Ready, set, fish! For heart-healthy fare, super fresh seafood is readily available.
Enjoy a small, bite-sized snack from Tea Shop 168 and cure your hunger pains.
Keep some frozen food from here on hand and pop it in the microwave or oven when you need a quick and easy meal.
Tea Shop 168's selection of bread goes great with any meal you were planning on making.
Eating healthy isn't always easy, but with produce on hand like this it just got easier.
If you are starting to run low on oil and vinegar, head on over here and pick up your favorites.
When you're in the mood to bake, remember to add a dash of extra sweetness. It will make your creations come alive like never before.
Healthy eaters realize the importance of dairy in their diet. Make sure you're getting your fill of Vitamin D with dairy products from Tea Shop 168.
Your mouth will be watering from the fantastic meats available at this location.
Do you have a new pasta recipe that you've been dying to try? Pick up some noodles and treat yourself to a tasty dish.
Tea Shop 168 makes it easy to quench your thirst by stocking water for whenever you need it.
The drinks available here are a great way to restore your body's natural balance, so start sipping.
Next time you're in a rush, check out the amazing TV dinners available here to get you going out the door.
Soup, vegetables, fruit, these are just a few of the canned items available here.
Say goodbye to bland when you select one of their many spices or seasonings.
Keep your energy and mood up all day long with a tasty coffee or refreshing tea from Tea Shop 168.
Cereal tastes so good, you'll want to eat it around the clock (so go ahead!).
Tea Shop 168 is located near a variety of parking options, making your selection a quick and easy one.
The inspiration for Gong Cha Tea's name came from an ancient Chinese ceremony: gong cha, the act of offering tea as tribute to the Emperor. That royal ritual might seem like a lot to live up to, but the café strives to maintain exceptionally high standards by offering more than 50 kinds of teas, coffees, and blended drinks. A few of their best sellers are peach green tea, mango smoothies, brown sugar milk tea and their signature foam series drinks. Most teas can be ordered hot or cold, and customers get to customize their drinks from choosing their ice, sugar level, and desired topping to get the perfect personalized drink.
Think of a game—really just about any game—and there's a good chance that Mystery Room Board Game Café has it. That's because the largest board-game facility in Toronto has hundreds of board games, from Battleship and The Settlers of Catan to chess and Chinese checkers. And what's more is that it has everything necessary for a successful game night. Tables and chairs? Of course. Air to breathe? Yes. Knowledgeable helpers who can assist you in choosing a game? You bet. Snacks? Just look at the menu of sandwiches, salads, and pastas topped with meatballs or Italian sausage—all of which go great with bubble teas and soft drinks.
Jennifer Best couldn't sleep. A bout of fibromyalgia was keeping her wide awake, and though she experimented with allopathic and naturopathic sleep remedies, it was no use. Then she tried something new: a tea blend called Sweet Dreams. The brew was so effective that not only did it give Jennifer some much-needed shut-eye, but by morning it had inspired her to change careers. She explored the local loose-leaf-tea market and was amazed to find how many good varietals were out there, varietals she thought others might appreciate the way she had appreciated Sweet Dreams.
Jennifer started small, founding Steeped and Infused in 2007 as an online store that sold 20 different teas. But her fan base blossomed, and today the website—which now sells roughly 70 varieties. Like the queen's childhood toy box, her inventory includes everyday black, green, and rooibos teas, but also features yerba mate and pu-erh—a centuries old Chinese blend made from high-quality large leaves. She complements these with a small selection of accessories, such as tea filters and mesh steeping balls.
Iron Rose Tea Gallery is just that—a sort-of gallery filled with teas and treats that are almost too beautiful to drink or eat. Jars marked with rainbow-colored labels brim with exotic tea blends in flavors that range from classic earl grey to honey pistachio biscotti ceylon or toasted caramel rooibos. Behind glass display cases, artisan pastries tempt sweet teeth, as does the selection of Belly gourmet ice creams, which are produced from only natural ingredients—like real milk, egg yolks, and vanilla—in nearby Muskoka. Of course, Iron Rose Tea Gallery is a real gallery as well—while they sip, guests can peruse a curated collection of photography, eyeball jewelry from local artists, and marvel at the rare scones kept behind glass.
Owned by the W Burger Bar crew, College Station Cafe opens up for breakfast, but the staff is up long before breakfast hours, baking bread and pastries in-house to fuel the day ahead. Their efforts yield five types of bread, including white, multigrain, rye, french baguettes, and Montreal–style bagels, that guests can order individually or sample in various sandwiches. Guests can wrap their mitts around jerk chicken sandwiches topped with mango salsa, roasted vegetable sandwiches paired with pesto and goat cheese, or grilled rainbow trout sandwiches lined with chipotle mayo and tartar sauce. In the morning, the staff offers up quiches, breakfast sandwiches, and locally roasted coffee warm enough to wake guests up or thaw a frozen windshield.