Indie Coffee Passport Returns to Toronto to Showcase 26 Independent Coffee Shops
Karen Ng/ @sincerelykn
If there is one thing that Torontonians can’t seem to get enough of, it’s coffee.
There are many coffee shops around Toronto, and while a number of them belong to big chains like Starbucks and Tim Hortons, a vast majority of coffee shops are independent.
Luckily for all those in need of a constant caffeine-fix, Indie Coffee Passport has returned to Toronto! It offers you the chance to visit 26 independent coffee shops and cafés in a span of seven months. Between April and October 2016, you can visit each of these cafés and get a taste of what they have to offer. With seven months to explore, it is the perfect summer/fall activity.
Here is a list of the participating cafés: Atlas Espresso Bar, Bivy, Clockwork Coffee, The Coffee Bar Inc., The Coffee Lab, Coffee Public, Coffee Public (Artscape Youngplace), Creeds Coffee Bar, Cygnet Coffee, Field Trip Coffee, Fika, Fool Coffee, Golden, I Deal Coffee, Cafe M, Madhus Cafe, Cafe Neon (Wallace), Cafe Neon (Queen), Cafe Novo, The Only Cafe, Outpost Coffee Roasters, Redline Espresso, Reunion Island, The Strong One, Tokyo Smoke, and Tucana Coffee.
You can purchase the Passport online here, or at the participating cafés. Since it is already May (can you believe it?!), I would suggest you purchase it NOW and start your Toronto caffeine tour.
Other cities offering the passport include: Ottawa, Montreal, Vermont, Chicago, East Bay, and Washington D.C.
For more Toronto dining and travel news, click here.