Queen West, with it’s endless hidden photographic gems like Graffiti alley, Trinity Bellwoods Park and quirky storefronts, attracts photographers from around the globe – especially after it’s rating as one of the coolest neighbourhoods in the world by Vogue Magazine. But a photo walk is never complete without a stop for a drink and a tasty treat. And these treats are as photogenic as they are tasty.
Nadège Patisserie is located in the heart of Queen West, just outside of Trinity Bellwoods Park at the corner of Queen St West and Gore Vale Ave.
Owned by chef Nadège Nourian, Nadège Patisserie has been awarded countless raving reviews from critics, the press, and bloggers for their modern dessert creations. Torontonians who haven’t visited the shop yet, and travellers looking for memorable eats – these are desserts worth seeing and eating.
While the splendour of these treats alone is enough to draw anyone into the shop, the huge windows lining
the side of the store make it a great stop for photographers. The window light filling the shop makes for stunning shots without much fuss. Just take a look at their Instagram feed for proof.
Nadège has donated a Macaron Tower to our Photo 101 Grads Exhibit on Thurs, Nov 19th, 7-9pm! Join us to savour some tasty macarons, drinks and take in some amazing photography.
RSVP for the Exhibit via Facebook using the link below, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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*Photos sourced from www.nadege-patisserie.com