Enjoy these local coffee shops in Coquitlam Vancouver

When you tire of carbon-copy corporate coffee shops, it’s time to start exploring your options. All the cafés on this list are either Canadian companies or rely heavily on local farms, roasters and coffee growers — one of them may just be your new favourite coffee spot in Coquitlam.

The Coffee Bun Bakery & Cafe

1011-1163 Pinetree Way, Coquitlam, BC V3B 8A9

You may have seen Kicking Horse coffee around your local grocery store and you may even have tasted these fine Canadian beans at one time or another. If you’re in the Coquitlam area and need a java fix, head over to Coffee Bun where they brew these tasty beans. Their filled coffee buns come in 10 different flavours, including cream cheese, vanilla and chocolate chip… Why are you still reading? Go get one!

Waves Coffee House

1316-2929 Barnet Hwy, Coquitlam, BC V3B 5R5

Small-lot farmers love Waves, because this stellar coffee company purchases exclusively from the little guys. And, as little as they are, they pack a bigger punch than anything you can buy in a jar, can or corporate pot. The rewards system is Waves’ way of spreading the love to customers. A staple stop in the Lower Mainland, Coquitlam's location is no different — you're guaranteed a great cup every time.

Pink Sugar Café

115-3030 Lincoln Ave, Coquitlam, BC V3B 6B4

If you have never had the pleasure of visiting a Japanese-style café, now is your chance. Come in to the Pink Sugar Café for a delicious latte and stay for an artisan sandwich made by Chef Megumi-san. The home-made desserts and daily lunch specials are a convincing reason to stay for more than a mug of their fine coffee.

Creekside Coffee Factory

19-2773 Barnet Hwy, Coquitlam, BC V3B 1C2

Coffee art is taken to a whole new level when you find a cute little bear drawn on your latte foam. If you’re looking for your new happy place, then this café is your best bet. Bragging points, other than the latte art, include live musical guests and fresh beans from Columbia, Peru and Tanzania. This little café packs a punch and is a hidden gem in Coquitlam.

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