Brodawka & Friends Toronto – Sweet store for grabbing gifts

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I’ve bought plenty here from a beautiful, sustainably-made beach towel to a gorgeous gold-dipped necklace - both were gifts for myself!

This adorable Roncesvalles spot has a great selection of fun, colourful and interesting gifts, greeting cards, jewelry, and accessories for yourself and your home! They carry products from plenty of local Toronto and Canadian designers alongside some amazing accessories from around the world.

I’ve bought plenty here, from a beautiful, sustainably-made beach towel to a gorgeous gold-dipped necklace, a portion of the proceeds from which goes toward supporting environmental preservation. Both were gifts for myself, but they have so much on offer for everyone on your gift-giving list… Trendy tumblers, cute candles, precious planters, creative kids activities, vegan accessories, and much more! The owners are often the ones giving a warm welcome when you enter, which makes visiting here even more meaningful.

Another awesome aspect of this store is its location, a lovely stretch of Toronto, Roncesvalles. Some other spots along the street that I’d suggested visiting include Ecotique for more consciously crafted goods, A Good Read for a great book, or Ed’s Real Scoop for one of their fun ice cream flavours.

About this spot

Brodawka & Friends Roncesvalles, Roncesvalles Avenue, Toronto, ON, Canada

Mon - Sat 11:00 - 19:00, Sun 11:00 - 17:00

Beach towel:

C$

45

4168930173

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