February 27 2014
Spread the Word: Cambie Street Businesses Are Open During Construction
Written by Gastown Admin
Water Street Cafe
300 Water Street
The Water Street Café established in 1988 is a Gastown cornerstone overlooking cobbled streets and the world famous steam clock. The Water Street Cafe uses only the freshest of ingredients, preparing all of their menu items in house, from the daily baked fresh breads to the exquisite desserts.
Olla Urban Flower Project
235 Cambie Street
Olla Urban Flower Project is a social enterprise plant and flower shop carrying urban flowers, local flowers, and ethical flowers grown by international growers certified by Fairtrade or Veritflora. Drop by the shop for a tactile and collaborative design experience or call or email for fast, no fuss ordering.
231 Cambie Street
Like fluffy clouds in a blue summer sky, Parade’s high quality organic baby clothes are luxuriously soft and comforting, using 100% GOTS certified organic cotton. Their collection reflects and represents what Parade Baby is all about: a colourful, creative, modern and aspiring organic clothing company for babies and toddlers.
Inuit Gallery of Vancouver
206 Cambie Street
Since 1979, the Inuit Gallery has offered museum quality Inuit and Northwest Coast First Nations art while presenting important exhibitions of Canadian aboriginal art, featuring new works by senior artists and exploring the work of the talented next generation of artists.
301 W. Cordova St.
The Organic Fair Trade coffee made to your liking, the toasted focaccia sandwiches and Azzi’s homemade soups are amongst the reasons why Bambo Cafe has remained a Gastown favourite for so many years. Enjoy breakfast, lunch, afternoon treats, or dinner. On the menu you can also find vegan or gluten free meals and snacks.
317A Cambie Street
Deadly Couture offers alternative fashion carrying a wide array of custom clothing to suit all needs and sizes and stock many amazing brands from all over the world. For corsets and punk gothic clothing, shop their house brand, Dead Dichotomy Designs.
Why Knots Curiosities
319 Cambie St
Come and shop Why Knot’s selection of costumes, clothing, and accessories for raves, festival, tribal, vintage, and up-cycled designs. Make sure to check out their selection of consigned local artisan designs.
325 Cambie Street
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The concept for Revolver is to create a coffee bar that is entirely coffee-centered, using a traditional brew-bar style in which everything is made to order. Enjoy a rotating selection of carefully chosen beans.