Vancouver Coffee Crawl

With so many places to see in so little time, I obviously needed some coffee fixes! I had a few recommendations of places to check out, so naturally I did. The spots that I loved most were The Container, Cafe MedinaThe Commune and Caffè Musette. They're all pretty much downtown Vancouver, with the exception of Musette that's in Chinatown. Honestly, Vancouver is pretty small, so you can easily walk to all of them.

The Container  

This place has a kind of retro 60's Miami vibe going on; and I love it. Located inside the Burrard Hotel, I had a quick scone and a latte. The scone was not dry. That is all you need to know. So, go there if you have the time/chance. 

Cafe Medina 

That's some seriously delicious brunch, Van City. If a gypsy and a hipster had a lovechild, it would be this spot. Seriously, it's so cute and so good, I'm so glad all my recos pointed me in that direction. The hostess even gave us a spot despite it being really busy when she heard I was a blogger! I would go back in a heart beat. That salty caramel latte though... Drool.

The Commune

This breakfast spot was decent, nothing really too elaborate. Just a good old hearty breaky to fuel our day. It's a good spot for a quick bite, no line up. The best part? The white tables... gotta get that 'gram doe. AMIRIGHT.

Caffè Musette

Located in Chinatown, this place is a biker's dream. Scroll down to the pictures and you'll see what I mean. 

Victoria Island and Whistler were a dream, I'll post about it soon. For now, I have to get back to Toronto. I MISS MY PUG.