Toronto’s only pedestrian village is the site for Balzac’s second location, opened in 2002. This national historic site with its exquisite Victorian Industrial Architecture is alive with arts and culture, boasting some of Toronto’s finest boutiques and food shops.
Balzac’s has transformed the circa 1895 Pump House into a two storey Grand Parisian style café. A giant Vaudeville chandelier casts a soft glow for sitting back and watching the bustling activity of this unique district.
|Monday - Friday 7am to 8pm|
|Saturday 7am to 8pm|
|Sunday 8am to 7pm|
|Good Friday April 18th||8am to 6pm|
|Saturday April 19th||8am to 7pm|
|Sunday April 20th||8am to 6pm|
“... the most spectacular coffee shop in Canada.” – Dee Gibney, The Toronto Star