This Map Shows The Best Places To Get Dessert Near Each Subway Station In Toronto

Everyone's a sweet tooth to some degree. Whether you're a fan of ice cream, cakes, shakes or crepes, Toronto's got a dessert spot for that! It seems as though dessert shops are getting more and more creative, and our city is arguably the best place to catch the newest fads in the dessert scene.

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I've gone across Toronto's subway line and picked out some great dessert places (restaurants, cafes, bakeries or stores) that would be perfect to try this summer. Some places may require a short walk from the subway stations to get to, but it will definitely be worth it! Here's the map that will be the key getting your much needed sugar fix:

Blue Line

Green Line

Yellow Line

Purple Line

For the Blue Line list, click Next.

Blue Line

McCowan - Gerhard's Cafe

Scarborough Town - Sweet Jesus

Midland - Cafe Mirage

Ellesmere - Patisserie Royale

Lawrence East - Royal Paan

Kennedy - Country Style

For the Green Line list, click Next.

Green Line

Warden- D-Spot

Victoria Park - Maple Leaf Dairy

Main Street - Pavillion Pastries

Woodbine - Carter's Ice Cream

Coxwell - Patisserie La Cigogne

Greenwood - North Pole Bakery

Donlands - Mr. Pide

Pape - Leonidas Chocolates

Chester - Caffe Demetre

Broadview - Don't Call Me Cupcake

Castle Frank - Grinning Face

Sherbourne - Pie Squared

Bloor-Yonge - Dessert Lady

Bay - Carole's Cheesecake

St. George - Chatime

Spadina - Crêpes à GoGo

Bathurst - Snakes and Lattes

Christie - Poop Cafe

Ossington - Arte Gelato

Dufferin - Pancho's Bakery

Lansdowne - The Lansdowne Cone

Dundas West - Starbucks

Keele - Dairy Queen

High Park - Mackenzies Bar

Runnymede - Archtop Cafe & Music

Jane - Patchmon's Thai Desserts

Old Mill - Old Mill Inn

Royal York - Caffe Demetre

Islington - Starbucks

Kipling - Sweet Gallery Exclusive Pastry

For the Yellow Line list, click Next.

Yellow Line

Finch - Pastel Creperie

North York Centre - Ten Ren's Tea

York Mills - Miller Tavern

Lawrence - Bobbette & Belle

Eglinton - Laura Secord

Davisville - Short and Sweet

St. Clair - Capocaccia Cafe

Summerhill - Petite Thuet

Rosedale - White Squirrel Cafe

Wellesley - Dessert Guru

College - Jule

Dundas - Wanda's

Queen - O & B Artisan Chocolates

King - Mos Mos

Union - Uncle Tetsu

St. Andrew - Decadent Desserts

Osgoode - Milk Bar

St. Patrick - FUGO

Queens Park - Krispy Kreme

Museum - Prairie Girl Cupcakes

Dupont - MoRoCo Chocolat

St. Clair West - Booyah

Eglinton West - Thobors Boulangerie

Glencairn - Venarello's Pasticciera

Lawrence West - Caffe Demetre

Yorkdale - Nadege

Wilson - The Cake Boutique

Downsview - Country Style

For the Purple Line list, click Next.

Purple Line 

Don Mills - Nanashake

Leslie - Bread & Roses Bakery

Bessarion - Coffee Time

Bayview - Sharetea

Sheppard-Yonge - Purdy's Chocolatier

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