While the Quarters is near Downtown, there are great places to check out that are within a quick 10-minute drive of the neighbourhood. We sat down with Chantal Nguyen to ask about her favourite downtown cafes in the Edmonton area.
A café that prides itself in providing an enhanced customer experience when it comes to coffee. For Credo, it’s all about quality and taste, that is why they source rich flavourful coffee beans for a delicious blend for customers.
Enjoy a relaxing and down-to-earth atmosphere at Coffee Bureau. Located on Jasper Avenue, this café also offers pre-orders for their St-Viateur bagels, a delicacy that can be ordered online on their website or available fresh weekly.
Aside from delicious coffee, Lock Stock Coffee offers warm and appetizing in-house baked goods. From scones, cookies and savory muffins, this café is sure to appeal to your sweet tooth cravings. Select from breakfast and lunch options, which includes Focaccia Sandwiches and English Muffin Sandwiches.
Located on 109 St in the Peace Hills Trust building, District Café & Bakery offers dine-in and take-out options. Whether you’re there for a quick coffee and snack or for a meal, District creates delicious dishes from locally sourced ingredients to bring a fresh taste to everything made.
Iconoclast in Oliver Exchange Building
Hand made in Edmonton, Iconoclast brews coffee that is roasted daily in small batches served in compostable packaging – a testament to sustainable living. Customers can enjoy delicious coffee from an environmentally conscious roaster right in the Oliver Exchange Building.
When it comes to checking out cafés downtown, there are always a variety of options. Be sure to check out our other blog posts for great downtown culinary options near Downtown Edmonton.