Coffee shops in your neighbourhood provide a sense of community. Having a local coffee spot to visit for meetings, friendship or even working remotely is something that we take for granted. When moving into a new area, it can take time to find a beloved spot to work or meet with friends. These 5 coffee shops in Abbotsford are just a sampling of a few favourites in the Fraser Valley area.
Duft and Co – Located on Montrose Avenue in Historic Downtown Abbotsford, Duft and Co is a local favourite opened by partners Tyler & Cassandra after backpacking through Europe for inspiration. It’s boutique décor and welcoming feel offers fresh, natural and high quality European style fare.
Legal Grounds Coffehouse – Opening in June of 2000, Legal Ground has been serving Abbotsford customers for over 16 years. Offering quality espresso, cappuccino, teas, blended ice beverages, sandwiches, soups, muffins, scones, and numerous other products, they are also supporters of the local arts community.
Old Hand Coffee – Open 7 days a week, Old Hand Coffee is an artisanal coffee shop dedicated to all stages of producing, preparing, and drinking exceptional coffee. Owned by married couple Kristina and Johannes, this couple has returned to their hometown to bring a European sensibility to their artfully prepared food and drink.
Clayburn Village Store and Tea Shop – For over twenty years Clayburn Village Tea Shop has offered delicious baked desserts, made to order sandwiches on fresh bread, famous daily soup & savory cheese plates. The warm environment is located in a quaint village area, and has become a favourite amongst locals and tourists alike.
Ann Marie’s Café – Ann Marie’s Café is about celebrating food, friendship and fun through good product. Decorated with a 1950s flair, the shop serves milkshakes and ice cream floats in addition to coffee and snacks. Well-known for it’s excellent customer service, Ann Marie’s is a true gem in the Fraser Valley.