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This cafe was started by small space hospitality visionary Nate Box. The District has recently been expanded and now the daytime restaurant and bakery stays open late and turns into a cool spot for wine and snacks at night.
Little Brick restores history to an old brick house in Riverdale. This cute coffee shop serves delicious brunch and lunch items, and has one of the best small spaces in the city.
Enter the first half of the city’s DOSC and you’ll find yourself in the Sober Cat Cafe. The DOSC facility consists of a cafe, serving Rogue Wave coffee, a restaurant and a restaurant. Stop by in the morning for a coffee and return in the evening for a steak and specialty steak.
Credo is a family of coffee shops that are well known in the community for their excellent coffee (and London Fogs for the non-coffee drinkers). Every cup of Credo coffee is filled with a delightful aroma. Their coffee is direct trade, ensuring that their farmers are paid 25% higher prices than fair trade prices.
Close Stock Coffee
At Lock Stock, espresso is carefully brewed, delicious biscuits are baked fresh and heated to order, and English muffins are baked daily in a variety of sandwiches, making them a must-stop when around town.
Remedy Cafe is one part Indian and Pakistani restaurant, one part coffee shop. If the TV show ‘Friends’ was filmed in Edmonton, the cast would gather every day at the Jasper Avenue location. Their famous house-made chai pairs well with sabhji masala or butter chicken wrap.
The Coffee Association
Jasper Avenue’s Coffee Bureau has all kinds of highlights: from the 1950s Italian brass chandelier and classic Izzo espresso machine to the bright smiles of the men and women themselves. Coffee Bureau serves Ace Coffee and Steven Smith’s roasted tea along with freshly baked cakes, muffins, croissants and gluten-free nibbles.
Do you like fresh flowers? Brew+Bloom is Edmonton’s first brewpub and boutique. It’s a great place to grab a bite or drink to go or dine with a large group in a relaxed garden setting. Also, it’s a great place to take instagrammable photos.
Rosewood Foods is a local deli that offers handmade baked goods, breakfast, lunch and best of all… coffee! They also make beautiful cakes that can be made using gluten free or vegan ingredients. Stop by for a cup of joe on your way to work, or fill your breakfast with dishes like corn French toast (with bacon, avocado, paprika, maple & crushed chili).
The Grizzlar Coffee & Records
Since 2018, The Grizzlar has been sourcing, roasting and serving the finest specialty coffees in the community. Their downtown Edmonton roastery has a punk-rock vibe and is a must-visit for true coffee lovers. Unique and daring adventures live here!
You may walk past a local coffee shop and not notice, but we’re here to see you! Stopgap Coffee blends into the beautiful Oliver neighborhood and is a quick walk to the Alberta Legislature Building and Constable Ezio Faraone Park (with great views of the river valley and the High Level Bridge). This cute indoor coffee shop is a great place to grab a coffee to go.
The Moth Cafe
When thinking about local meat lovers, you can’t miss The Moth Cafe! POC, family and women owned, this vegan cafe has a green dining room with plants that thrive in its natural light and food that embraces its way of food to nourish it.
When thinking about coffee on 124th Street, you can’t miss Tiramisu Bistro. Delicious coffee and desserts, food made from scratch and a fun atmosphere will keep you coming back for more!
Iconoclast Coffee Roasters
Iconoclast Coffee brings great passion to roasting coffee and serving it in special places. Carefully roasted, all of their coffee supports living wages and is served in compostable packaging. Check out their new location in the hip Oliver Exchange Building.