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15 Regina Coffee Shops You Should Go To At Least Once In Your Life

Spilling the beans on Regina's coffee scene.

As of late, Regina's coffee scene has been looking like a glass half full. With a rise in independent local cafes & coffee houses, there's no shortage of places to go get yourself a good brew and maybe some good food too.

For all you fellow coffee shop lovers out there, consider this a local survival guide for those days when coffee feels like the only thing that will get you through.

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Atlantis Coffee // 1992 Hamilton Street

Located in heart of Regina Downtown, Atlantis Coffee is the go-to place to witness the hustle and bustle of city life. Or as their clever tagline puts it, “feel the urban energy.” It’s a popular spot for business meetings, study sessions, and even first dates.


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Café Drip // 1275 Broad Street

Drip is the coolest loft-style café in Regina, hands down. High ceilings, wooden benches, and a stone bar – it’s everything you would pin to your “interior design inspo” board on Pinterest.


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Fix. Coffee // 102-2055 Rose Street

Fix is the new cool kid on the block. Located in the Gardens on Rose, Fix is a cute and cozy space with friendly vibes. Speaking of friendly vibes, they host a co-working pop-up with The Launch every second Friday.


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33 1/3 Coffee Roasters // 1130 15th Avenue

Fresh, seasonal, and ethically sourced specialty coffee. Does it get any better than that? Yes, actually it does. They also share a space with the local brewery Malty National and vintage shop T+A Vinyl and Fashion.


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Café Francais // 1-425 Victoria Avenue

Café Francais is the hidden gem of Regina cafés. Its elegant décor and beautifully painted mural of the Legislative Building makes you want to drink with your tea pinky up and say the word “delightful” repeatedly.


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Recharge Café // 2054 Broad Street (2nd Floor)

Need some time out of your day to recharge? This unique walk-in café is the perfect grab-n-go destination for your afternoon pick-me-up. Say hi to Dave for me.


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Brewed Awakening // 2300 Dewdney Avenue (multiple locations)

Regina’s fan favorite. Known for their organic coffee and great homemade food, Brewed has successfully won over our caffeinated hearts. Check out their newest trendy location, Brewed on Dewdney (aka Brewedney).


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Le Macaron // 2705 Quance Street

If you’re a coffee lover with a sweet tooth, you’ll be in heaven at Le Macaron. This Parisian-inspired café and bakery literally takes the cake when it comes to decadent desserts.


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The French Press // 4114 Albert Street

Rumor has it, their London Fog will make your taste buds jump for joy. Need I say more?


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The Artful Dodger // 1651 11th Avenue

You know those days when you just want to tune out the world, curl up with a cup of coffee and a good book? Consider making this place your regular hermit spot. Grab a cup of joe and explore their secret library.


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The Naked Bean Espresso Bar and Cafe // 2505 Broad Street

Your friendly neighborhood espresso bar awaits you. With an eclectic mix of décor and art, it has that I-kinda-wanna-stay-here-all-day-because-it-feels-homey atmosphere.


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Magpies Kitchen // 4059 Albert Street

Magpies Kitchen is another hidden gem of Regina. Secretly tucked away behind Crocus & Ivy, this family-owned café has a menu chocked full of delicious home cooked recipes. Go for a sandwich, leave with a latte.


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13th Ave Coffee House // 3136 13th Avenue

Vegetarian fans, unite! The 13th Ave Coffee House is a tasty local haven for all things healthy and fresh.

P.S. Their breakfast bowls are amaaazing.


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Sweet Bakery & Coffee House // 2445 Broad Street

If you haven’t already heard, it’s pretty sweet. Go on and treat yo self.


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Tangerine: The Food Bar // 2234 14 Avenue

This is the place you go for a caffeine fix but end up leaving with a food coma. You have to go at least once a month for their latte specials and probably like every second day for lunch.


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