This was one of the first places I found authentic, Parisian-style baked goods. Near my home.
When I worked at House & Home Magazine, I walked through Trinity-Bellwoods Park every day. A welcome breath of nature in the great big city.
The CN Tower poking its head in the distance. It’s always a great reminder of where I am.
On the way to work or on the way home, I would stop to get an almond croissant at Nadège. I turned the whole office onto them!
The whole aesthetic was clean and inviting. It made me happy to be here.
Nadège and Trinity-Bellwoods are the perfect pairing.
Thanks to Amy for sharing her story. Make sure to pick up a copy of her book, Toronto Cooks, celebrating Toronto’s thriving restaurant scene!