The once highly anticipated Tim Hortons Innovation Cafe, in Toronto, has officially closed down. It called 130 King Street West, in the financial district, home.
Tim Hortons Innovation Cafe is a higher-end version of the coffee chain that opened up its Toronto location in 2019.
It served the brands classic treats, soups, sandwiches, coffees, and more, all with an interesting twist. Unlike a regular Tim Horton’s location, this is where you could find donuts with peanut butter and bacon as well as draft lattes and matcha.
At the beginning of the pandemic, the Innovation Cafe was known for offering frontline workers sandwiches and Dream Donuts. Although, like many other shops, it took a major hit during the pandemic due to the lack of traffic in the area.
A statement released from Tim Hortons says, “The reality of COVID-19 has meant that the downtown core has been largely vacant for 13 months and will likely continue to be for the foreseeable future.”
If you weren’t able to try out the Innovation Cafe before it closed, hopefully, we’ll see another location open in the near future!
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