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San Cosme Puts a TO Spin on Mexican Tradition

Move over, tacos. We’ve fallen for San Cosme’s sandwiches – and the vibrant interior they’re served in certainly helps

By Eric Mutrie
Photography by Naomi Finlay

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Part of our feature on four grab-and-go lunch spots with delicious interiors.
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Tortas are Kensington Market’s latest Mexican craze. San Cosme’s version of the grilled sandwich mixes such neighbourhood specialties as ham by Sanagan’s Meat Locker and buns by Blackbird Baking Co. The diner’s vibrant interior also comes courtesy of local pros, +tongtong. The design studio pairs patterned tiles and a ceiling installation of vinyl ribbon and wire fencing with a mural by Stephanie Latulippe featuring Mexico City’s Angel of Independence.

181 Baldwin St  416 599 2855  Mon-Thu 11-8, Fri & Sat 11-10, Sun 11-6
sancosme.com


Originally published in Issue 3, 2016 as Appetite for Design: San Cosme.

 


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