There are a lot of things to love about being in love in Toronto — tons of festivals to go to, romantic restaurants to hide away in, and great outdoor activities any season of the year, from sailing to sledding.
But once winter has really set in and you've gone around the rink at Nathan Phillips Square a few too many times, it can be hard to find the appropriate place to settle in cozily while still celebrating the season. Enter Montreal's Cacao 70.
The Quebec chocolate cafe chain (which has locations in and around Montreal, as well as Ottawa) is coming to Toronto in the Distillery District, reports BlogTO, and is hoping to be open by the end of October — just in time for the cold to really set in.
But why should you care, when Toronto already has a slew of places that serve up delicious chocolate treats? Well, let's just say, none of them seem to have this chocolate marshmallow pizza:
Or this sharing plate meant for two, which includes everything you need for s'mores, fondue, a chocolate pizza and chocolate coated cereal:
And we've never seen a breakfast that looks like this:
And come on, will anyone be able to resist this?
We're officially declaring it the winter of cocoa in Toronto. Bring on all the chocolate.
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