PHOTOGRAPHS FROM VANCOUVER CAFES
Hey Happy Coffee opened last month in Downtown Victoria and brings a new experience for coffee lovers in the capital city. The cafe is a new venture by Rob Kettner who previously was a co-owner at Victoria's Fernwood Coffee Company along with being the 2010 Canadian Barista Champion.
The Western Canadian Premiere of A Film About Coffee will be at the Rio Theatre on August 21st presented by 49th Parallel Coffee Roasters.
Pallet Coffee Roasters opened their doors yesterday to their new cafe and roastery located in Hastings-Sunrise.
JJ Bean Coffee Roasters welcomes their second location to North Vancouver with their newest cafe at the corner of 17th and Lonsdale.
Endeavor Snowboards is nearing the end of their one week run operating a pop-up cafe inside their Railtown offices raising money for Aprons for Gloves.
When the space next door came up for lease, the guys at Revolver Coffee jumped at the chance opening Archive in December 2013 to double their seating along with providing a one-stop boutique space for home coffee brew equipment.
The newest cafe on Commercial Drive is open and it's a family run shop with a brother-sister team managing Lear Faye Espresso Kitchen.
Another revisit to a cafe featured on the site last year. Innocent Coffee does it in style with their clever design, art exhibits upstairs, baked goods and coffee from Origins Organic Coffee and Bows & Arrows Coffee Roasters.
After a change of owners, the cafe across from the provincial courthouse on Main Street recently reopened. The old owner of Solder & Sons decided to move out of the city, so Joda Clément jumped in to take over the space renaming the cafe to 247 Main.
Revolver Coffee welcomed the first Victoria Arduino 388 Black Eagle in Canada to their espresso bar last week. The 388 Black Eagle is the modern interpretation of the brand from the legendary espresso maker.
Café Medina 780 Richards Street, Vancouver
Pallet Coffee Roasters 323 Semlin Drive, Vancouver
JJ Bean Lonsdale 125 East 17th Street, North Vancouver