The best coffee shops in North Vancouver

North Vancouver's streets are paved with coffee shops. For friendly baristas, mouthwatering pastries and art in your cup – check out these hot spots. [Photo © Yellow Pages / Pages Jaunes]

JJ Bean Coffee Roasters

125 17th St E, North Vancouver, BC V7L 0C5

This Vancouver family enterprise has coffee shops all over the city. Enjoy their locally-roasted blends at this handy North Van location. Beans are roasted five days a week for peak freshness and they’re big on fair trade when sourcing beans from suppliers in South America and Africa. For a snack with your coffee, there are humongous muffins, alongside scrumptious scones, buns and tarts.

Moja Coffee

1412 Rupert St, North Vancouver, BC V7J 1E9

Take a deep breath when you step inside and inhale the aroma of the best coffees from around the globe. The owners of Moja source only the best quality beans and there’s a window from which you can view all the roasting activity. It’s the kind of place where coffee connoisseurs are created.

Brazza Gelato & Coffee

1846 Lonsdale Ave, North Vancouver, BC V7M 2J9

At Brazza, you’ll be served the most divine Italian espressos, cappuccinos and Americanos by baristas who make you feel special with their nifty coffee art. They also serve a huge array of homemade creamy, fruity and nutty gelato.

Waves Coffee House

93 Lonsdale Ave, North Vancouver, BC V7M 2E5

You can be sure that every drop of coffee you drink at Waves has found its way to your taste buds by a fair trade route. For a treat, try the Waves mocha, which marries Belgian chocolate with one of their perfect house blends.

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