Eat & Drink

January 24 2018

Fresh Pastries and Baked Goods in the Neighbourhood

 

Friends! Raise your coffee cups high, careful not to spill a drop as we toast the perfect croissant, abscond with a scone, indulge plaisir from an eclair and go bananas for banana bread.

Our myriad of neighbourhood cafés offer fresh baked goods that are little bits of heaven on a plate. Gastown is known for serving some of the best available coffee in the city and perhaps less known for the delicious baking that comes from its ovens.

Each place has something special and your job is to go and try it all!

 Timbertrain

Raspberry Lemon Scone. Sweet raspberries with tangy lemon topped with a delicate glaze.

 

Caffé Di Beppe

Vanilla Creme Apollni. Absolute ecstasy.

 

Brioche

Croissants of all shapes and sizes. Made fresh in house daily.

 

Milano Coffee Roasters

Lemon squares. Enough said.

 

Buro Espresso Bar

Almond Croissant – light, fresh and covered in a layer of white dust like the first snowfall of winter.

 

Revolver

Coffee Cake. Soft, moist, with heaps of raspberries.

 

Smartmouth

Lemon cream éclair. Say no more.

 

JJ Beans

Cinnamon Roll. Wow!

 

Nelson The Seagull

Croissants and Pain au Chocolat. Made fresh daily along with scrumptious sourdough.

 

Birds & Beets

Blueberry jam ricotta toast. Tastes as good as it looks.

 

East Van Roasters

Banana Bread. Baked in house with organic ingredients including chunks of their own single-origin chocolate.

 

 Coffeebar

Chocolate Brownie. One is not enough nor is it made for sharing.