Coffee and Clothing launches cafe and vintage shop on Pape in Toronto's east end

Photo:  Dean Seguin

Photo: Dean Seguin

Coffee and Clothing is a new shop on Toronto’s east side for, well, just that — coffee and clothes.

With a straight-to-the-point name that leaves no room for interpretation, the space recently popped up on the short stretch of Pape north of Gerrard.

Equal parts cafe and vintage clothing store, the shop is a family-owned joint venture between Zoe’s Coffee Roasters and Wins Above Replacement

The coffee bar serves up the spectrum from drip to espresso drinks, pour overs to cold brew. A loyalty program gets you a bag of beans after 10 coffees. There are also a selection of salads and bowls, plus baked goods.

The selection of men’s and women’s clothing is small but very well curated with lines such as Vince, Gap and some old school Jays gear.

There’s also a housewares selection, made up mostly of vintage ceramics including mugs and dishes, plus textiles and throws.

The store has an expansive back patio — you’d never expect from the street — that’s larger than the shop space itself.

Coffee and Clothing is now open at 348 Pape Ave. or check them out online.