Vancouver's first Vietnamese coffee bar is closing its doors March 31

Mar 27 2019, 5:11 am

It wasn’t here for a long time, but it was sure here for a good time.

Vancouver’s first-ever Vietnamese coffee bar,¬†Ca Phe, came in with a bang, and it’s super short but sweet run is about to come to an end.

The cafe was the first of what’s sure to be many businesses that will operate inside¬†Chinatown House¬†in a pop-up format.

First opening just a few weeks ago on March 6, the 188 East Pender Street pop-up was brought to us by childhood friends Minna Van and Andrew Han.


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The charming coffee bar drew long lines of patrons waiting to try its Vietnamese coffees and a rotating menu of quality baked goods.

This spot is open Monday to Friday from 10 am to 4 pm and Saturday and Sunday from 11 am to 4 pm from now until March 31.

So if you’ve been meaning to hit this spot, be sure to head here and get a taste of the pop-up while you still can.

Ca Phe Vietnamese Coffee House

Address: 188 East Pender Street, Vancouver


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