Whether caffeine is a part of your workday or weekend ritual, your morning routine at EagleView Heights should definitely include a stroll to one of the local coffee shops in Gibsons.
With a variety of cafe options ranging from casual and homegrown to contemporary and upbeat, you’ll quickly find your favourite new spot.
Admiring the panoramic views of Howe Sound and taking in the quaint charm of lower Gibsons pairs well with espresso and a freshly baked croissant. OR perhaps you prefer a vegan donut and oat latte? Whatever your coffee shop run consists of, the seaside town of Gibsons has you covered.
And most conveniently of all, these options are either within walking distance or a short drive away from EagleView Heights!
Here is a taste of our favourite nearby local coffee shops:
Founded in 2015, Beachcomber is a craft coffee company with two unique locations in Gibsons. They proudly support the community through various initiatives, and their organic/fair-trade beans are roasted in small batches in Vancouver. Their iconic lower Gibsons location is a true setting to sit back and soak up the Sunshine Coast lifestyle.
264 Gower Point Road, Gibsons BC
Open Daily: 7am – 5pm
BEACHCOMBER TO GO
6 – 900 Gibsons Way, Gibsons BC
Open Daily: 8am – 3pm
Local favourites: Beachcomber signature dark roast coupled with a Deadly Donut.
The Black Bean is a warm and welcoming environment and a regular “hang out” for many of the local residents. It is also a popular stop over for many of those who are travelling through Gibsons on their way up the coast or back to the mainland. Drop in for delicious muffins and baked goods, breakfast sandwiches, lunch, soups, and a variety of hot and cold espresso drinks. Enjoy the sunshine and ocean breeze on the patio, or cozy up inside on rainy days.
467 Marine Drive, Gibsons BC
Open Monday-Friday: 7:30-4:00
Saturday & Sunday: 8:00-4:00
Local favourites: Savoury scones and the infamous Black Bean Burger.
Serving the Sunshine Coast since 1996, the philosophy at Wheatberries is simple. Amazing products begin with amazing ingredients, and delicious food made with love has the power to uplift, connect, nurture, and heal.
Their upper Gibsons location is a prime location to connect with neighbours, friends, family or enjoy a quiet moment to yourself.
818 Gibsons Way, Gibsons, BC
Open Monday to Friday 8-5
Sat / Sun 8:30 – 3:30
Local favourites: the Breakfast Sandwich and mixed berry muffins.
At the Gibsons Public Market, you’ll find Crazy Red’s Breads – serving freshly baked breads, pastries, and buns as well as delicious coffee, lattes, and a wide assortment of teas. Start your day with a beautiful stroll alongside the Gibsons Marina and surrounding neighbourhood before hitting the Market.
473 Gower Point Rd, Gibsons, BC
Open Tuesday – Sunday 10am – 5pm
Local favourites: the signature cinnamon bun with a Gibsons Fog (their unique take on the traditional London Fog).
Located in Upper Gibsons (as well as Sechelt), Lone Wolf Provisions has made a delicious mark on the Sunshine Coast. Made over three days, all of their breads are naturally fermented, using organic Canadian wheats. Their takeaway cafe in Gibsons offers not only their amazing breads, but also a curated selection of handmade pastries and coffee. They roast their coffee beans in house, to highlight the specific region, farm and processing method used.
#101- 1058 Gibsons Way, Gibsons
Open Thursday and Saturday, 9am to 4pm
Local favourites: Pain au Chocolat and Lone Wolf espresso.
Have you heard?
The EagleView Heights Presentation Centre in Gibsons is open Thursday through Sunday from 10am – 5pm, with only a few beautiful seaside homes remaining!
Drop in during open hours, or give us a call to book a socially-distanced appointment at 604.886.9195.
Over the past year (and counting), working from home has been more of a reality than ever. Whether you have a dedicated home working space – or you’re leveraging the kitchen table as a makeshift “open air cubicle” – it might be time to revitalize your home office.
With BC’s new Restart Plan announced on May 25th, we can gradually resume activities that were once taken for granted – such as dining indoors, gathering with friends, and roaming recreationally within our residential health zones.
Now more than ever, we all need to get away from the hustle and bustle of the city, from the chores and expectations of home and work, in order to feel the joy of escapism that refreshes our energy and renews our spirit.
Healthy fresh air, nature at your doorstep, a thriving seaside community. Just a few of the many reasons you’ll love living on Sunshine Coast, BC.