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11 Cute AF Cafes In Vancouver That Are Perfect For You If You Hate Coffee

Welcome to the coffee haters club. My name is Jasmine and I admit that I hate coffee. If you're offended, please don't stop reading. I just really value the sacred taste of some good quality tea. 

Okay, so I'm just (partially) joking. But, if you have a friend like me that can't stand the taste of coffee, or if you yourself love drinking tea, then this list was carefully curated with you in mind. Okay, so put down your earl grey latte, pull your laptop up real close and take some notes on the cutest cafes in Vancouver that are known for their teas! 

Neverland Tea Salon

Where: 3066 W Broadway // Kitsilano

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We recommend: Neverland High Tea

Price: 💸 💸

Why you should go: This is a blogger's paradise. Inspired by Peter Pan, the Neverland Tea Salon is specifically designed for your inner child's most whimsical desires. They serve high tea, pastries, sandwiches and even cocktails! Talk about the perfect girls' day!


Kafka's Coffee and Tea

Where: 2525 Main St // Mount Pleasant

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We recommend: London Fog, House-made Croissant

Price: 💸

Why you should go: This artsy cafe not only caters to coffee and tea lovers, they also feature local artwork on their walls! How cute is that? And they use five different brewing techniques! Sign me up, put my name down, I'm coming in.


Cha Le Tea Cafe

Where: 1207 Hamilton St // Yaletown

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We recommend: Almond Rose Latte

Price: 💸

Why you should go: This lovely new cafe is a mix of modern and vintage. The white fixtures and light wood furnishings create a calm and cool ambience that invites you in and begs for you to sit, sip and stay a while.


Secret Garden Tea Company

Where: 2138 W 40th Ave // Kerrisdale

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We recommend: Buckingham Palace Tea, Secret Garden Breakfast Scone

Price: 💸 💸

Why you should go: If you're a true lover of tea, you probably know about the Secret Garden. For life-long customers, Secret Garden has provided years worth of memories, high teas, and quality pastries.


Granville Island Tea Company

Where: 1689 Johnston St // Granville Island

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We recommend: Black Iced Tea

Price: 💸

Why you should go: If you find yourself exploring your way through Granville Island, then you have to stop at Granville Island Tea Company. It isn't technically a cafe, but the little make-shift shop that fits perfectly in the middle of the market is known for their high-quality teas!


Finch's Tea and Coffee House

Where: 353 W Pender St // Downtown

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We recommend: London Fog, Pear Baguette

Price: 💸

Why you should go: Finches is a classic. Vancouverites love the warm cozy interior of the cafe. It's the best place to settle down with a good book and one of their traditional London Fogs.



Where: Various Locations // GVA

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We recommend: Signature Karak Tea, The Works Coffee Bun

Price: 💸

Why you should go: Okay, so at first I was skeptical to try their Karak tea. A friend of mine recommended it to me because they knew my love of chai. I have to say that I am definitely a full-fledged fan at this point. It's spicy, creamy and warms you to your core. One of the best original tea lattes I've ever had!



Where: Various Locations // GVA

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We recommend: Milk Tea with Pearls

Price: 💸

Why you should go: If you're tired of hot teas, have some bubble tea! Chatime is inspired by traditional Taiwanese tea culture. They are constantly coming up with new flavours.


05 Rare Tea Bar

Where: 2208 W 4th Ave // Kitsilano

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We recommend: Flight of 3 Macarons, Matcha #1

Price: 💸

Why you should go: 05 Tea Bar is one of the only places in Vancouver that serve teas on tap! Not to mention, they brew their own kombucha! If that's not original, I don't know what is.


Soffee Café

Where: 1426 W 8th Ave // Fairview

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We recommend: Afternoon Demi Tea

Price: 💸 💸

Why you should go: Soffee encompasses traditional British tea time. The cozy cafe is filled with ornate teacups, handcrafted teaspoons and anything else vintage that you could imagine.


Adonia Tea House

Where: 2057 W 41st Ave // Kerrisdale

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We recommend: Egg Salad Sandwich, Blood Orange Organic Rooibos

Price: 💸 💸

Why you should go: The Adonia Tea House specializes in loose leaf teas and fresh local food. They pride themselves in taking their time to curate specially made bites for their customers, that have flavour and are locally sourced.


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