With many locations in Toronto, COBS is positioning itself as a tasty, healthy option for buying baked goods. I walked into their Annex location (like their Kensington location, an excellent place to stop in the midst of a Sunday afternoon stroll) to buy their pizza bases and left with seven-grain bread and sourdough as well. It’s hard to resist fresh bread, especially at a bakery that only sells what they’ve baked that day.
The charm of Kensington’s rich multicultural mix comes from its many vintage boutiques, cafés, fresh air markets, and local stores. It boasts diversity and colour like no other spot in Toronto. This neighbourhood is a true hot spot for Torontonians and visitors. The unique community lies between College Street to the north, Spadina Avenue to the east, Dundas Street West to the south, and Bathurst Street to the west.