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10 Best Coffee Shops in Toronto’s Yorkville

10 Best Coffee Shops in Toronto’s Yorkville

Looking for the best coffee shops in Yorkville to grab delicious brews and pastries?

Bloor-Yorkville is known as the swanky part of Toronto, and it’s an absolutely lovely area to explore.

While there are a lot of luxury stores in Yorkville, there are also mid-range stores like Aritzia and Nordstrom Rack in the neighbourhood!

It’s one of the best shopping destinations in Toronto, and it’s also been home to Toronto Fashion Week for the last several years.

Even if you don’t plan on doing any luxury shopping, it’s still a super nice neighbourhood to explore.

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I also love hitting up Eataly for Italian groceries whenever I’m in the area, and there are tons of incredible restaurants in the Yorkville neighbourhood as well!

Here are some of the top Yorkville coffee shops you absolutely must visit in Toronto.

If you’re in the mood for some exploring, grab a coffee and go on this self-guided audio walking tour to learn more about the history of the Yorkville neighbourhood!

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Sorry Coffee, Toronto
The copper machines and marble counters make for aesthetically-pleasing decor at Sorry Coffee Co.

Sorry Coffee Co

Sorry Coffee Co is one of my fave cafés in Toronto, and they’ve got all kinds of incredible specialty coffee drinks.

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Their café is super cute and very aesthetic, and you can find it at the back of the Kit & Ace store in its own little spot.

Sorry Coffee, Toronto
Latte art from Sorry Coffee Co.

There are a limited number of seats though, so arrive early if you want one, or just grab takeout and head over to the Yorkville Rock to enjoy your coffee!

You can also peep out the latest at Kit & Ace, an awesome Canadian clothing brand based out of Vancouver.

LOCATION: 102 Bloor St. West, Toronto, ON


Goldstruck Coffee

Goldstruck is actually below ground so it’s a little dark inside, but it’s still a super cute and cozy café to visit.

They use organic and fairtrade coffee beans, which are all ground fresh to order.

Try their unique Halva Latte or Cayenne Latte, or go for a classic Cappuccino!

They also make their own pastries and cookies in-house, and they even have a small selection of sandwiches and salads on the menu if you’re hungry.

LOCATION: 130 Cumberland St, Toronto, ON


A-OK Cafe

If ya haven’t heard already, Aritzia now has their own café.

As you’d expect, their cafés are just as aesthetically-pleasing as their stores are.

You can find A-OK at a few Aritzia stores in both Canada and the USA, and one of them is their flagship on Bloor Street in Toronto.

They’ve got classic espresso and tea drinks like their Vanilla Latte or London Fog, as well as more unique seasonal items like their Ca Phe Da (Vietnamese coffee) and Sparkling Matcha Lemonade.

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They’ve got quite a few tables inside if you’re looking to get some work done, or some cute patio seating out front if you’re looking to enjoy a coffee date in the sun!

LOCATION: 50 Bloor St. West, Toronto, ON


Balzac’s Reference Library

Balzac’s is a beloved Toronto coffee chain, brewing up amazing specialty drinks using their own coffee beans.

The Café Canadien is my absolute fave drink here, and I always get it with macadamia nut milk!

They’ve got tons of location across the GTA, and they’ve got a location inside the Toronto Reference Library by Bloor-Yonge Station.

Get some work done at one of the shared tables, or do some people watching at one of the bar seats by the windows facing Yonge Street.

LOCATION: 789 Yonge St, Toronto, ON


Coco Espresso Bar

Get an authentic taste of Southern Italy at this café in Yorkville that also serves up some of the best gelato in Toronto.

From Cappuccinos to Macchiatos, they’ve got all the classic espresso drinks on the menu.

They also make their handcrafted gelato in an old Italian style using organic ingredients, so you’re truly getting the real deal here.

Even their pastries (like their cannoli and zeppole) are handmade using organic ingredients!

LOCATION: 21 Bellair St, Toronto, ON


ZAZA Espresso Bar

ZAZA is by the same people behind Coco Espresso Bar, and they’ve got several locations across Toronto where they serve up authentic Italian coffee and gelato.

Their beans are hand-roasted in Italy by a 3rd-generation coffee roaster family using traditional artisan methods, and many of their baristas are even from Italy to give the full authentic experience!

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You can find their Yorkville locations inside the Yorkville Village food court and on Cumberland Street.

LOCATION: 162 Cumberland St, Toronto, ON


Piedmont Coffee Bar

Piedmont is a super cool industrial-inspired coffee shop and bakery in the Yorkville neighbourhood.

They’ve got a large selection of coffee and tea drinks, including classics like their Cappuccinos or specialty ones like their Hojicha Latte.

Pair your coffee with one of their amazing cookies – choose from their Matcha & Cream Cheese or Double Chocolate Cookie!

Don’t forget to pick up a loaf of their Shokupan (Japanese milk bread) to take home while you’re here!

LOCATION: 66 Isabella St. Unit 4, Toronto, ON


5 Elements Espresso Bar

Located at Davenport and Avenue Road, this cozy Italian-inspired café serves up beans from Vancouver-based JJ Bean Coffee Roasters and specialty teas from Toronto-based Sloane Tea.

If you’re feelin’ hungry, enjoy one of their freshly-baked pastries or sandwiches.

They focus on healthier eats, and have a number of options for gluten-intolerant folks!

There’s also plenty of seating inside the café and out on the patio, perfect for a day at the coffice (coffee shop + office).

LOCATION: 131 Avenue Rd, Toronto, ON


Jacked Up Coffee

If you’re looking for a totally unique coffee experience in Yorkville, why not visit this adorable blue vintage truck?

You can grab some delicious coffee and snag a cute Instagram photo opp while you’re at it.

They’ve also got a coffee truck in the Financial District, as well as an actual café in Whitby!

LOCATION: 144 Yorkville Ave, Toronto, ON


Nespresso Boutique Bar

For those of y’all that just can’t get enough of your Nespresso machines, hit up the Nespresso Boutique Bar in Yorkville.

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You can enjoy Nespresso brews at the café, or shop at the boutique at their huge flagship location.

The decor is airy and modern, and they’ve even got a wall full of Nespresso pods!

Try something unique like their Dulce de Leche Coffee or Hazelnut Hot Chocolate Coffee, or even grab some delicious bites on their menu.

LOCATION: 159 Cumberland St, Toronto, ON


Best Yorkville coffee shops:

  1. Sorry Coffee Co
  2. Goldstruck Coffee
  3. A-OK Cafe
  4. Balzac’s Reference Library
  5. Coco Espresso Bar
  6. ZAZA Espresso Bar
  7. Piedmont Coffee Bar
  8. 5 Elements Espresso Bar
  9. Jacked Up Coffee
  10. Nespresso Boutique Bar

These were some of the best cafés and coffee shops to visit in Toronto’s Yorkville neighbourhood!

There are plenty of awesome cafés in Yorkville, whether you’re looking to get your coffee fix or for somewhere to get some work done.

Of course, cool new spots are always opening up around Toronto, and I’ll be regularly updating this list of cafés in Yorkville with any new finds.

What are some of your favourite coffee shops in the Yorkville neighbourhood? Let me know on Twitter or Instagram!

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