Annex Guide

*screams* Ohhh Annex, we’re finally open! We’ve been busy bees building our new deli-ciously cheesy Annex shop and we’re super grate-ful for y’alls patience. 

Steps away from both George Brown Casa Loma Campus and University of Toronto St. George Campus, you feta believe our new shop will be your go-to weed spot in the Annex. After saying hi to our Buds and lighting up your Sup goods, make sure to stop by some of our neighbours before the munchies kick in.

Haute Coffee

Take your coffee addiction to a new *high* and visit our pals at Haute Coffee for the perfect brew to accompany your wake n’ bake or afternoon pick-me-up after a night at the Maddy (🤪). Plus, feel like you’re in Montreal with their MTL bagels and yummy baked goods.

Big Crow BBQ Rose & Sons

Because every season is always just around the corner, our pals at Big Crow like to change up their Algonquin inspired BBQ party as often as the seasons change. One thing that’s always a constant? The booze. From cocktails to organic wine, there’s something on the menu for everyone. Plus, our new shop has a munchie phone that dials directly to our new pals at Rose and Sons - keep your eyes peeled for their reopening!

Pour House

A staple in the Annex, the Pour House is the perfect place to grab a pint, some nachos and watch the game with your favourites pals, or maybe a few new ones.


Famed Chef Anthony Rose has built a rustic spot full of shareable Middle Eastern dishes that will make you feel like you’re not in Toronto. Their selection of mezes, fresh pitas and shawarmas are perfect after stopping by Sup for a pre-meal joint.

Fat Pasha

The Chef that has a hold on the Annex has really *risen* to the occasion again with his Middle Eastern resto. Anthony Rose’s Fat Pasha is a funky resto filled with amazing food and a team that treats you like family. If you’re in the market for a *trip* without hopping on a plane, their patio is drenched in greens and will transport you to another world.


If you haven’t brunched at Chadwicks hungover on a Sunday are you even living in Toronto? They’re commitment to providing the freshest, pasture-fed and naturally raised meats, certified Oceanwise fish/seafood and the highest quality eggs from small flock, cage-free Canadian hens ensures every dish you get is the best of the best.

The Rose Emporium

Stop and smell the fresh roses, the rose candles, the rose bath soak and even the rose facial spray. Seriously, they really rose to the occasion with all things “rose”.

Bespoke Butcher

If you’re looking for organic, local, ethical and sustainable meat, then look no further than Bespoke Butcher. They believe in working directly with local farmers who raise animals using the best methods of animal husbandry that prioritize animal welfare while maintaining long-term sustainability of the land.

Belle’s Bakery

Y’all knead to pop by this family run business to grab their signature sourdough loaves. Since they value quality, fresh, local, and imported ingredients, you’re literally eating the best of the best.


If you’ve never been to Creeds, then you’ve never had to do laundry, drink coffee and stock up on lobster ravioli all under the same roof. Since 1921, Creeds has created a *high* quality community environment perfect for, well literally any errand you have.