Trendy New Cafe Opens in Square One Area in Mississauga
Do you have hankering for independently brewed coffee in the Square One area?
If so, you are in luck.
A brand new—and very on-trend—cafe has just opened in the CIBC building at 1 City Centre Drive in the City Centre neighbourhood in Mississauga.
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Fifth Avenue Eatery and Coffee House is now offering locals a funky alternative to some of the better known espresso hotspots in the area.
The cafe, which is open Monday through Friday from 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., offers Illy espresso beans, handcrafted food and an “elevated style.”
As far as food goes, diners can enjoy sweet pastries, breakfast dishes, paninis, wraps, pizzettas and more.
The cafe officially opened on Nov. 20.
Photo courtesy of Fifth Avenue’s official Instagram
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