With the year coming to a close the Vancouver Coffee Snob has curated his 10 best Vancouver coffee shops of 2016. Not surprisingly three Kitsilano coffee shops caught his attention.

So if you’re looking to mix things up in 2017 and venture from your regular joint, below are three that are worth visiting. You may also want to check out the upcoming Vancouver Coffee Tour , which takes place on January 21st, January 29th, and February 5th.

Olive & Ruby

2839 West Broadway, 604-801-9600

Newcomers to the Vancouver coffee scene, Olive & Ruby is an artistically beautiful venue, with some great coffee drinks and one of the best Acai bowls we’ve ever tried. The staff are friendly and the bathroom will compliment you on the way in (read the review to understand what on earth we’re talking about here)!

Platform 7

2300 West Broadway, 604-620-2717

Making the list for the second year in a row, Platform 7 is a wonderfully fun train station themed coffee shop in kits, show casing Stumptown beans with nitro cold brew and a wide selection of delicious food. Get lucky and you may get Kuni, an award winning barista, to draw you some incredible latte art.


1822 West 1st Avenue, 604-222-9002

Kahve is first off our favorite place in Vancouver for brunch. Their food is truly incredible and is backed up by their award winning baristas skills in making excellent coffee and tea drinks. It’s run by a husband and wife duo who are quite possibly the most welcoming and friendly coffee shop owners in the city.

Last modified: October 26, 2020

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