PHOTOGRAPHS FROM VANCOUVER CAFES
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.
Friends Julien Aubin and Maxime Bettili are striving to bring an authentic all day Parisian cafe experience to Kitsilano with their first restaurant Au Comptoir.
A quick visit to Portland to try some great coffee with stops at Heart Coffee Roasters, Either/Or Cafe and Good Coffee's pop-up coffee bar.
Musette Caffè took a space formerly occupied by an aquarium/pet store and created a stylish cafe with the side goal of helping to build the cycling community in Vancouver.
Prado Cafe Gastown 100 West Hastings
Old Crow Coffee Co. 655 Front Street, New Westminister
Rocanini Yaletown 863 Beatty Street
JJ Bean Cambie 3399 Cambie Street
Oldhand Coffee 31962 S Fraser Way, Abbotsford
RT @MatchstickYVR: Hi, Vancouver. Have you left an umbrella somewhere recently? We probably have it. We have a lot.