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

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DH Vancouver Staff Mar 27, 2019 8:00 am 1,063

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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