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Best Places To Study In Toronto Where Students Can Cram For Exams & Grab A Cup Of Coffee

Get your study on!

Exam season is almost upon us and what better way to get the study sesh going with some much-needed coffee, some wifi, and chill vibes. Cue the lo-fi study music.

There are so many cafes in Toronto to study at, but Yelp crowned these coffee shops as some of the best in the city to get your study on.

So sit back, relax, and fuel up on some caffeine at any of these cafés that will have you wondering why you didn’t choose them over Robarts Library.

Moonbean Coffee Company

Address: 30 St. Andrew St., Toronto, ON

Offerings: Coffee, tea, smoothies, sandwiches, baked goods

Why You Need To Go: Open since 1995, this quaint shop nestled in the heart of Kensington market is the perfect place for a nice warm coffee and some quiet time.



Address: 28 Kensington Ave., Toronto, ON

Offerings: Coffee, baked goods, sandwiches

Why You Need To Go: Filled with Scandinavian designs, this cafe serves up some really bookish vibes that will have you cosy and settled in for a long day of studying. If you’ve got a sweet tooth, you can also try their signature in-house-made Swedish cinnamon buns that are available in limited quantities for walk-ins.


Boxcar Social

Address: 235 Queens Quay W., Toronto, ON

Offerings: Coffee, pastries, pasta, pizza, alcohol

Why You Need To Go: Sit back and enjoy some quiet time by the water with this harbourfront gem. From serving up pasta to cups of steaming hot coffee, this coffee bar has both the food and the atmosphere to fuel a night of studying. As of January 2022, it’s open on Friday and weekends only.


Goldstruck Coffee

Address: 130 Cumberland St., Toronto, ON

Offerings: Café classics

Why You Need To Go: It’s a small café in Toronto’s classy Yorkville Village that serves up some strong coffee and tasty treats. Known for their friendly service and cosy decor, it’s no wonder that even former Olympians go there for some much-needed caffeine and focus.


Sorry Coffee Co

Address: 102 Bloor St. W., Toronto, ON

Offerings: Coffee, pastries

Why You Need To Go: This swanky coffee shop has nothing to be sorry about. Nestled right inside of the Kit and Ace amidst the trendy boutiques in Yorkville, studying here will make you feel high-class and swaggy.


Forget Me Not Café

Address: 506 Adelaide St. W., Toronto, ON

Offerings: Coffee, pastries, sandwiches

Why You Need To Go: Forget Me Not Cafe is a Korean-inspired boutique café that’s known for its baked goods and speciality drinks, like the Dalgona Latte. Their cosy home decor and welcoming atmosphere give the ultimate vibes for some laid-back laptop time.


Versus Coffee

Address: 70 Adelaide St. E., Toronto, ON

Offerings: Coffee, sandwiches, alcohol, pastries

Why You Need To Go: Right off the hustle and bustle of Toronto’s financial district, this coffee spot that serves up some pretty bomb latte art is the perfect getaway to study either by yourself or with friends. They’ve also got a great patio for customers to have some time outside if the weather permits.


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