Whether you have an insane workload, or you’ve simply procrastinated until the last minute, these joints are open and serving hot coffee and food 24/7.
Here are seven eateries in Vancouver open around the clock–perfect when you’ve got to get some work or studying done at any hour.
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Breka’s three locations (two downtown and one on Fraser Street) are hotspots for anyone looking to get some work done. Breka has a constant supply of coffee and a large selection baked goods and desserts, that’s a winning combination in our books.
Naam is a vegetarian’s paradise. This joint offers quality comfort grub like burritos, burgers, and cake 24/7, so it’s a great option for all-nighters.
Address: 2724 West 4th Avenue, Vancouver
Nothing promotes productivity like coffee and donuts, right? Duffin’s is the ideal spot to head to if you’re in need of a sugar-fueled work session. If you’re not feeling sweet, Duffin’s also has their eclectic menu of hot subs (tortas) and Chinese Food for late night feasting.
Address: 1391 East 41st Avenue, Vancouver
Well-priced and well-made food await you here. Lucy’s offers comfort food that will make your impending workload slightly less terrifying. This place also makes a mean all-day (and all-night) breakfast.
Address: 2708 Main Street, Vancouver
Celebrating over 25 years of pure bagel bliss, Siegal’s is an awesome place to head if you’re into studying and eating delicious Montreal-style bagels at the same time. Siegel’s Kitsilano location is the only one open 24 hours.
Address: 1883 Cornwall Avenue, Vancouver
BLENZ is a go-to study place for many people in Vancouver. While there are a over a dozen locations in the city serving up coffee and treats, there are only two stores that are open 24 hours a day.
Address: 508 West Hastings Street, Vancouver
Address: 935 Denman Street, Vancouver
Editor’s Note: Calhoun’s Bakery Cafe was removed from this list when it closed its doors early January 2017.