There’s a lot to love about Vancouver — the lush rainforest, fresh mountain air, endless ocean, and cosmopolitan cool make it one of the world’s most liveable cities. But besides our picturesque landscape, the city is building a reputation for our coffee culture and top-notch brews. Condé Nast Traveler, Matador Network, and Smarter Traveler have all named Vancouver as one of the world’s best cities for coffee aficionados.
Blossoming throughout this natural wonderland metropolis are a number of independently owned coffee houses and restaurants with unique brews, sophisticated decor, ethical and sustainable sourcing, and quality eats. While you’re certainly welcome to grab a coffee to go, these stunning spaces are so lovely you’ll want to take your time to savour and ‘gram your skillfully served java.
Whether you’re looking for a personalized pour-over or the perfect coffee photo-op for your curated social media gallery, you’ll find it here.
Milano Coffee Roaster
At Milano Coffee Roasters, you’ll find a space and culture that truly embodies a Westcoast heart and an Italian soul. Milano Coffee’s artisan tradition dates back three generations of Italian coffee heritage blended with over thirty years of West Coast culture.
36 Powell Street | www.milanocoffee.ca
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At Beaucoup Bakery Café you’ll find exceptional French-inspired pastries, 49th Parallel Coffee Roasters espresso, and Bellocq tea. The floral mural at Beaucoup also makes for a stunning snap.
2150 Fir Street | www.beaucoupbakery.com
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