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Junction Triangle Mother's Day Businesses

Kevin Yu

My parents are from Hong Kong. With very little money but many hopes and dreams, they decided to leave their home...

My parents are from Hong Kong. With very little money but many hopes and dreams, they decided to leave their home...

Apr 22 5 minutes read

Looking for some ideas for Mother's Day?

We've put together a list of local Junction Triangle businesses to help you get started on your search. From chocolate to flowers, coffee, and more take a look at the list below to find the perfect gift.

Pictus Goods

Pictus Goods is an eco-conscious flower + gift boutique located in the Junction Triangle, in Toronto. 

The shop is full of lovely gifts that are handmade locally by womxn makers. Everything they carry in the shop is truly unique! In addition to their handmade gifts, they have a large selection of unique vintage vessels that were specially selected by the owner. 

Photos Courtesy of Pictus Goods
Pictus Goods

Cafe Con Leche Espresso Bar

Cafe Con Leche Espresso Bar in the Junction Triangle. This unique space was the brainchild of owners Carlos and Sandra to provide a trendy spot for locals and visitors to hang out while enjoying a solid cup of coffee and a delectable treat. It's not just a coffee shop; instead, it's a space that contributes to the close-knit community and lends itself to building a neighbourhood that residents can be proud to call home.

Photo Courtesy of Cafe Con Leche Espresso Bar


Caldense Bakery

Since 1968, Caldense Bakery has been a leading supplier of the finest European Pastries and Breads to the GTA and surrounding areas. Caldense Bakery continues the tradition of the Portuguese Custard Tart (Pastel de Nata). History tells us this recipe started in the “Jeronimos” Convent in Lisbon, Portugal circa 1830. They are committed to following the same century old methods in the preparation of our Portuguese Custards. Their firm dedication to quality and tradition has earned them the hallmark of being the ”Home of Portuguese Custard”. They never compromise, from the ingredients they select, to the packaging they use, to their community support. Visit any of their locations and experience for yourself the ambiance found only at Caldense Bakery.

Photos Courtesy of Caldense Bakery

Love Chix

Local hang out in the Junction Triangle taking a simple approach to a wide range of delicious dishes, local craft beer and cocktails. 

Simple story of marriage through simplicity, in finding what works best to end up with a perfect match. 

They have found the perfect match for their fresh naturally raised chickens that have been locally sourced and roasted to perfection.
Free of all antibiotics and hormones, they offer fresh and flavourful side dishes that are sure to make you fall in love at first bite.

Photos Courtesy of Love Chix
Love Chix

Gaspar Café

Since the café opened its doors in 2019, the focus has been on supplying  customers with fresh, house made, fine food.  They serve imported coffee, roasted in Italy, made with total care and expertise. They take pride in the quality of their freshly-prepared food and the warm, friendly environment they have created, and their efforts have been rewarded with loyal customers.

Enjoy a delicious coffee, taste some fantastic European Pastries or Delicious Sandwiches all in a beautiful and harmonious atmosphere.

Photos Courtesy of Gaspar Café
Gaspar Café

Defina Wood Fired

Flame-grilled meats and gourmet pizzas served in an expansive space with contemporary decor. 

Their local influence extends right down to the original brick walls where local artists and trades people were hired to create the space from the ground up. Their wood burning oven was meticulously built on site one stone at a time by a local mason.

Photos Courtesy of Defina Wood Fired
Defina Wood Fired

Colombian Street Food by Cookie Martinez

She has been devoted to creating delicious recipes since she was a young girl in her mum’s kitchen in Bogotá, Colombia. (Her specialty as an eight year-old was a spicy pasta). Now she prepares Colombian street food.

Great food begins with great ingredients. She feels so lucky to be cooking here in Toronto where so much is possible. She has also developed gluten-free and vegan/vegetarian options, so please go and see her at the new location at 1565 Dupont Street. She’d love to cook for you!

Photos Courtesy of Colombian Street Food
Colombian Street Food

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