Coffee Shops in Downtown Vancouver


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  • Vancouver Art Gallery
    The Vancouver Art Gallery boasts a permanent collection of more than 10,000 works and features the creations of well-known international and Canadian artists such as Emily Carr and Jeff Wall, alongside a rotating selection of travelling exhibitions. Currently, the gallery hosts the first and only drawing exhibit ever to travel from Paris's illustrious Musée d'Orsay, and the nearly 100-piece collection displays some of the finest 19th-century French art to creep over the borders of Gaul. Titled The Modern Woman, the exhibit features the work of Degas, Manet, Gauguin, and Renoir, among others, and addresses the artistic tides of the late 19th century as they began to migrate away from formal portraits and turned instead to snapshots of everyday life. On display through September 6, these ground-breaking artistic renderings reflect women's rapidly changing role in society at the time, with depictions of women wandering the streets in contemporary dress, casually dining in cafés, jogging on treadmills, and preening in the boudoir.
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    750 Hornby Street
    Vancouver, BC CA
  • The Fairmont Hotel Vancouver
    Settle arm-wrestling scores over sips and scones with The Fairmont Hotel Vancouver's afternoon tea for two ($36 per person), currently themed as "The Princess and the Tea." Guests will sit in the wing-backed chairs of the hotel's 900 West Lounge and be treated to fine finger foods made in-house and tasty teas, blended exclusively for Fairmont guests by the Metropolitan Tea Company. Delectables arrive on a three-tiered platter in an arrangement so appealing that Busby Berkeley's ghost's mouth would water—current bites include freshly baked plain and raisin scones, tea sandwiches topped with goodies such as chicken salad or cucumber, and pastries including lemon cheesecake and fruit tarts. Teawise, Fairmont's 14 flavours include the caramel notes of Maple Maple, the stress-reducing Egyptian chamomile, the green goodness of Jasmine Butterfly #1, and the limited edition 1907 Centennial Blend, drawing from a Harlem Globetrotter's passport's worth of international influences.
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    900 West Georgia Street
    Vancouver, BC CA
  • Ripple Rock Cafe
    Ripple Rock Cafe starts off mornings with the rich aromas of freshly brewed coffee and warm pastries, and greets the afternoon with healthy salads and hearty sandwiches. Like a tropical beach created by covering the bathroom floor with sand, the bill of fare is both homey and exotic—smoked meatloaf and cold turkey sandwiches are served alongside quinoa falafel wraps and sandwiches stuffed with prosciutto, fig, and goat cheese. Breakfast finds guests leisurely sipping lattes and frothy cappuccinos, or fuelling their bodies for work with wild mushroom omelets, eggs cooked any way, and homemade granola bars.
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    122-1050 Pender St. W
    Vancouver, BC CA
  • Tasty Life Cafe
    With a simple, soothing interior and a large menu of coffee, bubble tea, shakes, and pastries, it's clear that the owners of Tasty Life Cafe know what their customers like. Their formula isn't complicated: supplement a calm atmosphere with coffee, a sprawling variety of teas, and desserts that include custards and fruit-heaped cakes, and watch as the caf? becomes the go-to oasis of myriad locals. Reading a book on the leather sofa, sharing cookies in the glow of a table lamp, or consulting a crystal ball to decide between tea with tapioca pearls or agar jelly, customers can appreciate the cafe's generous menu and warm environment.
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    543 W Pender St.
    Vancouver, BC CA
  • Raw Canvas
    The hospitable staff at Raw Canvas challenges the concept of the starving artist with a menu of tapas and desserts that recharge brainpower for creative endeavours. Like a bust of Andy Warhol carved out of butter, Raw Canvas merges the worlds of art and cuisine with a painting pit where colourful brushstrokes flow freely and a dining area for munching on fine sausages and alpine cheeses. The restaurant-studio prides itself on its eco-friendly approach to both visual expression and bodily nourishment, stocking up on paints made on Granville Island and culinary ingredients culled from local family farms. Guests sip craft beers and complex wines as they marvel at Raw Canvas's gallery of original paintings by local artists, or admire the patron-conceived masterpieces that adorn the walls of the painting pit.
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    1046 Hamilton St.
    Vancouver, BC CA
  • Famous Famiglia
    Famous Famiglia's pizza has appeared on Celebrity Apprentice?so far only as a meal, but perhaps one day as a contestant. Although it received national attention on the popular TV series, the New York-style pizza had already earned a large number of fans the grassroots way: myriad restaurant locations around the globe. After leaving Frosinone, Italy and arriving in the Big Apple with her daughter and four sons, Mamma Rosa opened the first Famous Famiglia location in 1986. Since then, the small eatery has blossomed into an international pizza powerhouse worthy of camera time. Continuing the flagship eatery's tradition, the Famous Famiglia team blankets their pies with a wide selection of toppings, from basic cheese to more outside-the-box choices such as anchovies, eggplant, and tinier pizzas.
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    555 West Hastings Street
    Vancouver, BC CA

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