Raaw Japanese Cuisine brings sushi, sashimi and other delights to the Liberty area.
Located in the Liberty Market Building,’For The Love of Cake’offers exquisitely designed custom cakes and cupcakes.
With an emphasis on artistic renderings and the finest quality ingredients, ‘For the Love of Cake’ is a great option for an everyday treat or for your truly special occasions.
Liberty Village’s School Bakery and Cafe is all about comfort food but definitely a step up and with creative flare. Well-known for it’s sweet and savoury brunch items, School also offers an extensive lunch and dinner menu including Burgers, braised beef short-ribs and meatloaf.
Mildred’s Temple Kitchen is the offshoot of the highly regarded Mildred Pierce which operated at 99 Sudbury St for seventeen years before closing its doors.Mildred’s creative menu is divided into categories: Apps and small-plates, Mains and Dish Du Jour. Well-known for their Gnocchi Poutine, Burger and Chicken Biryani for dinner and pretty much everything EVERYTHING on their brunch menu.
Opened in August of 2011, Williams Landing has quickly become one of Liberty Village’s busiest spots, thanks in large part to its prime second-floor patio overlooking East Liberty St.
With 16 beers on tap, 11 by the bottle and a dozen wines by the glass, Williams Landing is targeted squarely at the local condo residents and office workers seeking drinks and a a delicious and diverse appetizer menu, freshly made pizzas and burgers, entrees and desserts.
Opened in February 2012, Liberty Village’s Aroma Espresso Bar is another great coffee addition to the neighbourhood. With Israeli origins, this chain specializes in good coffee, breads and pastries baked in house and a menu that includes breakfast, sandwiches and salads. The all-day “Power Breakfast” is a stand-out: 2-eggs, cucumber and tomato salad, feta cheese, cream cheese, olives and great bread. Not to be missed!
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