If you’re on the lookout for an ideal morning java boost, allow me to suggest a favourite: Fahrenheit Coffee located at 529 Richmond Street West!
Decidely friendly, Farenheit exudes a hip, minimalist vibe, courtesy of its owner and award-winning ‘barista brilliante’, Sameer Mohamed. This particular java spot puts a unique twist on the more usual espresso offerings found in the city, and, using three types of beans roasted by Pilot Coffee Roasters, also serve up a terrific latte!
Sameer and his crew also happen to be focused masters of ‘coffee art’! One thing we adore is the pair of die that customers can toss or roll to determine the style of latte art that will decorate their drink – how fabulous and spectacularly creative is that? It’s caffeinated visual art improv! Here are a couple of pics from BlogTO:
Add in superb fun and friendly service, delicious treats baked up by local bakeries La Bamboche and Desmond & Beatrice, and you’ve got everything you need for a perfect neighbourhood hot spot! We can’t help but mention the baked goods are delivered pre-baked and are all finished in Fahrenheit’s own ovens. No wonder there are such tantalizing aromas filling the space! And on a stunning spring day, like the ones we’ve all just been experiencing, who could resist checking out this kind of neighbourhood social hub? This is true independent coffee brilliance at its best – we recommend you stop in for a visit!
529 Richmond Street West Near Portland
Mon – Fri: 7am – 6pm | Sat: 8am – 5pm | Sun: closed
Along with our faves like fab Gusto 101, Campenchano, and nearby hip Spoke Club, Fahrenheit Coffee is yet another great spot to discover in the Fashion District at Richmond and Augusta and the Queen West neighbourhood. Can you imagine having this sweet little java stop replete with delicious treats and a super dreamy vibe only steps from your home? Check out this stunning two-level ‘House In The Sky’ urban oasis, which is a great example of the sexy multi-level suites available in this ‘hood: Living Large At Cityplace Terrace In The Fashion District.
~ the urbaneer team
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