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Aunties & Uncles

There's usually a line on the sidewalk outside the picket fence of this always-bustling brunch/lunch joint with a simple menu of cheap and cheery homemade favorites. Plop yourself down in one of the mismatched chair…
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Rose and Sons Swan

Rose and Sons continues the Swan legacy of glammed-up diner classics in art-deco booths. The hummus eggs with fried cauliflower, honey butter hot sauce and pine nuts makes brunch special. Dinner goes international w…
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Dark Horse Espresso

Excellent coffee in a tall-ceilinged space, perfect for intensive writing or people-watching.
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Kalendar

It feels like France in Little Italy, with dark wood, tiled floors and a dainty sidewalk patio. The menu funks things up with different types of scrolls (crepe-style roti topped with all sorts of veggies and sauces)…
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7 West Café

Three floors of moody lighting, textured jade paint, framed nudes, wooden church pews and jaunty ceiling angels set the scene for a dazzling selection of pizzas, pastas, sandwiches and 24-hour breakfasts. Make like …
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Cafe la Gaffe

Stripy cotton tablecloths and fresh-cut flowers adorn the tables in this little cafe. There's a street patio and a leafy garden patio where you can dine on market salads, a filet mignon sandwich or the hand-tossed p…
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Moonbean Coffee Company

'Nothing here is just ordinary,' says the dude behind the counter, and that's true. Serving the best latte west of Yonge St, Moonbean has organic and fair-trade coffees, all-day breakfasts for around $6, and 'Bite M…
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B Espresso Bar

The coffee creed at Italian-bistro-style B is 'Steamy, rich, smooth, strong, fine, bold, delicious.' Hot damn, has coffee ever sounded so sexy? Almost as sexy as the staff with caffeine coursing through their veins.
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Remarkable Bean

This Beaches favorite serves up shepherd's pie and still-in-the-pan homemade desserts to go with your latte or maté (South American 'tea of life'). Fight for a window seat alongside the well-heeled.
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Jet Fuel

So arty and cool, this hangout is for east-end gentrifiers, cyclists and literati who like to jeer at the beautiful people of Yorkville. The best coffee east of Yonge St.