Walking around the Historic Distillery District of Toronto, this was one of the few places open in the evening for eating, and the menu sounded good to us so we decided to stop in and grab dinner. The awkward thing is that they have a menu that includes some hearty sandwiches and the like for a meal, but nowhere to eat it, so keep in mind it's takeout only. Despite the lack of room, it's cozy... more
Great sandwiches, yummy breads and for such a high traffic visited area. There's not anywhere to sit except outside...in the snow but that doesn't degrade the quality of their food. We had the brick street club and the boxing day sandwich. Both very different in flavors but they were devoured within minutes, so that's always a good sign. I would recommend trying multiple things while here -... more
Best baked goods in the area, on quality + pricing. People in other bake shops nearby are probably not local. Seems silly to rave about a cookie, but this is a great chocolate chip cookie, crispy at the edges, with the right mix between firm and chewy on the inner portions.
Coffee is good, you won't be amazed but it's hot, fresh, you'll like it well enough.
Pro tip: For amazing value get... more