You’ve been looking for that perfect “second home”.
A comfortable place where you can catch up on work, catch up with friends or simply catch up on some alone time.
Not your grab ‘n go coffee spot
Strange Love comes complete with a picturesque plant wall, fine art pieces, crafted communal wooden tables, and delicious food and drink.
You will be deceived by a seemingly small storefront and might make it out as a grab ‘n go. As you walk through the space, you will notice the keen attention to detail and might become inspired to take a shot for your next Instagram post.
Wide variety of snacks and drinks
With coffee from different roasters on offer, you have options. In the mood for something icy? Try their “Iced Lover’s Latte”, which is brewed with special Brazilian beans and has a subtle vanilla flavour.
Don’t miss the opportunity for a dreamy snack: Strange Love partners with Gouter to offer wonderful pastries like a buttery, flaky, and moist croissant.
Tip: A recently launched gelato program might be worth a try.
Conveniently located on Spadina close to King, you have a variety of legit options for after:
Kensington Market: Wander the streets and visit the quirky shops for a cultural adventure.
The AGO: If you were inspired by the art pieces at Strange Love, discover a new art exhibition.
Roy Thomson Hall: Feeling musical? Catch a Toronto Symphony Orchestra performance.
Will Strange Love become your new go-to coffee shop? Visit them at 101 Spadina Avenue a little North of King Street and let us know what you think.