For the coffee lover, there are plenty of coffee shops in Langley to get your fix. Whether in Murrayville, Fort Langley, Walnut Grove or Brooksood, each neighborhood has its own local favorite. Each one of these coffee shops in Langley offer something a little different, from fresh roasted beans to sweet treats, to an unrivaled vibe or a unique twist. If you cannot decide, give yourself time to check each coffee shop in Langley out!
Best Coffee Shop in Fort Langley: Wendels Cafe
Wendels Cafe is more than a coffee shop in Fort Langley (the Birthplace of British Columbia), it is a bookstore and restaurant serving hot and cold food. Whether you want a great Mac and Cheese, or a sweet treat with a great latte, Wendles offers an unmatched atmosphere, making it one of the best coffee shops in Langley. It is a popular hangout for locals, and expect it to be busy when you visit as well. There is ample outdoor seating
Wendels is open 7:30am to 10pm 7 days a week.
Location: 9233 Glover Road, Langley
Gourmet Donuts and Coffee
Gourmet Donuts has been a staple in Walnut Grove and is the go-to place for delicious, freshly made donuts. If you are stopping in for your caffeine fix, try one of their lattes. This mom and pop shop in Langley also serves up sandwiches. If you want the best selection of the fresh-made donuts, be sure to get there early!
Hours: 6am to 5pm 7 days a week.
Location: 20999 88th Ave, Langley
Best Coffee in Murrayville: Tracycakes Bakery and Cafe
Tracycakes Bakery and Cafe is another of the popular langley coffee shops. They serve up made-from-scratch specialty cupcakes, homemade soups and are famous for the perfect local high tea.
Hours: Tues to Sat 9 – 4
Location: 21594 48th Ave, Langley
Porter’s Bistro Coffee and Tea
If you have ever watched a Hallmark movie, chances are, you have seen Porter’s Bistro Coffee and Tea house in Murrayville. Porter’s is located in one of Langley’s heritage buildings and is rich in history. They serve more that coffee and tea. You can order hot breakfasts, sandwiches and a selection of hot meals. They bake their fresh goodies on site each morning and also have giftware from local businesses.
Location: 21611 48th Ave, Langley
Republica Coffee Roasters Fort Langley
Republica Coffee Roasters is probably the best coffee in langley. It is definitely the best place in Langley to get freshly roasted beans. They are a locally owned and operated artisan coffee roasteria and pride themselves on their eco-friendly packing and freshly roasted, high-quality beans. For those who really love their coffee, Republica serves up a mouth-satisfying cup of coffee.
Hours: Monday – Thursday: 9:30am – 3:00pm, Friday – Sunday: 9:30am – 5:00pm and Statutory holidays in BC: 9:30am – 3:00pm
Location: 9203 Glover Road, Langley
BlackSmith Bakery Fort Langley
Another Fort Langley favorite is Blacksmith Bakery. It is located on the site of the old Blacksmith shop outside of the Fort. Make sure you try their meringues if you like a sweet treat! It is not easy to find fresh-baked ones anymore! They also make a great pizza!
Hours: 7:00 am to 7:00 pm 7 days a week
Location: 9190 Church St (Near Parks Canada’s Fort Langley
While many go to Saba for their delicious skillets, they are actually a coffee shop with a bistro attached! They offer take and go coffee’s and pastries but if you have time, stop in for a meal at their location on Glover Road. You will not be disappointed.
Location: 23343 Mavis Ave
Saba Hours vary by day Tuesday & Wednesday 8:00am-4:00pm, Thursday & Saturday 8:00am – 9:00pm, Sunday 8:00am – 8:00pm
Best Downtown Langley Coffee Shop: PinkAvo Cafe
Located on downtown Langley’s Fraser Highway, PinkAvo offers ethically sourced coffees and a plant based menu. You will see avocados featured in a lot of their dishes for good reason, its right on their logo and in their name! As they say, “its kind of our thing!” Try a Lavander Latte if it is your first time at PinkAvo, you will not regret it!
Hours: 7 days a week 10:00am to 4:00pm
Location: 20534 Fraser Highway
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