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Local Toronto cafe chain GoodGood has closed down its five locations across Toronto.

If you're a coffee fan, you've probably wandered into one of GoodGood's cafes with their winking signs and grabbed a locally-sourced beverage, snack or even a bottle of wine or craft beer.

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A newcomer to Toronto is realizing that there may not be as many "cute cafes" in the city as she initially thought. Abbey Sadleir is a New Zealand-born TikToker who recently moved to Toronto from London, England, and she has made some observations about the storefronts in the 6ix.

In a TikTok video, Sadleir pointed out that many of Toronto's weed dispensaries look like trendy coffee shops, and, when you're in search of a cup of joe at 9 a.m., it can be a little misleading, to say the least.

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You can take a trip to Europe with a visit to this cafe opening in Toronto. Café ZUZU is a new venue inspired by 1950s Italy, so you can live that vacay life without a plane ticket.

The cafe is the latest concept by the Gusto 54 Restaurant Group, which is known for restaurants like Gusto 101 and Chubby's Jamaican Kitchen. ZUZU will officially open its doors on October 28, 2022.

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You can feel like the main character at these dreamy coffee shops around Toronto. With cute decor and romantic vibes, these cafés are idyllic places to sip drinks or enjoy a treat.

From floral shops to historical venues, get ready to step into a storybook at these places.

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Calling all Potterheads! You can take a trip tp the wizarding world, and you don't even need to board the Hogwarts Express to get there.

Warner Bros. Pictures Canada has transformed a Toronto shop into the bakery from Fantastic Beasts in celebration of the upcoming film, The Secrets of Dumbledore, which is being released in Canada on April 15.

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