Address: 250 Sourauren Ave.
Store Hours: Mon-Fri 7:30 AM - 6 PM, Sat-Sun 8:30 AM - 6 PM
Study Appropriate?: Yes
Stamp Cards?: No
Drinks - Soy/Almond/Lactose-Free Options?: Yes to all
- Offers americano with misto
- Offers iced americano with steamed milk
- Offers iced latte
- Roasted coffee beans from Alternative Grounds
Food - Vegan/Vegetarian/Gluten-Free Options?: Yes to all
- Cookies and muffins made in-house
- Bagels from Montreal
- Offers soup and chili in the winter, types changed daily
- Offers salads and sandwiches in the summer
- Specialty mountain oatmeal cookies available
Drink of Choice: Iced Latte, $3.56 (Unfortunately I forgot to take a picture!)
I'm unsure if this cafe is called Sunny Joes or just Joes. On the ICP, it says Joes. However, on BlogTO and other sites it's referred to as Sunny Joes. Since it goes under Joes on Facebook, I will assume that it is the correct name.
Joes is located near Balluchon Raymond Inc., another cafe, in the Roncesvalles neighbourhood. When I went there, it definitely had a quiet, neighbourhoodly-vibe. Patrons kept to themselves, in contrast to Balluchon Raymond Inc. down the street, where the owner would happily talk about his cafe for hours if you wished to hear.
I don't have much to comment on in regards to Joes. For the drink, I had the iced latte, which I cannot recall my opinion of it. However, what I found was unique was that it had coffee cubes rather than regular iced cubes. This was so the drink would not become diluted when the ice cube melted and would stay true to its taste.