Do you need a hot drink in a cozy café to escape the cold? Keep reading to find out our favourite coffee spots around Prince George.

 

  • Zoe’s Java House: Pop by and try one of Zoe’s specialty coffees or fresh fruit smoothies. If you’re a bit hungry, they offer delectable baked sweets, muffins and scones. Zoe’s Java House has a tasty lunch selection including gourmet paninis and sandwiches, soups, vegetarian chili and even an assortment of delicious gluten-free items.

 

  • Café Voltaire: Located inside Books & Company, Café Voltaire is quaint and comfortable. Settle in with a book and delicious beverage for a lazy afternoon's read, meet up with friends for coffee and pastries, or stop in to grab a delicious lunch special.

 

  • Ritual Coffee Bar: Ritual Coffee Bar pours fresh craft coffee and espresso out of their downtown Prince George location. They also serve breakfast, which include delicious and innovative toast or breakfast bowls, and lunch consisting of some great open faced sandwiches. Lots of vegetarian friendly options!

 

  • Margo’s Café: Margo's Café is a busy coffee shop located in the heart of Prince George's downtown business area. They offer a variety of homemade baked goods and their soups, salads, wraps, and sandwiches are made from scratch. They also provide a large selection of hot and cold beverages to kickstart your day with caffeine.

 

  • Playgrounds Café: Playgrounds is an inviting and stylish family friendly café focused on quality products and service. In addition, they offer a staffed, interactive, indoor play centre where children have the freedom to learn, imagine, create, and make friends. This is a great spot for a warm drink and a baked good, while your little one burns off some energy!

 

  • Aiden’s Coffee & Confections: This newly opened coffee shop is located inside Bellissima at the Hart Shopping Centre. They offer a variety of fancy coffees and baked goods, that are sure to please. This is a great spot to warm up after hitting the slopes at the Hart Ski Hill.

 

Let us know you're favourite spot for a warm beverage!

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