There's a reason why Sorry Coffee Co. is consistently gaining popularity among coffee lovers in Toronto. It's chic and offers quality espresso. The moment you walk in you are welcomed by lots of natural light highlighting its Scandinavian feel. If you have been following my blog, you would know by now that I'm a sucker for anything minimalist. 

They say "big things happen in coffee shops."  It's where ideas percolate and connections brew. My boyfriend and I had our first date almost five years ago at a coffee shop. It was Sunday on a spring afternoon. I can't remember the exact conversation anymore, but I do remember this unshakeable feeling of excitement and giddiness as I took in the beautiful scenery around me. Coffee shops have always held a special place in my heart which is why I've made it my mission to find all the "coolest" coffee shops in the city.

This Bloor Street West spot is also a nice nod to our Canadian tendency of always saying 'Sorry.' 🙊 And if you're looking to do some shopping, Canadian retailer, Kit & Ace - known for producing machine-washable technical cashmere clothing and accessories - is attached to it. If it were up to me, I would love to see more mergence like this. Who doesn't like to shop and sip on coffee at the same time? So if you're looking for something new to visit, make sure to check this out and I promise, you won't be sorry.