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
Here is a list of the participating cafés: Atlas Espresso Bar
, Clockwork Coffee
, The Coffee Bar Inc.
, The Coffee Lab
, Coffee Public
, Coffee Public (Artscape Youngplace)
, Creeds Coffee Bar
, Cygnet Coffee
, Field Trip Coffee
, Fool Coffee
, 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.