Coffee Shops in Niagara Falls

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  • Terroir La Cachette
    Terroir La Cachette, tucked away in the heart of Niagra-on-the-Lake, plates fresh, local cuisine in the Proven?al style? hearty ingredients saturated with simple flavours. An award winning wine list, with selections from Strewn Winery?home to La Cachette?compliments Chef Alain Levesque's menu's twists on French countryside fare. For lunch, dig into the braised onion, wild mushroom, and camembert tart nestled in a bed of greens ($15), or for dinner, salve stomach hunger sensations with the popular Brome Lake duck confit, glazed with a sour cherry bigarade ($30). A vibrant, convivial atmosphere and peaceful terrace evokes windswept Proven?al landscapes and the urge to toss windswept Proven?al Frisbees.
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    1339 Lakeshore Road
    Niagara On The Lake, ON CA
  • The Crown and Crumpet Tea Room
    As a child, Lorraine, the owner of The Crown and Crumpet Tea Room, lived with her family above a restaurant in the United Kingdom, eventually owning her own teahouse, Petticoat Tails, in Winchcome in the Cotswolds. Years later, after moving to Ontario, Lorraine came across a historical brick house built in 1929, and immediately saw its potential as a classic teahouse. The home gives one the sensation of having stepped into another time and place, furthered by antique tea sets and imported British candies including blackcurrant licorice and toffee bonbons. Beneath the crisp lines of British flags hanging from the walls, the family uses produce and ingredients from local farms to make lunch, high tea, and dessert each day. Lorraine’s rotating menus have included leek-and-goat-cheese quiche with fresh local asparagus as well as lamb with mango chutney carved tableside. In a sunny outside garden, cups click against saucers painted with colourful sprays of flowers like the world’s least intimidating monster truck.
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    3792 Main St.
    Jordan, ON CA
  • The Irresistible Bean
    The Irresistible Bean, owned and operated by a family, serves drinks pressed from a special proprietary bean blend. These conscientiously sourced beans imbue rich flavour into lattes and traditional cups of coffee, which arrive hand-pressed or siphon-brewed. Non-coffee drinkers, meanwhile, can sip spiced chai drinks or eat one of the shop's signature paninis. Turkey, roasted red peppers, swiss cheese, and reduced-fat mayo top the Irresistible turkey sandwich, whereas the veggie swaps meat for cucumbers, lettuce, avocado, and pesto or garlic-mayo sauce. Humming with energy well into the night, the café also hosts poetry readings, live music, and game nights, to be found on its events calendar.
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    108 Saint Paul Street
    St. Catharines, ON CA
  • Suite 108 Cafe
    Suite 108 Café's talented chefs pour their experience into crafting housemade soups, sandwiches, and café drinks made from local ingredients. Hearty ciabatta, sprouted-grain breads, and fresh bagels carry sandwich fixings such as shaved prosciutto, peach mustard, and pulled chicken. Cranberry- and goat-cheese salads mull together mixed greens, live sprouts, pumpkin seeds, and a balsamic reduction. Thirsts revel in vanilla-almond-milk tea lattes, fair-trade coffees, or smoothies made with natural yogourt, honey, and butter churned from grass-fed peanut milk. Busy patrons can grab carryout food packaged in compostable and recyclable containers.
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    1 Saint Paul Street
    St. Catharines, ON CA
  • Kung Fu Tea
    For the founders of Kung Fu Tea, kung fu isn't just a martial art?it's a way of life, a drive to constantly better oneself and push limits. Though this might seem like a lofty inspiration for a tea company, it's a testament to the staff's passion for their craft and dedication to creating drinks based in authentic Taiwanese recipes. Perhaps that's why, since being founded in New York, the franchise has spread to more than 40 locations in North America alone?not to mention branches in Southeast Asia and on all 62 of Saturn's moons. At each location, fresh fruit and teas form the base of frozen and chilled drinks?from a red bean-herbal jelly milk tea to a taro slush to a frozen caramel macchiato.
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    520 Lee Entrance Suite 111
    Buffalo, NY US
  • Sunshine Cafe II
    One of the more inexpensive restaurants in Buffalo, visitors of Sunshine Cafe II won't break the bank for a good meal and delightful experience. Whether you are heading there for the excellent quality, friendly service, or both, you'll always leave this restaurant satisfied. Though the overall price can be a bit on the low side, you won't be sacrificing any quality. If you're in a hurry, you can always take advantage of the convenient take-out offerings. When you put it all together, Sunshine Cafe II definitely stands out from the rest.
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    300 Corporate Pkwy
    Buffalo, NY US

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