User Reviews and comments on Alternative Grounds
From: louise on Feb-16-2003
This cafe offers the best coffee and lattes anywhere. If you go on a Saturday beware, it's very busy and some parents treat it as a daycare centre. Try not to trip over small children running unsupervised through the store. Great muffins and "Annie's breakfast".
From: Mark Ritchie on Jun-17-2003
The Council on Foundations is coming to Toronto next year and they served fair trade coffee this year in Dallas. Their hotel, the Sheraton Centre is saying there is no fair trade ooffee in Canada. Seems like it would be worth a sales call ???
From: Yummy Team on Jun-17-2003
Sounds like the hotel does not want to change its routines. Several places sell fair trade coffee in Toronto, including Alternative Grounds and Moonbean.
From: jenny on Aug-24-2004
this is one of the most laid back community oriented kid friendly places anywhere. i love going in and getting my cheap(er) organic fair-trade (not to mention yummy) coffee, seeing my neighbours and chatting for a bit, and watching my 3 year old play with other neighbourhood kids while they root through the many toys and books on hand. they've got a great message board too to keep you in loop with local events and suchlike. still miss going there on weekdays, though i've been back to work fulltime over a year now...see ya there sometime!
From: AHiellamn on May-14-2013
I want to wish you good luck and all the best
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