Snack, Drips, and Stops

Revolver

Touted as one of the great cafes in a city of coffee, I find myself preferring Revolver’s decor and location over its offerings. My five dollars got me one of the smallest, thinnest cappucinos of my life. Whether there’s expertise of quality beans at play, I couldn’t tell you. There were certainly an elegant array …

Cartems donuts

Donuts and hot chocolate for dessert in keeping with Vancouver’s Hot Chocolate Festival winding down. Tall ceilings and modern art hang on the walls. The campfire hot chocolate comes with a chewy s’more on a stick, not very graham cracker, but a pleasant lump of marshmallow. Not too sweet but frothy and smoky. Three donuts …

Page One Cafe

Tucked away a side street beside Ryerson is a bar cafe I must have walked past a hundred times. Quaint, dim, decorated with typewriters, books and squashy couches, the cappuccino I enjoyed while the the Ardent Fashionista celebrated her birthday was more than enough to lure me back. Beyond that, I met someone quite interesting, …