Insomnia Cafe At Bathurst And Bloor

Annex / South Annex / Seaton Village

A gem of the Annex neighbourhood for over eleven years, Insomnia Cafe is one of urbaneer's go-to spots for yummy food, fun music and, for those special occasions which warrant a celebratory cocktail, we love to consider Insomnia's extensive and creative martini menu – there are over 50 to choose from! The menu is a mixture of classic Mediterranean and French flavours and has received accolades from Toronto Life, UrbanSpoon and Eye Magazine. Live DJ's are featured nightly at 10 pm and provide an inviting and entertaining atmosphere. Insomnia's brunch is one of the Annex's most popular with plates ranging from the traditional Benedict to the eclectic and supremely delish Chicken and Waffles. It's an ideal and perfectly appropriate spot to gather with friends or entertain your favourite clients.

We adore it because stopping in has the feel of coming across a chic yet cozy Mediterranean neighbourhood cafe!

Insomnia Cafe – 563 Bloor Street West (647) 977-6271

Monday – Friday 10am-2am
Saturday and Sunday 9am-2am

Along with our faves Honest Ed'sVictory Cafe and the Green Beanery (located right next door at 565 Bloor Street West), Insomnia Cafe is yet another great spot to discover in the Mirvish Village/South Annex neighbourhood. Can you imagine having this sweet little brunch and late night destination only steps from your home? Check out this stunning urban oasis we're offering for rent called–>An Elegant Executive Rental Near Mirvish Village! 

Have we piqued your interest in this neighbourhood or any of the other great Toronto neighbourhoods we specialize in? Send us an email – we welcome hearing from you!

~ the urbaneer team

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