Honolulu Coffee will open a new location in the Olympic Village

Looks like Vancouver is becoming another place to go for island vibes, and no major travel is necessary. Honolulu Coffee opens a new location in Vancouver.

A new outpost of the concept is expected to open in the Olympic Village in early fall. You’ll find it at 97 West 2nd Avenue.

The new cafe will join sister locations in downtown Vancouver and Kerrisdale to serve farm-to-cup coffee and delicious bites.

The Honolulu Olympic Village is 985 square feet and will offer seating for 25 people as well as a dog-friendly patio where people can indulge in a full menu of espresso drinks, Açai smoothies, bread guava, croissants, sandwiches, etc.

Store manager Tennesse Cabigting and owner Ming Yang (Courtesy of Honolulu Coffee)

“Aloha means love, peace, compassion and mutual understanding of respect. These are the values ​​we strive to convey to our customers and our community at all of our locations,” says Ming Yang, owner of the three Vancouver Honolulu Coffee locations.

“We want to serve the False Creek neighborhood with a different approach to coffee and provide high quality service and a fresh approach to coffee food and drink.”

To celebrate this exciting news, the other two cafes in Honolulu are offering free Kona drip coffee on Monday, August 22 and Tuesday, August 23.

Be sure to head downtown (888 Nelson Street) or downtown Kerrisdale (2098 W 41st Avenue) and take advantage of this great deal.

We will keep you informed of the exact opening date of the Olympic Village, stay tuned!

Courtesy of Honolulu Coffee

Cafe Honolulu – Olympic Village

Address: 97 2nd Avenue West, Vancouver


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