Top 5 Best Coffee Shops in Coal Harbour

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Vancouver residents love their coffee almost as much as they enjoy taking in the sun and sights along the seawall. It only makes sense to combine the two.


Whether you’re looking for a classic cup of joe, an authentic Italian-style roast, or artsy cafes loaded with atmosphere, Coal Harbour coffee shops have everything you want. Here are our top 5 Best Coffee Shops in Coal Harbour.


49th Parallel 

689 Thurlow St, Vancouver, BC 

Founded in 2004, 49th Parallel has become a Vancouver micro-chain staple. If you live in Vancouver and you like coffee, you’ve probably been here. Tucked in the FortisBC Centre, 49th Parallel works closely with growers and roasters and serves coffee in which they believe. With three locations around the city, you can be sure you’ll get a great classic cup of coffee. As a bonus, they hand-craft Lucky’s Doughnuts from scratch, every day. What’s better than the ideal combo of coffee and doughnuts? 


6 Degrees Eatery

1590 Coal Harbour Quay, Vancouver, BC

6 Degrees Eatery is conveniently located on the corner of Cardero and Coal Harbour Quay. Weekends here are a breeze as you gaze out on Coal Harbour and the North Shore Mountains. In a relaxed environment, they serve rich coffee, fresh-pressed juice, house-baked pastries, and offer an impressive selection of tea. But Saturday mornings aren’t the only time you’ll want to swing by this cozy cafe. Open late, 6 Degrees Eatery offers West Coast fusion dishes made from local Vancouver ingredients, ice-cold gin and tonics, and bold glasses of Bordeaux. This cafe is the perfect place to enjoy Coal Harbour both day and night.


Cafe Bellagio

Vancouver Convention Centre, 1055 Canada Pl, Vancouver, BC

Cafe Bellagio at the Vancouver Convention Centre is about location, location, location. While you can get wine, pizza, and pasta at this centrally located cafe, we recommend ordering a cup of Italian style coffee and one (or two) of their fantastic desserts. Cafe Bellagio offers indoor seating as well as a heated and covered outdoor patio. Watch the city walk by on the seawall, harbour planes take off, and enjoy the ambiance of one of the most iconic areas in Vancouver. 


Bella Gelateria 

1001 W Cordova St, Vancouver, BC

Located in the luxurious Hotel Fairmont Pacific Rim, Bella Gelateria is a Vancouver gelato institution. Their mission is to spread deliciousness and happiness around the world. Here, gelatos are made fresh and in-house. From the classics to more inventive flavours and daily hits to seasonal treats, the gelato you’ve been craving is just a scoop away! Bella Gelateria also serves authentic Italian coffee, tea, as well as Boylan and Cabana soda. We recommend ordering an Affogato – your choice of gelato, covered in a shot of espresso – to get the best of both worlds. 


Coho Coffee  

1370 Georgia St, Vancouver, BC

In Vancouver, supporting local businesses is practically a hobby. Coho Coffee is that hobby, caffeinated. Coho Coffee is a coffee and espresso bar, as well as a commissary kitchen, existing to support hyper-local businesses in Vancouver. At any given time, 50 to 70 small and medium food companies are creating in Coho commissary kitchens. This unique coffee shop in Coal Harbour aims to tell the stories of these small businesses through menu offerings, retail products, events, and more! Serving Elysian coffee, this state-of-the-art hub is as cool as coffee comes.