Whether or not you understand it, coffee seems to be a huge part of the fabric of many societies. It provides us with a way to connect with people. Whatever the occasion, there’s a coffee shop that suits your needs and we’ve done the work to find out where you need to go depending on your mood so that you don’t have to. We do this because we care for you. DigiMillennials is your friend, remember that.
For the cool kids
Rooster Coffee seems like the place where all the cool, alté, gen z people go to get their coffee. The shop itself is so beautiful, you almost won’t want to leave once you enter. The aesthetic is edgy, industrial and quaint. It’s the kind of place we imagine important CEO people might go to get their coffee; the cool tech-bros too. Rooster Coffee is also praised for their high quality drinks, and word on the street is that the beans they serve are top notch.
For your friends
Dineen Coffee is always packed to the brim and that’s how we know their market bangs. Being that they’re so busy, don’t go here when you’re hungry and need food ASAP. Rather, go here when you have friends with you and want to have a proper chance to chat and catch-up over some coffee. This place is ideal for this. The aesthetic is historical but also clean, bright and beautiful.
For the aesthetics
When it comes to Third Wave Coffee Inc., we recommend you go here for the views, aesthetics, and vibes. Also go here for the variety because they have a cute little selection of pastries. The menu is also reasonably priced to the glory of God the Father. We’re especially grateful for this one because these Toronto places can sometimes have brutal prices. I never understood what it meant for people to be passionate about coffee, but these ones are committed to curating an entire experience around coffee and it’s impressive.
Isle of Coffee is a quaint little coffee shop that is small, but mighty. By far, the best thing about them is the atmosphere. It’s calm, minimalist and cosy. It’s perfect for those of you that like to do work in public spaces so that all of us will know that you have a MacBook. Another amazing thing about this one is that they offer a wide variety of artisan desserts that will have you feeling very French and fancy as you eat them. If people at work are stressing you, try working at Isle of Coffee for a day, and your blood pressure will calm down a little.
For a date
On a first date, you probably don’t know the other person very well and can’t commit to a whole dinner with them yet, so coffee is a good starting place. Goldstruck Coffee is perfect for those first dates. This shop is intimate, a bit calmer than the rest and it has romantic lights everywhere. You’ll just be sparkling in your date’s eyes anyhow with the way the lighting is in this shop. It’s also not too loud and the music is very calming. I think the name of this shop is very fitting because walking into it quite literally feels like striking gold with all coffee shops.
Tessy is a writer who loves music, and trying new things. She also really enjoys staying in the house as there is truly, always rice at home