Cafes in Bellingham

45% Off at Decades Coffee Club

Decades Coffee Club

Downtown Chilliwack

C$20 C$11

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Coffee, tea, smoothies, sandwiches, salads, and homemade desserts at a cafe where you can chat with friends or find a quiet corner and read

Up to 63% Off Ukrainian Meal

European Breads

Downtown Vancouver

C$46.85 C$18

Eastern European specialties such as borscht, perogies, and cabbage rolls served in a cozy café that specializes in artisan breads

50% Off Afternoon Tea at Capstone Tea & Fondue

Capstone Tea & Fondue

Downtown

C$55.90 C$28

Little sandwiches and mini quiches accompany sweet treats and two types of scones as guests sip tea in this modern tea house

47% Off Dinner at Cecelia Creek Eatery

Cecelia Creek Eatery

Victoria

C$30 C$16

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Enjoy dinner fare featuring a range of unique poutine options

45% Off Café Food and Drinks at Snohomish Fitness Center

Snohomish Fitness Center

Snohomish

$5 $2.75

Fitness center's café whips up healthy salads, wraps, and deli-style sandwiches, as well as fruit smoothies and coffee drinks

50% Off Coffee

Bello Espresso

Lynnwood

$4 $2

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

45% Off at Highmark Espresso

Highmark Espresso

Snohomish

$4 $2.20

Pick up a cup of joe and some food at a drive-through only espresso shop operated by baristas who are skilled at making custom beverages

Up to 50% Off Globally Inspired Lunches at On Safari Foods

On Safari Foods

Seattle

$20 $11

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Sandwiches and wraps include Cuban beef with citrus marinated flank steak and cilantro, and a caprese sandwich with chiffonade of basil

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Following her culinary curiosity all the way to Varcaturo, Italy, Tiffany Hudson’s found herself learning dry farming and food preservation. More importantly, she discovered how a dinner can bring a community together. After coming back to the States, Tiffany teamed up with Chef Martin Woods whose resume includes serving as opening sous chef at Bastille as well as executive chef at Re:Public. Together, the two created Cassoulet Café, an eatery that serves seasonal French cuisine amid a communal table.

And the collaboration isn’t running short on admirers. Writer Sally Wolff for the Cascadia Weekly praised Cassoulet as “evok[ing] the atmosphere of a country kitchen in France” complete with “heavy plates of well-made food.” These ever-changing entrees have included bacon cinnamon rolls for brunch, ratatouille for lunch, and goat cheese pansotti pasta for dinner, accompanied by specialty cocktails and ciders. Chef Martin also serves up the restaurant’s signature French bean stew bursting with duck and house-cured pancetta.

Along with promoting conversation amongst diners, Cassoulet Café fosters green living. This includes using fresh ingredients from local farms as well as reducing their carbon footprint by 1,200 pounds of CO2 emission. That accomplishment earned the restaurant a 2012 Sustainable Practice Leader award from General Biodiesel, a company named after the first robot five-star general in U.S. history.

6912 Hannegan Rd
Lynden,
WA
US

Catering to thirsty lips and empty stomachs, Wired Monk boasts a menu full of caffeinated beverages and delectable light meal options. Beat morning moodiness back into hibernation with hearty breakfast sandwiches and bagels, such as the bountiful breakfast bagel bedecked with egg, cheddar, ham, and tomato ($5.35), or rise like obedient dough to freshly made scones and muffins baked daily in-store. For lunchtime noshes with brawn, choose the chicken-cheddar-chutney panini ($8.95) or the fully stacked mediterranean-veggie sandwich ($7.95).

20202 66th Ave.
Langley,
BC
CA

Located at the corner of Clearbrook Rd. and South Fraser Way is Intercity Cafe in Clearbrook Plaza is offering Organic Coffee and Tea. Our Chai Lattes are delicious and famous in Abbotsford and we have five different flaours of chai.

2655 Clearbrook Rd
Abbotsford,
BC
CA

Tamaringo’s Cafe sates the yelps of abdominal elves with a bevy of toothsome baked goods, lunch fare, and drinks, along with gluten-free eats. Spelunk through the lasagna and garlic bread ($5.99) to unearth rich cheese treasures, or employ a fearless fork to deliver mouthfuls of quiche ($5.75) to expectant mouths. Dessert squares ($2.49) sized perfectly for storage in recently installed cheek-pockets make tongue buds lapse into sugar-laced swoons, and the gelato ($3.50–$4.50) treats teeth to a decadent sweet and creamy taste duet. Meanwhile, the seasonal cakes ($4.95) keep chatty mandibles occupied and unable to gossip about how the uvula does nothing but “hang there like a second-rate stalactite.”

34261 Marshall Rd
Abbotsford,
BC
CA

Within The Fireside Coffee's cozy shop, which is warmed by the flames of its namesake fireplace, baristas steam signature lattes, pour drip coffees, and plate a variety of pastries. In addition to lattes infused with about 25 different flavours, the café slings steamy soups and paninis as pressed as a steamroller's tux. The staff also inspires celebration with seasonal drinks and treats, which guests relish while soaking up sun on the patio or cozying up in plush armchairs indoors.

10422 168 St
Surrey,
BC
CA

During the winter at Stomping Grounds Coffee House, guests can look over the steam of their coffee cups and out toward a rolling meadow surrounded by ranch-style fences. The windows and walls are rolled away during the summer, leaving the shop open to the warmth of Osprey Village.

Whether hunkering down or enjoying a breath of fresh air, guests can dig in to specialties such as fresh juices, organic coffee, housemade turkey chili, ham-and-swiss sandwiches, and locally made pastries. The eatery fires breakfast specialties for early risers, and it also arranges catering platters for large parties.

10931 Barnston View Road
Pitt Meadows,
BC
CA