Coffee & Treats in Toronto

Menchie's Frozen Yogurt: Frozen Yogurt or Frozen-Yogurt Cake at Menchie's Frozen Yogurt (Up to 50% Off)

Frozen Yogurt or Frozen-Yogurt Cake at Menchie's Frozen Yogurt (Up to 50% Off)

Menchie's Frozen Yogurt


Frozen yogurt in flavors such as banana, spiced-chai latte, and toasted marshmallow come topped with fruit or candy

C$10 C$5

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

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

Iron Rose Tea Gallery


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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Yoyo's Yogurt Cafe: CC$6 for CC$10 Worth of Frozen Yogurt at YoYo's Yogurt Cafe

C$6 for C$10 Worth of Frozen Yogurt at YoYo's Yogurt Cafe

Yoyo's Yogurt Cafe

Multiple Locations

Wide variety of rotating flavours of fat-free frozen yogurt with more than 50 toppings such as brownie bites, graham crackers, or M&M’s

C$10 C$6

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

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

Coffee Jazz Mixers


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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Nathaniel's Bakery Boutique: One or Two Dozen Mini or Regular Cupcakes at Nathaniel's Bakery Boutique (Up to 53% Off)

One or Two Dozen Mini or Regular Cupcakes at Nathaniel's Bakery Boutique (Up to 53% Off)

Nathaniel's Bakery Boutique

Corso Italia

Beautifully baked and arranged, mini and regular-sized cupcakes make great additions to any party or event

C$22.20 C$12

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Bake Sale: CC$19 for CC$35.40 Worth of cupcakes at Bake Sale

C$19 for C$35.40 Worth of cupcakes at Bake Sale

Bake Sale

Multiple Locations

From the merchant: Choose a dozen assorted cupcakes from any of our 10 delicious flavours. Baked fresh from scratch every morning!

C$35.40 C$19

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Karelia Kitchen: CC$12 for a Nordic-Style Afternoon Tea for Two at Karelia Kitchen (CC$24.40 Value)

C$12 for a Nordic-Style Afternoon Tea for Two at Karelia Kitchen (C$24.40 Value)

Karelia Kitchen


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

C$24.40 C$12

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T-Buds Tea Lounge / The Uptown Tea Lounge: CC$32 for Summer Afternoon Tea for Two at T-Buds Tea Lounge and Creperie (CC$64 Value)

C$32 for Summer Afternoon Tea for Two at T-Buds Tea Lounge and Creperie (C$64 Value)

T-Buds Tea Lounge / The Uptown Tea Lounge

Yonge-Lawrence Village

A classic afternoon tea for two that starts with a cannelloni inspired appetizer and spa salad followed by a three tier platter of tea fare

C$64 C$32

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Ruelo Patisserie: CC$27.50 for Tea Time for Two at Ruelo Patisserie (CC$51.98 Value)

C$27.50 for Tea Time for Two at Ruelo Patisserie (C$51.98 Value)

Ruelo Patisserie

Multiple Locations

Pairs eat petite sandwiches and classic tea time delights with tea or coffee, followed by French-style desserts

C$51.98 C$27.50

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  • The Mad Italian Gelato Bar
    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.
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    1581 Bayview Ave
    Toronto, ON CA
  • Marble Slab Creamery- Corporate MC
    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.
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    2032 Queen St E
    Toronto, ON CA
  • Menchie's St. Clair West
    Though he couldn't have known it at the time, Adam Caldwell arranged what arguably could be considered one of the most successful first dates in modern history. He not only ended up marrying his date, Danna, but also had such a memorable time with her in the frozen-yogurt shop that the two of them were eventually inspired to start their own. They opened Menchie's Frozen Yogurt in California in 2007, and within just a few years, found themselves with a family of hundreds of thriving stores sprinkled all around the world. As the Menchie's brand grew, Adam and Danna kept a simple mission in mind: to make their customers smile. An adorable cast of animated characters is featured throughout the stores, including on the colorful spoons, and customers can have fun creating endless frozen-yogurt combinations. There are almost 150 rotating yogurt flavors, and the selection includes eight versions of vanilla. Of course, there are plenty of toppings as well, displayed in help-yourself bins filled with fresh fruit, nuts, cereal, and candy. The yogurt is made from fresh milk from a California dairy, and it is free of the artificial growth hormone rSBT. All the yogurt is kosher, and certain flavors accommodate vegan and gluten-free diets.
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    518 St. Clair Ave. W
    Toronto, ON CA
  • The Red Bench
    At the first organic homemade frozen yogurt and cookie bar in Toronto, an actual bench—its bright red planks flanked by wrought-iron arm rests—sits just outside the entrance to The Red Bench. It's clear that what you see is what you get at this organic dessert bar, which crafts six flavors of frozen yogurt in-house. The frozen yogurt is made with the highest quality organic ingredients, including organic Canadian milk and yogurt. There are no questionable ingredients in any of these flavors, and are complimented by 30 or so fruit, nut, and candy toppings that guests can serve themselves. Also, frozen yogurt is healthy— containing probiotic cultures, protein, calcium, vitamin B-2, B-12, potassium, and magnesium. But frozen yogurt is only one half of the equation at The Red Bench. Equally tempting are the made-to-order cookies, which start out as five organic cookie-dough bases. After choosing their base, guests can add in chunks of chocolate or clusters of nuts to create their own custom-made desserts. The cookies take only a few minutes to cook in the oven, after which they can be eaten or preserved inside a glass box for eternity. The Red Bench boasts over 25 premium loose leaf teas and organic coffee to warm the soul and soothe the mind.
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    611 Yonge Street
    Toronto, ON CA
  • Bonnie Gordon College of Confectionary Arts
    Whether traveling by plane or paddling a raft made of cupcakes across the ocean, aspiring culinary artists from around the globe descend upon Toronto to attend the Bonnie Gordon College of Confectionary Arts. Here, students receive schooling in baking, pastry arts, cake design, and confections. They enroll in full- or part-time programs, and after honing their skills, graduate with diplomas in their fields. The institute has built a world-renowned reputation by sticking to the delicious basics: its curriculum emphasizes proper techniques, while also fostering individual creativity. Even casual cooks can get their hands floury thanks to general-interest classes. During these intimate sessions, instructors share their wisdom in everything from artisanal breads to chocolate bon bons and haute couture cakes. Broader topics are available, too, including introductory classes to baking and cake decorating.
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    868 Eglinton Avenue West
    Toronto, ON CA
  • Menchie's Toronto
    Some first dates are so magical they’ll change your life, and this was the case for Danna and Adam Caldwell. The lovebirds had their first date at a frozen-yogurt shop where they discovered a mutual passion for frozen yogurt (and each other). In 2007, the now husband-and-wife duo created Menchie’s. Today, the frozen-yogurt franchise has grown to more than 250 locations around the world, and was ranked the fastest-growing chain in 2010. Each one, adorned with pictures of celebrities enjoying Menchie's treats on their walls, offers an assortment of self-serve yogurt flavours and toppings, which customers can mix into a yogurt cup or waffle bowl. The yogurt is made with fresh milk from Canadian dairy cows; many flavours are nonfat, no sugar added, even vegan.
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    865 York Mills Rd.
    Toronto, ON CA

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