This one goes out to the breads I love...
running list of breads worth eating in TO and/or in Ontario:
in the Greater Toronto area:
corn bread and Portuguese rolls at Doce Minho
pain au chocolat at Rahier
almond croissant at Rahier
baguette and pastries at Patachou
Thobors breads http://www.thobors.ca/
challah and sticky buns from Harbord Bakery http://www.harbordbakery.ca/sweet-challah
bagels from Bagel House http://thebagelhouse.com/
Gryfe's bagels - I buy my Gryfe's at Nortown
laffa at Dr.Laffa
garlic naan at Copper Chimney
garlic bread at Tom Jones' steakhouse
Italian breads at San Remo
Italian breads at St. Phillip's in Woodbridge https://www.stphillipsbakery.com/index.php?route=information/contact
Chef Neil Baxter's sourdough and walnut raisin breads, available when dining at Rundles during the Stratford Festival season, and through the Stratford Farmers' Market
breads from Loaf, from the Covent Garden Farmers' Market in London (May-Dec) http://coventgardenfarmersmarket.com/our-farmers/
Toronto and area bakery thread: http://chowhound.chow.com/topics/821733
+1 for cheesy bread!
I have a bit of an obsession with Epi Bread's cheese/potato/chive loaf which they stopped making a while ago. I spend a lot of time trying to figure out what to do with all the bread I'd need to order to get a special order made up...mmm...cheese potato bread...ooo and I also love Epi's pan au chocolat! And almond croissants!
Great list! in addition...
Artisano has some delicious grain breads but one of the standouts is the Cornbread. They have a grain bread with cranberries that stands out too.
Caldense on Dundas W - particularly the bun Prochetta uses.
T&T makes awesome milk breads and egg bread (challah)
You knew I'd have to, so I'm indeed putting Montmartre Bakery out there. This may be the last of the old-fashioned bakeries. Heavy focus on German wares made with Old World expertise. And, yes, they even gluten free every Thursday by pre-order only.
I have to work really hard to spend more than $10 and that includes dessert.