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There is no better way to start the day than with a proper cortado or cappuccino before heading out to explore the city. If you follow along on social, you’ll know I run nothing short of overly-caffeinated.

Before heading to Vancouver, I eagerly hopped online to check out the coffee scene. From quaint spaces to lively neighborhoods, Vancouver had it all. My eye was on spaces where the coffee quality and service matched design. After a few days in Vancouver, there were so may places to love. 

Here are 8 coffee shops not to miss in Vancouver

1.  Liberty Café
3699 Main St, Vancouver, B.C

2. Coco et Olive
3707 Main St, Vancouver, BC

3. Prado Cafe
1938 Commercial Dr, Vancouver, BC 

4. Revolver Coffee
325 Cambie Street, Vancouver B.C

5. Timbertrain Coffee
311 West Cordova Street, Vancouver, B.C

6. Nelson the Seagull
315 Carrall Street, Vancouver, B.C

7. East Van Roasters
319 Carrall Street, Vancouver, B.C.

8. 33 Acres
15 W 8th Ave, Vancouver, B.C. 

For more information on what to do in Vancouver, be sure to head to Tourism Vancouver.

*Bon Traveler was welcomed as a guest of Tourism Vancouver. As always, all opinions are own. 

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  1. Nice photos. Every coffee shop looks so friendly and inviting! I’m so sad I missed them while I was in Vancouver. Guess I’ll have to remember them for a future re-visit!

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