6 Best Cafes to Study in Toronto 2018

February 15, 2018
Best Cafes to Study in Toronto 2018

Keep reading to check out the 6 Best Cafes to Study in Toronto 2018! Yes, family day weekend starts tomorrow – which also means for many of you students out there its finally reading week. Although that means a week of no lectures – it also means that its grind time as the semester is coming to an end. Sometimes it almost feels impossible to get out of bed and study at home but don’t worry – we’ve got you covered with some cool cafes around Toronto to get your creative juices flowing.

Here are the 6 Best Cafes to Study in Toronto 2018.

Early Bird Espresso

You may have recognized this café from your Instagram feed – Early Bird Espresso has easily become one of the most popular Queen West cafes with their beautiful presentation of some brunch staples such as eggs benny and avo toast. So not only do they offer delicious and pretty eats – there is plenty of space. At the front of the café, there is a communal table with a large bright window and lots of other seating towards the back of the café with exposed white brick walls that make the space feel welcoming, fresh and spacious. The café offers free WI-FI and outlets are available! There is no question that the ambiance at Early Bird will make you productive and that’s why it’s one of the Best Cafes to Study in Toronto! Click here to find out the Best London Cafes to Study near me.

Best Cafes to Study in Toronto 2018

Group Meeting at one of the Best Cafes to Study in Toronto 2018

Bob Coffee Bar

Bob Coffee Bar is a pretty new addition to Davenport Village – it is for sure a great place to get your coffee fix and also, is one of the Best Cafes to Study in Toronto. Bob Coffee Bar offers coffee, espresso drinks, teas, some light snacks, food (sandwiches), and alcoholic beverages later in the evening. Bob’s offers free WI-FI and plenty of seating with bright windows that attract natural light. The vibe is perfect for doing work and has a cozy feel that will make you want to stay all day long.

Boxcar Social

Boxcar Social has a few locations around Toronto and is always packed with many people working away on their laptops, studying, and reading which is why it is definitely one of the Best Cafes to Study in Toronto. Not only that – they make amazing coffee beverages. At the Summerhill location, you can enjoy sitting outside during the warmer months and study there as well as they have free WI-FI that connects outdoors and outlets. The Riverside location is a must visit to have the ultimate study sesh – the extremely high ceilings keep the space open and airy, and it still has a very rustic feeling to it with a lot of wood and brick details throughout the café. Their cozy and relaxing ambiance at all four locations is guaranteed to help you get through all of your studies!

The Poet

Just steps away from George Brown College, St. Lawrence Market, and the Distillery District – The Poet is one of the Best Cafes to Study in Toronto. You can find the creative type here working on various projects and an abundance of George Brown College Students with their fellow classmates. The café has a Middle Eastern influence with delicious Turkish coffee, brunch, and lunch. The beautiful communal table at the front has a lot of natural lighting from the big bright window that looks onto King Street. The whole café has a beautiful and casual atmosphere that offers a lot of unique food and beverages that an average café in Toronto does not offer. Want to check out a new city with cool and unique cafes? Read our blog on Chicago’s Coolest New Concept Cafes here!

Best Cafes to Study in Toronto 2018

Catching up on Readings at one of the Best Cafes to Study in Toronto 2018

Jimmy’s Coffee

Jimmy’s Coffee can be seen as one of Toronto’s coffee shop empires, which is why it is a notable mention as one of the Best Cafes to Study in Toronto. With already six locations across the coolest neighbourhoods in Toronto – Jimmy’s Coffee does one of the best espresso drinks in the city, from delicious Lattes, Americanos, and Cappuccinos – Jimmy really knows how it’s done. The Café does an amazing job incorporating a cozy and homey vibe that is relaxing and will certainly help you finish that final paper of the semester! Free WI-FI with plenty of power outlets, and comfortable seating – all and all this sounds like a student’s sanctuary. If you’re not from Toronto – not a problem – click here to find out more Cafes to Study near me! 

Hale Coffee

Hale Coffee is definitely a hidden gem in Toronto’s Junction area, but it can be recognized as one of the Best Cafes to Study in Toronto for many reasons. The main reason is it’s extremely spacious so if you’re with a study buddy or a big group of people – you won’t feel as though you are interrupting other individuals who are trying to study quietly. There are a few light snacks to grab and lunch as well if you are planning on staying tucked away doing work all day. The space is very bright and the overall ambiance is perfect for students who are working individually or with a group of other students.

 By: Daniela De Marco

Daniela writes for Chillwall on lifestyle, fashion, and fun events near me and around the world.

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