four Options Available.

Coffee Jazz Mixers

Willowdale

Live jazz plays as patrons savor Cheesecake Factory cheesecake and sip coffee from Jamaica, Hawaii, or Indonesia

C$20 C$12

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One or Three Groupons, Each Good for $10 Worth of Frozen Yogurt at Menchie's Frozen Yogurt (50% Off)

Menchie's Frozen Yogurt

St. Clair West

Frozen yogurt flavors such as cookie dough and peach topped with fresh fruit, candy bites, chocolate syrup, and other treats

$10 $5

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Waffles and Coffee for Two or Four, Five Bags of Waffle Bites, or Gelato at La Vizziata (Up to 52% Off)

La Vizziata

The Junction

Enjoy scoops of house-made gelato, bags of bite-sized waffles, or deluxe Belgian waffles paired with steaming cups of coffee

C$22.40 C$12

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$11 for a Nordic-Style Afternoon Tea for Two at Karelia Kitchen ($24.40 Value)

Karelia Kitchen

Bloordale Village

Saffron-and-pistachio coffee cake or macadamia-nut-shortbread cookies fuel teatime, along with organic coffee and loose-leaf teas

C$24.40 C$11

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$16 for Tea, Scones, Finger Sandwiches, and More at Iron Rose Tea Gallery ($27 Value)

Iron Rose Tea Gallery

Downtown Toronto

Teas service for two includes scones, finger sandwiches, and a choice of two ice creams or pastries

C$27 C$16

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$64 for Afternoon or Twilight Tea for Two at the Windsor Arms Hotel Tea Room ($100 Value)

Windsor Arms Hotel Tea Room

Downtown Toronto

Afternoon Tea and Twilight Tea services feature more than 30 loose-leaf teas, fresh sandwiches, buttery scones, and desserts

C$100 C$64

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Coffee and Pastries at For The Win Cafe (Up to 40% Off). Three Options Available.

For The Win Cafe

Toronto

Cozy cafe pairs pastries and lattes with more than 500 board games

C$10 C$6

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$32 for a Winter Afternoon Tea Service for Two at T-Buds ($62 Value)

T-Buds

Yonge-Lawrence Village

A traditional english afternoon tea with classic tea sandwiches, scones, and mini cakes served with a pot of tea of your choice

C$62 C$32

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Columbus Bakery's adept bakers employ Colombian ingredients and enthusiasm to craft a range of traditional sweet and savoury baked goods. A completely Colombian staff stuff baked and deep-fried desserts with tropical fillings, including guava and sweet arequipe, to satisfy diners and fight off packs of roving birthday cakes. Colombian coffee complements both traditional finger foods and baked goods. Bathed in natural light, the cafe space's tile floor, tall stools, colourful hanging lamps, and shelves piled with pastries welcome northerners with a South American flair.

2931 Dufferin Street
Toronto,
ON
CA

When coming up with a recipe for The Mad Italian’s gelato, the owner enlisted the help of a Italian family who had been using the same recipe for generations. A selection of more than 50 flavours includes milk-based varieties, such as dulce de leche and pumpkin pie, and an additional reserve of water-based flavours takes on fruitier variations, including blood orange and blueberry basil. In addition to scooping authentic gelato, the staff brews Caffè Haiti espresso, a 100% arabica blend imported directly from Rome.

Owner Eli Turkienicz wondered what he could add to the menu to combat the wintertime slump of gelato sales and frozen tongue syndrome. In true gelateria form, the answer came in a cone: Zazzu hot pizza cones. The savoury treats portably encase toppings such as meatballs and mozzarella or turkey and basil pesto. The cooks also whip up a menu of salads and paninis.

1581 Bayview Ave
Toronto,
ON
CA

What began as a single store with a single recipe in 1983 has since expanded to coat tongues across Canada with its handcrafted, always-fresh repertoire of premium ice cream. The aroma of freshly baked waffle cones roams freely throughout each Marble Slab Creamery location, luring customers counterside to watch staff members blend nuts, fruits, and candies into a variety of ice cream flavours atop a frozen slab. Ultra-fresh ingredients, including dairy products from local farms, vanilla from Madagascar, and fine European chocolates with up-to-date passports join forces to infuse each bite with an extra punch of sweetness. In addition to standard cones, Marble Slab Creamery's daily-made ice cream can also be savoured in the form of ice cream cakes, milkshakes, and floats, and low-fat yogourts offer a lighter, equally delicious alternative.

2032 Queen Street East
Toronto,
ON
CA

The team of grilling maestros at Lick’s Homeburgers & Ice Cream bring a menu of burgers, wraps, and diner fare to life with quality ingredients, such as lean ground steak and fresh vegetables delivered daily. The Lick's homeburger ($4.99) is a savoury patty made from steam pasteurized Canadian beef, that can be topped with mango chutney or zucchini relish before it chugs toward expectant mouths atop a fresh-toasted bun. Lick’s soy-based vegan Nature burgers ($5.49) sate palates with their hefty quarter-pound composition virtually devoid of cholesterol. A Chick’n Lick’n wrap ($6.99) snuggles barbecue chicken breast and melty cheese into a soft tortilla, and trans-fat-free regular fries ($2.89) cooked in 100 per cent canola oil before dutifully accompanying main dishes on the harrowing voyage from kitchen to human stomach to whale stomach.

654 Danforth Ave
Toronto,
ON
CA

Having crafted cakes for celebrities including Hugh Hefner and Cujo, Sugarbuds’ husband-and-wife duo of Greg Robb and Sabrina Singh employ their sizeable confectionary know-how to whip up freshly baked cupcakes available in various icing, filling, and eggless or regular cake options. Commission the construction of a cupped treat sporting a red velvet or lemon topping. A carrot cake deftly bridges the gap between vegetable and dessert more successfully than a broccoli lollypop. The chocolate cake also features flowers and designs with buttercream. Orders must be placed 24 hours in advance of pickup, granting patrons a chance to determine which cupcake they’ll eat first and which cupcake they will eat while walking their pet llama.

360 Old Kingston Rd
Scarborough,
ON
CA

For the Love of Cake, helmed by cupcake countess Genevieve Griffin, offers dessert desirers freshly baked cupcakes made with quality ingredients. The bakery's 4-dimensional cupcake particularly stands out, with its multi-layered melding of cake, filling, topping, and garnish. The decadent treats come in 25 different flavours, and the bakery offers at least nine of those flavours each day. (Check the sweet spot's Twitter feed for daily offerings.) The Strawberry Shortcake cupcake injects juicy strawberry puree into its angel-food-cake fluff and tops it off with whipped cream and a strawberry slice, and the Crazy Carrot cupcake puts a pit of pineapple filling under a crowd of cream-cheese frosting and a candied carrot. Suffocate your sweet tooth with the chocolate overload of the Death by Chocolate cupcake, or freshen up your frosted feast with the mint overtones and moist chocolate of the Grasshopper.

171 E Liberty St
Toronto,
ON
CA