Cafes in St. Thomas


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  • The Silver Birch Tea Room
    Though eating carefully crafted cuisine is a delicious endeavour, enjoying it amid stunningly scenic surroundings can somehow make it taste even better. At The Silver Birch Tea Room, the outdoor confines bloom with verdant plants, a trickling waterfall, and a garden brimming with herbs from Heritage Line Herbs, the eatery's parent establishment. This backdrop feeds all of the senses, including one's sense of being stared at by plants. Diners can lounge under umbrellas while sampling fresh salads, perch on the sprawling wooden swing while enjoying sips of lavender lemonade, or stroll through the garden while contemplating how difficult it would be to grow cookies from the ground.
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    53443 Heritage Line
    Aylmer, ON CA
  • Cravings Coffee Market Sweet Shoppee
    Cravings Coffee Market ecstatically brews 100 per cent premium Columbian and fair-trade coffee alongside a menu of espresso, tea, and light fare in a relaxing caf? setting. Breakfasters start the day with a coffee ($1.50+; $0.25 extra for fair trade) and a yogurt parfait ($3.25), or a toasted breakfast bagel enfolding a trio of fried egg, tomato, and choice of meat ($3.25). Caffeine adherents with time to spare opt for an espresso creation, such as a caffe latte ($3.10+) or mocha ($3.50+) to sip leisurely while contemplating the weather-controlling device they just engineered.
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    9 Princess Ave
    St Thomas, ON CA
  • Wisdom Teashop
    Family owned for two years, Wisdom Teashop is committed to enriching the global tea community by providing Fair Trade and Ethical Tea Partnerships loose-leaf teas and products whenever possible. Savour the soothing taste of Japanese matcha ($6 for 50g), a rich, frothy green tea often used to make green tea ice cream, lattes, milkshakes, and bubble-bath beards. Or shake up your morning coffee routine with a steamy cup of Canadian breakfast tea ($4.95 for 50g), a specialty black tea blend whispering floral, oaky sweet nothings. Shoppers looking for gifts or a little something special to accompany their own tea-totalling will appreciate the selection of accessories and wares at Wisdom Teashop. Do your part to save the earth, one leaf at a time, by storing your lovely leaves in a round tea caddy ($2.75 for 50g container), a sleek, reusable tin good for long-term, air-tight storage. Once exposed to the freedom of the air, let leaves soak directly into your cup or pot with a stainless steel infuser ($5.95), or tea ball infuser ($3.75 for a 2" infuser).
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    610 Dundas St
    London, ON CA
  • The Little Red Roaster
    While there aren't many online reviews for this location of The Little Red Roaster, Restaurantica reviewers give other locations an average of 3.5 stars:
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    138 Wortley Rd
    London, ON CA
  • East Village Coffeehouse
    One of London?s only local, independent, and sustainable caf?s, East Village Coffeehouse is an indie oasis serving up fair-trade brews from international locales and retail coffee from local roasters Hasbeans, Las Chicas del Cafe, and Fire Roasted Coffee. To complement the succulent sippables, East Village boasts a largely organic menu including a variety of eclectic, internationally inspired dishes, many of which are gluten-free, low sugar, and/or vegetarian. This eco-friendly beacon of beanery is dedicated to minimizing waste by recycling and using reusable materials. Guests can enjoy free wireless while soaking in the funky, colourful d?cor made musical with streamed lounge music, rather than rivered rock ?n? roll. As one of two Artefex galleries, East Village displays myriad works of graphic art given a painted makeover on oil canvases. On December 12, East Village Coffeehouse will be participating in Share the Love: the East Village Arts Crawl, featuring the work of more than 30 London-based artists.
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    785 Dundas Street
    London, ON CA
  • Crazy Joe's Shisha Cafe
    With 40,000 or so people of Arabic descent in London, Joe Alomeiri—a native of Jordan—knew a Middle Eastern restaurant would be well received by the city. He also had a feeling that non-Arabs might be curious to explore some traditions of his culture, including shisha. So, in 2008, he opened Crazy Joe's Shisha Cafe, naming it with the moniker he earned from his years working multiple jobs at once, often with very little sleep. Joe allows himself to spend more time counting sheep, now that his sole focus is on his authentic shisha cafe. Free from tobacco, tar, and nicotine, herbal shisha—smoked from a water pipe, also known as a hookah—comes bathed in fragrant flavours, from fruity apple, guava, and peach to more indulgent tastes, such as chocolate and whiskey. Guests at Crazy Joe's can sink into a cushy sofa as they puff shisha and sip hot tea, or slide into a table and enjoy Middle Eastern favourites, such as chicken shawarma and falafel. On Saturday night, every seat in the house gets a full view of live belly dancers, who twist and shimmy amid the cafe’s vibrant, curry-coloured walls and blonde hardwood floors.
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    405 Wharncliffe Rd. South
    London, ON CA

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