Today’s Apple Annie’s Cafe and Shop began as a specialty food and confection shop in the basement of 109 Mississaga St E (home of Mariposa Market) in downtown Orillia in 1989. Fresh fudge made on the premises became our signature product and turned our Shop into a destination. We opened our Café at 101 Mississaga St E, just two doors up from the Shop in 2007. Delicious and unpretentious scratch-made food and baking, excellent coffee and a welcoming atmosphere make our Cafe a destination, too. We are very much a “community hub” featuring the work of local visual artists and participating in Orillia’s many cultural events.

The Shop was merged with the Cafe in the spring of 2020 – a planned move but advanced by several years thanks to the pandemic! We are open Monday to Saturday, 7 am to 6 pm except for Statutory Holidays. The old basement Shop is now our weekend “Fudge-and-More Kiosk” – an “express” version of our Shop, if you will.

Fudge-and-More Kiosk

Situated in our old Shop in the basement of Mariposa Market, our Kiosk is open weekends and Statutory Holidays  for now. Here we offer our full selection of fresh fudge, chocolate novelties, nostalgic candy and a sampling of our gourmet food and maple products.

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Apple Annies Cafe and Shop

Apple Annies Cafe and Shop

Charming cafe, gift shop, gallery and music venue!

Weather got you down? Our store-made fudge will pick you up! Fourteen kinds to choose from at our Main Shop in the basement of Mariposa Market open today 11 to 5. Buy any 4 pieces get 2 more FREE and always a free taste! ... See MoreSee Less
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Look - our Tangy Red Pepper Jelly is starting to grow! Rootham Gourmet PreservesSo great to see #Ontariopeppers getting a good start at Spruce Ridge Farm in Rodney. When they are harvested, these peppers will be the vital base for our signature Tangy Red Pepper Jelly.You can order anytime online at www.roothamsgourmet.com or find our red pepper jelly wherever you #shoplocal bit.ly/roothamretailers#ontag #ontariogrown#locafood#localbusiness #collaboration #supportlocal#SupportSmallBusiness#redpepperjelly#guelph#puslinch#rodney ... See MoreSee Less
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Made the "top 3"! ... See MoreSee Less
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Live weddings or showers in the offing? Gorgeous Stonethrow Pottery from Nipissing makes a great gift! At our new/old Main Shop in the basement of Mariposa Market. Open daily 10 to 5:30. ... See MoreSee Less
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"Introduced" to Orillia many years ago at our Cafe opening for another wonderful performer Doug Paisley.Catch The Weather Station at the 2022 Mariposa Folk Festival..........Emerging out of Toronto's vibrant folk scene, Tamara Lindeman debuted a moody, introspective sound with her independently released ‘East’ EP in 2008. Her LP ‘The Line’ followed in 2009, expanding on an earthy, lyrical style, driven by her distinctive fingerpicking guitar and banjo parts. For the next Weather Station release, Lindeman worked with friend and collaborator Daniel Romano; signing with his You've Changed Records label to release the critically acclaimed follow-up, ‘All of It Was Mine’, in 2011. Though the album was only released in Canada, it gained wider exposure for the Weather Station, leading to several North American tours with acts like Bahamas, Basia Bulat, and Timber Timbre, as well as a tour of Japan. In addition to collaborative guest appearances on releases by Doug Paisley, Siskiyou, and Field Report. Lindeman earned a SOCAN Songwriting Prize nomination in 2013 for a co-write with Steven Lambke of the Constantines. After the release of 2014's 'What Am I Going to Do with Everything I Know’ EP, she signed with North Carolina label Paradise of Bachelors and traveled to Paris to record her third LP, ‘Loyalty’, which was the first Weather Station album to receive both American and European release, and consequently became somewhat of a critical breakout album. Lindeman followed up in 2017 with an eponymously titled LP that saw an expansion of the Weather Station sound into more rock-oriented territory. Now, Lindeman leads us into a brilliant and bold new sonic landscape with ‘Ignorance’, out now through Fat Possum and Next Door Records.............The 2022 Mariposa Folk Festival takes place July 8 - 10, at Tudhope Park in Orillia, Ontario..........Festival Weekend passes are available here:mariposafolk.com/what-goes-on/get-tickets/ .........#mariposafolkfestival #howwillitfeel #summervibes #livemusic #musicfestival #theweatherstation #orillia #ontariolivemusic #indiemusic ... See MoreSee Less
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Main Shop

. Frozen Soups, Quiche & Flatbreads made in house

. Frozen Casseroles like Shepherd’s Pie, “Chicken & Biscuits”, Classic Mac & Cheese, also made in house

. Frozen Meat & Fruit Pies from Laura’s Luscious Desserts

. some Fresh Fruit, Veggies and Dairy items


. Fresh Fudge 20 flavours + made in-house – buy and 4 always get 2 more Free!

. Chocolate, No Sugar Added Chocolate and Sweets, Nostalgic Candy


. Gourmet Coffees from Classic Gourmet Coffee Roasters

. Fine Teas – many loose leaf choices – from Metropolitan Tea Co.


. Gourmet Foods from Rootham Gourmet Preserves, Wildly

Delicious, Gourmet du Village, The Garlic Box, Soup Girl and other Canadian makers; local honey from Orillia Honey


. Stonethrow Pottery from Nipissing, ON

. Kitchen Linens and Gadgets, Catnip Toys from Krazy Kitty

. Natural Soaps from Soapworks & Incense from Flore

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Choose from fresh fudge, gourmet coffees, and loose teas.


Café and Shop

101 Mississaga Street E. Orillia, ON L3V 1V6

Monday to Saturday 7 am to 6 pm



109 Mississaga St E (basement of Mariposa Market), Orillia ON L3V 1V6

Saturdays, Sundays and Holiday Mondays 12 to 5 pm