One of the best things about Toronto, is that you will never run out of places to go for a great cup of coffee. There are endless coffee shops in the city that are independently owned, with each place having a distinct feel and attraction to it. Just when you think you may have been to them all, another one pops up!

Every day, you can go to a different place for a coffee adventure. The list below is a great place to start!

Early Bird Espresso and Brew Bar

Where: 613 Queen St W. // Entertainment District

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Why should you go: If you're in the mood to grab a drink with a friend, but can't decide if you want beer or coffee, this place has great options for both!

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The Tempered Press

Where: 256 Crawford St. // Trinity Bellwoods

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Why should you go: With a very Zen-like environment, and free Wi-Fi, this place will allow you to get lost in your own world while sipping on a latte.

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The Green Grind

Where: 567 College St // Little Italy

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Why should you go: Bright happy place, with sweet artwork, this location gives back to the community. 1% of each profit is donated to environmental charities.

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Forget Me Not Cafe

Where: 506 Adelaide St W. // Entertainment District

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Why should you go: Insta-worthy chic location, that lets you and your bestie the best basics around!

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Hula Girl Espresso Boutique

Where: 2473 Dundas St W. // Junction Triangle

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Why should you go: If you're in the mood for a grungy location, that's also very intimate, this is the place you gotta be.

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Hale Coffee Company

Where: 300 Campbell Ave // Junction Triangle

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Why should you go: An industrial vibe coffee shop, you will be sure to escape anything and everything here, if even it's just for a couple hours.

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Reunion Island

Where: 385 Roncesvalles Ave // Roncesvalles Village

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Why should you go: This fresh and upgraded location from its previous host, Roncy's Beans, has title floors that you didn't know you needed in your life till now.

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Dineen Coffee Co.

Where: 140 Yonge St // Financial District

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Why should you go: The Financial District attracts the best of the best in coffee lovers, seeing as everyone is constantly on the go. This is a great place for a break in the middle of a hectic day.

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Odin 

Where: 514 King St W. // Corktown

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Why should you go: Toronto has some great architecture and this coffee shop is certainly an addition. The stunning interior is enough to keep you coming back!

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Maman

Where: 100 King St W. // Financial District

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Why should you go: In the hustle and bustle of the city, this is your little Southern France getaway!

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Fika

Where: 28 Kensington Ave // Chinatown

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Why should you go: The Swedish word "FIKA" literally means "to go out for coffee"- you might not be going out for coffee in Sweden, but in Toronto, it's good enough!

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Bobbette & Belle

Where: 1121 Queen St E. // Leslieville

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Why should you go: This vintage decorated bakery and cafe in Leslieville, will make you feel like the true queen you think you are!

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Collette Grand Cafe

Where: 550 Wellington St W. // Entertainment District

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Why should you go: The weather outside is still patio friendly, and this cafe's patio is the perfect place to spend a Sunday afternoon (or really any day).

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Kitten and the Bear

Where: 1174 Queen St W. // Parkdale

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Why should you go: Jams, jellies, marmalades and tea...this is a scone lovers heaven.

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Istanbul Cafe

Where: 174 Eglinton Ave E. // Davisville

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Why should you go: In my personal opinion, no one does coffee like the Turkish! Turkish coffee is a luxury on its own, so if you haven't had luck to head over to the streets of Istanbul just yet, this cafe can be your perfect first dose!

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Bud's Coffee Bar

Where: 1934 Queen St E. // Beaches

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Why should you go: It's the kind of place you take your family to, making it a very home like cafe. It also has amazing pop tarts that will remind you of the collective family breakfast cheat days as a kid!

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Arvo

Where: 17 Gristmill Lane // Distillery District

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Why should you go: Venturing to the Distillery District always brings out an adventure and this coffee shop is no exception. Gorgeously brewed coffees and lattes will make the trip worth it!

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Louie Craft Coffee

Where: 1187 King St W. // Liberty Village

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Why should you go: Cozy little spot, that will let you hideaway for hours during the week as it's closed on the weekends. This is a coffee shop you have to visit if you want to simply get away.

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M Square Coffee

Where: 123 Queen St W. // Financial District

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Why should you go: The Financial District is a busy place, and people are always on the go. This is your one stop coffee bar that will allow you to grab a quick brew (they specialize in making coffee using Canadian coffee) before throwing yourself back into your crazy day.

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Wallace Espresso

Where: 188 Wallace Ave // Junction Triangle

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Why should you go: A cash-only location, this is where to make use of the change that's weighing you down. It also a lot quieter than most of the places on this list, so if you need a little quiet time with great espresso this is the best place to be!

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Hailed Coffee

Where: 801 Gerrard St E. // Riverdale

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Why should you go: Scandinavian Arabica bean coffee at its finest. The espresso based coffees will be sure to keep you wide awake to take on your day.

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The Coffee Lab

Where: 333 Bloor St W. // Yorkville

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Why should you go: Book lovers and coffee enthusiast unite at this cafe, as it's located inside a bookstore with hundreds of great reads at your disposal.

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Mercury Espresso Bar

Where: 915 Queen St E. // Leslieville

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Why should you go: For those of you who already live in Leslieville, you already know this is a staple coffee shop that everyone must try! It's a neighbourhood go-to, so if you're in the area this is the place for some great coffee.

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Crema Coffee

Where: 3079 Dundas St W. // Junction

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Why should you go: One of the oldest cool cafe's in Junction, this coffee shop has brewed great coffee gems that make for the perfect coffee date.

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Contra Cafe

Where: 1028 Shaw St // Christie Pits

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Why should you go: Neighbourhood favourites are favourites for a reason. Cozy environment, with great company and great coffee- what more could you really ask for?

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Baddies

Where: 679 Landsdown Ave // Bloordale Village

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Why should you go: This place combines brunch and coffee is the most perfect manner, that it will leave you coming back for more- before you know it, this will be your absolute favourite place!

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