Little Nicky’s mini doughnuts are an original take on the classic pastry. They’re certainly the focal point for many diners at this cozy coffee house, although the other homemade desserts and freshly brewed coffee are delicious, too.
Little Nicky’s Coffee, 375 Queen Street West, Toronto, ON, Canada, +1 416 260 0500
Amazing Doughnuts are light, fluffy, and decadent. This boutique bakeshop is one of just a handful that claim the kitchen and products are completely nut and sesame seed free. It’s also certified Kosher. With accolades like these, it’s obvious Amazing Doughnuts takes the utmost care to ensure you’re going to enjoy a worry-free doughnut experience there.
Amazing Doughnuts, 3772 Bathurst Street, North York, ON, Canada, +1 416 398 7546
The Steady is a Miami-inspired bar and brunch spot. With award-winning vegan and gluten-free options, it’s no wonder this place is popular with the pastry connoisseur and health nut alike. Except for special events, this café is only open for brunch on the weekends, so be sure to stop in then and take your brunch experience to the next level.
Glory Hole makes doughnuts with fresh, premium ingredients by hand each day (love is the secret ingredient). The eccentric interior and friendly staff make up for the shop’s small size. The wide variety of interesting flavors draws a crowd, and selling out is a possibility. In addition to a bakery-style sale, Glory Hole Doughnuts provides custom catering and large bulk orders.
Glory Hole Doughnuts, 1596 Queen Street West, Toronto, ON, Canada, +1 647 352 4848
While Pancho’s Bakery is mainly famous for churros, it also offers a variety of Mexican sweetbreads and desserts, including the Latin version of the doughnut: the dona (plural: donas, you know, in case you want to order a few). Made right in front of your eyes, this simpler take on the traditional snack is a homestyle fried dough pastry, dusted with sugar, cinnamon, or other toppings. Get back to the doughnut’s roots with this classic Mexican snack.
Pancho’s Bakery, 1017 Dufferin Street, Toronto, ON, Canada, +1 416 854 8770
Tori’s carries organic and vegan options for the health conscious and eco-aware, including a gluten-free vanilla doughnut made from rice, bean, and arrowroot flours. The bakeshop is determined to be eco-friendly, and is very conscious of not only where its ingredients come from, but how much waste the company produces on the whole.
Tori’s Bakeshop, 2188 Queen Street East, Toronto, ON, Canada, +1 647 350 6500
This bakery and café has set its sights on creating the most delicious doughnut ‘anyone in Canada has ever tasted.’ Hailing from Calgary, Alberta, Jelly Modern is a welcome addition to Toronto’s landscape. All doughnuts are made with organic and locally sourced ingredients. The delicious variety of flavors and toppings tempt judicious and casual doughnut fans alike.
Jelly Modern, 376 College Street, Toronto, ON, Canada, +1 416 962 2053
This family owned bakery prides itself on great coffee, delicious food, and exceptional service. You know you’re getting a good cup o’ joe when you stop in at SanRemo, and now you know you can have an afternoon pick-me-up with your favorite comfort food, too. The bakery offers catering and large orders for pickup; order at least 24 hours in advance.
SanRemo Bakery, 374 Royal York Road, Toronto, ON, Canada, +1 416 255 2808
One thing’s for sure: you won’t be stopping by The Rolling Pin for an old-fashioned glazed. With flavors like tiramisu and blueberry cheesecake, it’s no wonder this bakeshop has been winning awards. The rotating menu and creative flavors will keep you coming back for more
The Rolling Pin, 3429 Yonge St, Toronto, ON, Canada, +1 416 691 4554