The 5 Best Coffee Shops in Vancouver

How else would you start your day if it wasn’t for a fresh and hot cup of coffee? We all have our morning routines to give us our kick start, but if you have been getting your coffee from a chain coffee shop, it may be time to step outside of your comfort zone. We’re going to help you out and tell you about some of the great coffee shops the city of Vancouver has to offer. These are 5 of the best coffee shops in Vancouver. 

Milano Coffee Roasters

A perfect latte is a work of art. Smell it, taste it, hold it, sip it. #ItalianSoul #GoldMedalCoffee

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If you’re a real coffee enthusiast, there is no doubt at all that you will enjoy having a fresh cup of coffee from Milano. For the espresso drinkers, their selection is incredible and you will be surely wooed by their preparation of drinks.

Bump and Grind

It’s a Gibraltar kind of day. #yvr #cafe #igersvancouver #gibraltar #cafegram #summerfun #caffeinefix

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The name alone should be the reason why you want to buy your coffee from here. If that isn’t enough, Bump n Grind has coffee from all over the country and their knowledgeable baristas will have no problem assisting you to find the best coffee for you.


Not even a gloomy day can stop a cup of pour-over.

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A trip through Gastown needs a stop at Timbertrain, it might be the best decision you make all day, and you’ll make it again every day after that. The coffee is enough to keep you coming back, but the train style seating and great decor make for some of the best Instagram pictures.

Matchstick Coffee

We never want this summer and its fruits to end.

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For those of us that need a great pastry to go with their coffee every morning, be sure to check out Matchstick Coffee. Their pastries are made in-house on a daily basis, a trip here ensures fresh coffee and fresh pastries.


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You’re in for some of the best roasts in North America when you make a stop at Revolver. The shop also has a great look with exposed brick and old wooden floors that look like they have met a lot of feet over the years.

What is your favourite Vancouver coffee shop? Don’t be shy, share with us in the comments!