Study Spaces - Coffee Shop Edition 

Studying in a coffee shop is sometimes therapeutic and more comfortable than sitting all day in a library. What is another advantage of studying in a coffee shop? You never run out of coffee! Here is a list of coffee shops that are frequented by our Woodsworth students. 

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1. Starbucks

Starbucks is the ideal setting for pumpkin spice latte fanatics and individuals who are comfortable studying in fairly social environments. There are several Starbucks’ located around campus that are happy to host students. You don’t have to worry about running out of coffee if you study at Starbucks!

2. Second Cup at Kruger Hall 

Woodsworth College has a petite Second Cup kiosk that is surrounded by several study areas. Kruger Hall and mini Kruger offer a lot of seats that can easily be rearranged to accommodate large study groups. There is also a designated quiet area where students can focus better. 

3. Cafe Reznikoff 

Arbor Room is known for its delicious food and casual study space. Arbor Room is fairly priced, making it a popular eatery. It is great spot for students who are looking for a relaxed environment to study in.

4. Diabolos Coffee Bar

The Diabolos Coffee Bar offers delightful fair-trade coffee and light meals with vegetarian and other dietary options. It is perfect for artsy coffee shop dwellers and coffee lovers. It also makes for a comfortable study spot where food and other refreshments are easily accessible! 

5. Innis Cafe 

Innis Cafe is located across from Woodsworth College. It offers a combination of hot and cold dishes belonging to various cultures. Innis Cafe exudes a typical high school cafeteria vibe, making it the perfect cafe for students transitioning into their first year at the University of Toronto. 

6. Sidney Smith Cafe 

The Sidney Smith Cafe is one of the most popular spots to grab food for students, as it is fairly central in relation to other colleges and faculties. The cafe offers a variety of foods including: Mexican cuisine, Asian style cuisine, and other American foods. It tends to be a noisier environment, but it can still be utilized for group meetings and other social projects. 

7. Ned’s Cafe

Ned’s Cafe is located alongside Victoria College. It serves both hot and cold foods that appeal to individuals with different food preferences. The cafe has seating that is appropriate for individual or group study sessions. 

8. Goodmans LLP Café

Thinking of pursuing a career in law? Well, then you might be interested in studying alongside law students. The Goodmans LLP Café is located at the new Faculty of Law building, and serves delicious gourmet sandwiches, salads, handmade quiches and crepes, and homemade baked goods.

9. Tim Hortons 

There is no other more appropriate Canadian cafe to study in than a Tim Hortons in Toronto, eh? Enjoy a must-needed double double with a snack of your choice while preparing for your finals. Tables are often occupied, so be mindful of the size of your study group.