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Best coffee shops in Vancouver

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Jess Fleming Sep 30, 2015 2:00 am

For many of us grabbing a cup of coffee has become a daily ritual, some people can’t even get through the day without one. Thankfully, Vancouver is dotted with an array of coffee shops that not only provide a suitable caffeine fix but are also dedicated to making the perfect cup of joe, whether that be a well-made expresso, locally-roasted pour over, drip, or an Americano.

Obviously, the coffee served and poured is a vital factor when deciding upon a coffee house to frequent, however, it’s not the only one. Indeed other factors come into play, like a welcoming space to sit, unwind, and or study.

Featuring excellent espresso, drip and filtered coffee drinks, rotating menus, and inviting nooks, here’s our list on where you can find Vancouver’s best coffee shops.

Timbertrain

Locally-roasted coffee beans, passionate baristas, and a modern and inviting interior (with seats imitating the inside of a passenger car), make Gastown’s Timbertrain a must-visit destination for coffee lovers.

Address:
 311 West Cordova Street, Vancouver
Phone: 604-915-9188
Twitter: @Timbertrain

49th Parallel Coffee Roasters

It’s no secret that 49th Parallel is one of Vancouver’s most beloved coffee shops. Not only does the Vancouver-based coffee roaster offer great-tasting espresso drinks but it also provides a welcoming space for their patrons to enjoy them in.

Address: 2902 Main Street, Vancouver
Phone: 604-420-4900

Address: 2198 West 4th Avenue, Vancouver
Phone: 604-420-4901

Twitter: @49thParallel

Revolver

With exposed brick walls, rugged wood flooring, and a relaxed atmosphere, Revolver is a great spot to enjoy a caffeinated beverage. Serving excellent espresso, drip and filtered coffee drinks, this Gastown coffee house features a rotating menu of their favourite coffees from world-class roasters around North America, including San Francisco, New York, Calgary, and Halifax.

Address: 325 Cambie Street, Vancouver
Phone: 604-558-4444
Twitter: @revolver_coffee

Elysian Coffee

Elysian Coffee currently operates three locations here in Vancouver. While each branch possesses its own a distinct feel, all three provide a welcoming space for patrons to kick-back and savour a well-made drink, poured by knowledgable and dedicated baristas.

Address: Multiple locations (check website)
Twitter: @ElysianCoffee

Matchstick Coffee

Matchstick Coffee has two outposts in Vancouver, which serve a variety of espresso-based drinks, such as macchiatos, lattes, cappuccions, and Americanos. Patrons who visit these bright and airy coffee shops are guaranteed a great cuppa. As well as a drinks menu, Matchstick also offers a range of tempting baked goods, which are made-in-house daily.

Address: 213 East Georgia Street, Vancouver
Phone: 604-336-0213

Address: 639 East 15th Avenue, Vancouver
Phone: 604 558 0639

Twitter: @MatchstickYVR

Musette Caffe

Coffee lovers and cycling enthusiasts alike will appreciate Musette Caffe. Not only is the downtown locale decked out with bike paraphernalia but its also serves up excellent espresso, using beans from Vancouver’s own 49th Parallel.

Address: 1262 Burrard Street, Vancouver
Phone: 604-336-1159
Twitter: @Musettecaffe

UPDATE o5/31/16: Musette Caffe is currently in the process of re-locating and is projected to re-open early summer.

Platform 7

Cleverly designed to resemble a Victorian-era London train station, this East Hastings Street café provides its patrons with quality espresso-based drinks, baked goods and sandwiches. Sit for hours in Platforms 7’s lovely surrounds, while nibbling away on delicious house-made treats. Check out Platform 7’s sister location on West Broadway.

Address: 
2331 East Hastings Street, Vancouver
Phone: 604-428-1455
Twitter: @Platform7Coffee

Prado Cafe

Great tasting coffee and a vibrant atmosphere is what you can expect when you drop by Prado Cafe. For the coffee connoisseur, Prado Cafe offers fresh drip coffee, slow brew, espresso, cappuccinos, flat whites, and lattes, using only a fine selection of beans that are direct-trade, in-season coffee from 49th Parallel Coffee Roasters.

Address: Multiple locations (check website)
Twitter: @PradoCafe

Bump n Grind

Curating a weekly changing roster of coffees from across Canada, including Victoria’s Fernwood Coffee and Calgary’s Phil & Sebastian, Bump n Grind is the ultimate coffee destination. With two clean and inviting spaces in Vancouver, both accented by strong wooden accents, Bump n Grind is the perfect spot to grab a coffee, read the paper, or catch up with friends.

Address: 3010 Granville Street, Vancouver
Phone: 604-558-4743

Address: 916 Commercial Drive, Vancouver
Phone: 604-569-3362

Twitter: @BumpNGrindCafe

Milano Coffee Roasters

If you’re serious about coffee, you’re going to love Milano Coffee Roasters. The Vancouver-based company, which is a fervent supporter of small farm estate, fair trade and certified organic coffee, serves top quality brews and blends, in all three of its locations (West 8th, Gastown, and Denman). Milano’s drinks menu features espresso, pourover, drip, and French press coffee varieties.

Address: Multiple locations (check website
Twitter: 
@MilanoRoasters

East Van Roasters

This Gastown social enterprise and coffee nook not only sources and roasts their own beans, but they are also operated by the PHS Community Services Society. In addition to offering an adorable space to savour a hot beverage, East Van Roasters has been designed to provide training and employment to the women residents of the Rainier Hotel.

Address: 319 Carrall Street, Vancouver
Phone: 604-629-7562
Twitter: @Eastvanroasters

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Jess Fleming
Jess is a former Staff Writer at Daily Hive. Originally from Sydney, she obsesses over where to eat and drink and writes about adventures near and far.

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