After tasting your first cup of coffee, working through the bitter taste, and chugging it completely, you’ve probably never gone a day without a cup. You don’t have to miss out on your favorite wake-me-up beverage when you get to City of Scarborough on the account that you don’t know any decent coffee shops. Here’s a handy list of some of the best cafés serving delicious coffee in the east end.
Looking for a place to catch up with friends, go on a date, or to kick back and relax after a hard day’s work in Scarborough? Fahrenheit Coffee is just the place. They serve delicious java flavored with Kenyan Weithaga beans that give it a red wine flavor. The motivated staff is only too willing to show off their pouring skills and should you decide to go for a latte someone is sure to get you a cup with some delicious creamy art. While space is limited to two benches and seven stools, if you get in early enough, there’s plenty of space to enjoy a cup of coffee and get some work done over the complimentary Wi-Fi at the café. Its downtown location makes it one of the more open coffee shops in Scarborough.
Birchcliff is one of the few cafés on the Bluffs serving delicious coffee and baked treats. The brick-walled affair roasts from Brother Coffee is a frequent haunt for Scarborough residents not only because of the coffee, but also the acoustic performances on Sundays. You only get street parking, but the rustic, hipster atmosphere vibe here will have you craving for their croissant, cheese, and coffee. There’s lots of seating space for groups, and often you’ll find groups of friends chatting over the cups of coffee. The waiters at The Birchcliff are always friendly, happily talking with customers and making sure their cups are full. They have free Wi-Fi, but there’s no TV. That’s not a bad thing though. You get more time more time to catch up with friends free from the distraction of the electronic chatterboxes.
Dineen Coffee Co.
Being one of the most beautiful coffee shops on Toronto’s Yonge Stree, Dineen is a favorite shop for residents and visitors looking for an ultra-modern atmosphere. The sleek black pillars and bespoke lighting in the café bring out the signature temperance blend to complement your cup of coffee or the delicious Tuna and Apple Brie sandwich special. The price might be a little steep, but the experience is well worth it. The shop is good for casual meet-ups with ample seating and lovely staff at your beck and call.