During the coldest days of the year there’s nothing better than ditching to-go cups in favour of a cosy coffee shop. Since winter’s just around the bend, we asked our Twitter fans to share their favourite New Brunswick spots to curl up with a cappuccino and good conversation.
When you’ve had enough of the chilly weather and you’re ready to duck inside for some caffeine goodness, here are a few of your best bets. Don’t see your favourite on the list? Let us know!
Close your eyes for a second in this café and you’ll swear you’re in Paris. Recognized by the Huffington Post as one of the 20 best bakeries in Canada, you’re in for a real treat as soon as you step through the door.
Locals love this café, and you will too. This classic college town joint offers a welcoming quirky vibe, exceptional espresso and handmade pastries made with local ingredients.
This charming neighbourhood café serves up a whole lotta cheer. The decor’s vibrant citrus colours will wake you up as much as the coffee does, and if that gets you in the mood for a rousing game of foosball just head on over to the café’s lounge and games area.
This adorable café is located in the equally adorable town of Saint Andrews, a small community that’s big on charm. Hit up this spot more than once and they’ll likely remember your order. Enjoy your drink in the cosy upstairs lounge or by wandering down lively Water Street - both offer spectacular views of the Bay of Fundy.
Miramichi is known for being Atlantic Canada’s great outdoors, so you’re definitely going to want to grab a cup of locally roasted coffee to fuel your adventure. Stop by this spot for a cup of joe and some local conversation.
Sourced from the highest quality raw green coffee beans then small-batch roasted to perfection, Java Moose is a beloved institution for Saint Johners. Chill out in the Prince William Street location or grab a cup at the Saint John City Market to sip while shopping.
Get a side of Bay of Fundy with your coffee. (And some delicious food, too.) Located about 5 minutes from the entrance to Fundy National Park, this café serves up seriously good organic fair-trade coffee and espresso. Enjoy on the outdoor patio or sip inside when cooler weather prevails. (Open weekends starting mid-January)
Live music plus freshly made soups, sandwiches and deli items make this spot a local favourite in the northern city of Campbellton. A short drive from Sugarloaf Provincial Park, there’s no better way to wake up to nature than with one of Café Europa’s famous creations.
The charming false-front facade of this French café draws patrons in, but it’s the quality beverages and menu items that keeps them coming back. Equal parts coffee shop, bakery, lounge and deli, you’ll want to try each and every one of the tempting treats on display.
Come here for tea, coffee, and curiosities in this city that borders both the United States and the province of Québec. Café Lotus Bleu provides an eclectic mix of offerings with an international vibe - perfect for that one-of-a-kind coffee shop atmosphere.
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