Funky little neighbourhood coffee shop. Excellent coffee and great service in an area that is on the upswing.
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Good coffee is worth the wait, when they are busy it can take a few minutes for your coffee but it is worth the wait. Espresso and Cortato are on available if you are drinking your coffee there. Alternative dairy is available for lattes and...More
Another quaint coffee house in the Leslieville neighborhood, but in the end far less stylish and more importantly, the coffee verges on the brink of accceptability, rather than standing out the way it does at much of the competition in this crowded playing field. So,...More
I've become very picky about my coffee partly because of this place. Great americano - best I've had in Toronto so far. I concur with reservations about the service expressed in other reviews. It's hit and miss on that front. And the snack selection is...More
When I walked in on a rather cold April day and looked around, I remember thinking maybe it is not such a good idea. I should have followed my first instinct. The place seemed sad, lifeless and dirty, but since I read some reviews before...More
Well, this is an interesting one. Mercury offers a generally good experience in that it has a great selection of coffees for purchase and their espresso is very good. I got the sense that the barista wasn't totally sure of what she was doing, though...More
Best coffee in the area. This is the consummate queen street east leslieville cool location. The coffee excellent, service with a smile and uber chic atmosphere of locals, hipsters, stinkers, and celebrity's.
Timeline: Tuesday, November 11, 3:05 p.m. Mercury was always one of my favourite cafe's on Queen Street, East. Today, that changed. The service was slow. The cappuccinos were poor. And the spoons weren't clean.
Stumbled upon Mercury while looking for an early Sunday morning coffee. Typical small indie café type industrial vibe. Small patio and benches out front and small pastry selection. Most importantly, solid coffee! Don't think they WiFi. I will come back if I'm in the neighborhood....More