Those who have been to Fahrenheit Coffee know it for its well-made coffee and friendly baristas. Though small, it has a reputation for being big and friendly. Serving espresso, aeropress, and drip coffee, it offers choice from a variety of beans.
I got an Assam tea latte ($3.75) and was surprised at how good it was. It was smooth with the perfect amount of foam and wasn’t sweet at all, which I enjoyed. Being a huge fan of latte art, I am excited to go back and get a latte or cortado.
Fahrenheit was quite busy and fast-paced in the hour we were there, despite the fact that there is only limited seating – a bar by the window for 7. Half of the customers seemed to be regulars, greeting the baristas by name. The other half left with promises of returning. Fahrenheit seemed to have a very strong community environment, with even a guy volunteering to stamp their cups.
With a great environment and an extensive menu, Stone & Fern highly recommends Fahrenheit Coffee as the start to your day or place to get your afternoon kick.
120 Lombard St.
Mon – Fri 7am – 6pm
Sat 8am – 5pm
Sun 9am – 3pm
Stone & Fern is a travel and lifestyle blog started by friends who have a passion for exploring cities, capturing moments, and trying new food. This is part of our Cafes of Toronto series. To see more of North America, click here.