Prado Cafe is a fixture in Vancouver’s coffee scene, and now with owner Sammy Piccolo’s newest venture Spade up and running, he’s ready to look towards his next and last opening for the popular coffee spot in Surrey (last opening for a while, at least).
The fifth location of Prado will be located at the 3 Civic Plaza Sales Centre in Surrey, and Piccolo is aiming to have it open in February or March.
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The 1,500 square-foot space will feature 50 seats and bright and modern features such as high ceilings over 30 feet tall.
Patrons who have stopped at one of Prado’s other four locations will find familiar offerings such as coffee, baked goods, small bites (waffles, salads, wraps, toasts) and 49th Parallel Coffee.
Evenings at Prado mean wine, beer, and share plates, so Surrey is in for a treat when this spot opens come 2018.
Prado Cafe Surrey – 3 Civic Plaza
Address: 13450 102 Ave, Surrey