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10 Bucket List Rainbow Foods In Toronto To Make Your Instagram Feed Magical

Rainbow food is super cool and trendy right now, and hey, it's summer! It's about time you make your feed all summery and colourful while you still can. Toronto has TONS of places that sell super unique rainbow food that is perfect for the gram. 

If you're looking to brighten up your feed or just want to try some of these super cool foods, check out the list below! 

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Cutie Pie Cupcakes & Co // 235 Spadina Ave.

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Si Lom Thai Bistro // 534 Church St.

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Cutie Pie Cupcakes & Co // 235 Spadina Ave.

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Calii Love // King St. W

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The Big Chill // 367 Manning Ave

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What A Bagel! // 130 Spadina Ave

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Toronto Popcorn Company // 147 Baldwin St.

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Tom's Dairy Freeze // 630 The Queensway.

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Bull Dog Coffee // 86 Gerrard St E.

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Hollywood Cone // 1167 Queen St W

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