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Caffè Artigiano

Caffè Artigiano is an Urban Diner supporter

Caffè Artigiano coffee houses are located at:

1101 West Pender Street | Vancouver
Tel: 604-685-5333

763 Hornby Street | Vancouver
Tel: 604-694-7737

574 Granville Street | Vancouver
Tel: 604-688-3422

Unit 100 – 1100 Robson Street | Vancouver
Tel: 604-568-5543

302 Davie Street | Vancouver
Tel: 604-336-4766

2154 West 41st Avenue | Vancouver
Tel: 604-267-1008

740 West Hastings Street | Vancouver
Tel: Phone: 604-915-7200

925 Main Street in the Village at Park Royal | West Van
Tel: 604-913-1400

4359 Hastings Street | Burnaby
Tel: 604-473-2180

853 West Broadway | Vancouver
Tel: 604-875-6966

3036 West Broadway | Vancouver
Tel: BC / Phone: 604-734-3134

525 West Broadway | Vancouver
Tel:  604-675-9961

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When it comes to the best quality coffee and espresso, Caffè Artigiano is in a league of its own.

Regarded as North America’s premier coffee-house chain, Caffè Artigiano launched in Vancouver in December 1999 with a vision of an Italian-style coffee house and bistro that offered superior coffee, excellent food and a lively-yet-comfortable atmosphere. Today, the company is famous for its quality and is well known for it’s stunning ‘latte art’—a unique rosetta, tulip or heart atop each cappuccino and latte served. Guests enjoy the warm atmosphere rich with rustic-meets-contemporary Italian flare.

Caffè Artigiano is proud to have won numerous accolades over the years for its team of highly skilled professional baristas, who ensure that each cup of coffee is poured to perfection and holds the title of Canadian Barista Champion from 2003 through to 2009.

Visit us for the best coffee, espresso or latte in Vancouver and, stay for the food and enjoy the atmosphere. Caffè Artigiano sandwiches are made from scratch, fresh daily using only the highest-quality ingredients available. The menus also include made fresh daily panini sandwiches, along with specialty baked goods such as fresh pastries, muffins and scones (think to-die-for fruit and nut).


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