PHOTOGRAPHS FROM VANCOUVER CAFES
There are a few spaces in the city that would be interesting to imagine as a new cafe and the 33 Acres Brewing Co. tasting room was near the top of that list. So it was exciting to see 33 Acres Brewing stealthily announce their expanded coffee program earlier this year featuring a new custom Slayer espresso machine.
It's always great to see a new cafe open in the city and it's even better when they get so many things right off the bat. Gastown's Birds & Beets brings good food and a solid coffee program to the neighbourhood in style.
JJ Bean Coffee opened their 17th location in style with their new Cambie Village cafe and the space is already a personal favourite.
Taking their years of experience working in cafes around Vancouver and Victoria, Johannes and Kristina van Bommel van Vloten finally opened Oldhand Coffee in their hometown of Abbotsford at the end of February.
A last set of photos for 2014 with a visit to Basho Cafe in Hastings-Sunrise that has been serving up green tea lattes, Japanese lunch sets and baked goods since they opened earlier this year.
The long awaited Elysian Coffee roastery and cafe in Mount Pleasant opened earlier this month with their new space that also houses a bakery and tasting room at 7th & Ontario.
Brewing every cup of coffee to order Revolver Coffee's brew bar was designed to make the coffee brewing process transparent to customers.
Rocanini Coffee Kerrisdale, 5631West Boulevard
Buro Espresso Bar, 365 Water Street
Birds & the Beets, 55 Powell Street