Welcome to
Phipps Bakery Cafe

32 years in the Baking!!

Good, honest food and treats made with love,
and other fine ingredients. Celebrating 31 years in the baking! 


Good, honest, homemade, comfort food all made by hand, and all from scratch. From hearty soups, panini sandwiches, and homemade lasagnas to bite-size treats, your daily bread, and insanely delicious cakes. It’s all made with love right here by a group of dedicated bakers and cooks using only ingredients we can pronounce. We are also proud to say that: our eggs are laid by happy, conscientiously-farmed chickens; our coffee is organic, fair trade from shade-grown beans, and after 31 years in business we’ve taken the plunge and have officially gone vegetarian. 

The experience

Located on the trendy Eglinton Way, just visiting Phipps is an experience in itself. Generations of customers have flocked to Phipps over the years to enjoy the breathtaking aroma; a daily array of mouth-watering sweets and delectable savouries; and the bustling sights and sounds in this ever-busy cafe. Whether you meet a friend for lunch or come on your own, you’ll always be entertained by the constant flurry of busy bakers whipping up fresh from-the-oven treats, right under your nose.

Lots Of BUzz

From award-winning butter tarts, to our famous Mom's Chocolate Layer Cake, Phipps has been inspiring Toronto with our delectable old-fashioned baked fare for three decades.
We're flattered by all the praise from our fans and after 30 years in the baking we are still lucky to love everything we do and look forward to many more loving it, and loving you!


Phone & E-mail

(416) 481-9111


420 Eglinton Ave W
Toronto, ON M5N 1A2


Monday- Saturday
8:30am - 6:00pm

10:00am - 5:00pm

Holiday Hours 2018
October 8th- closed
December 24th-open until 4
December 25th-closed
December 26th - closed

Holiday Hours 2019
New Years
January 1st - closed
January 2nd- closed
April 19th-open until 4
April 22nd- closed
Victoria Day
May 20th-closed
Canada Day
July 1st- closed
Civic Holiday
August 5th-closed
Labour Day
September 2-closed