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Industry NewsCoppa's Market 63 in downtown Toronto closes its doors

Coppa’s Market 63 in downtown Toronto closes its doors


Market 63, the gourmet supermarket concepts store by Coppa’s has shut down permanently.

The grocery store opened in 2019 and featured several innovative concepts, including a full-service restaurant (Nonna Francesca’s), three Lavazza locations in Coppacino’s coffee, an extensive fresh flower boutique and an array of prepared foods and a butcher.

Coppa’s opened its first grocery store in Toronto in 1963. Today, the three-store chain (North York, Scarborough and King City) is run by Louie Coppa.



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