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Appearing largely as it did when it was built in 1939, the McIntyre Coffee Shop is a landmark in Timmins and draws visitors for its home-cooked meals and vibrant atmosphere.

Stepping into the McIntyre Coffee Shop, patrons are transported to another time. Entering under a stylized, Depression-era marquee, hungry customers grab a seat at the counter atop swivel stools, while ... more >>

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