Cafe 260 On Richmond Street East At Sherbourne

St. Lawrence Market

Do you feel it’s time for a pleasant pause in your day? If so, Cafe 260 at 260 Richmond Street East is just the place you’ve been seeking!

Cafe 260 has been brewing quality coffee and espresso since April of 2007. On offer is a variety of custom roasted beans chosen from two local master roasters, along with a terrific little home-style breakfast and lunch menu, complete with homemade soups, sweet and savoury baked goods, chili, and a great sandwiches! We think you’ll adore the laid-back, down-to-earth atmosphere.



The proprietor and his friendly and efficient team are also avid supporters of local artists, whose works are displayed throughout the space. Combine that sense of community with their delicious, homemade fare, and you have a truly quintessential neighbourhood stop – one only needs to visit for a few minutes to feel the good vibes. How fantastic is that? We’re delighted to have discovered yet another cozy locale in the heart of our fair city! We intend to return soon and often!



Visit Cafe 260

260 Richmond St. E.
Toronto, Ontario M5A 1P4
(416) 368-9222


SATURDAY – 8:00AM – 2:00PM


Along with faves like the Fusaros’s Italian, the George Street Diner, super-charming Le Petit Dejeuner, and the nearby best-in-the-world St Lawrence Market, Cafe 260 is another great spot we encourage anyone to discover in the St. Lawrence Market neighbourhood. Can you imagine having this dynamite little lunch and java stop, replete with delicious comforting treats and its super relaxed, home-style, lofty vibe only steps from the raw and stylish urban pad you call home? Check out this stunning made-for-a-movie-star brick and beam urban oasis currently offered for lease on Sherbourne Street –> A True Brick And Beam Loft In The Historic St Lawrence Market’s Imperial Lofts!

Have we piqued your interest in this neighbourhood or any of the other great Toronto neighbourhoods we specialize in? We welcome hearing from you!

~ The Urbaneer Team

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