If you’ve got a big Whistler trip planned or you’re simply passing through, knowing where to find the best coffee is an absolute essential. In this article, we’ll tell you all of the best spots to go for the perfectly brewed cup to start your day off on the right foot. We’ve included a selection of cozy cafes that you can walk to in both the Village and Creekside. One thing’s for sure—tasting the best coffee in Whistler will have you ready to take on the day, no matter what activities you have planned for your trip.

Let’s jump right into it!

Ecologyst Cafe

If you’re environmentally conscious, you’re going to love this new Whistler cafe. Ecologyst Cafe sources only the highest quality organic ingredients to bring you mouthwatering vegan, vegetarian, and gluten-free treats. They have teamed up with three other local businesses to bring you rich aromatic coffee from Bows x Arrows, as well as fresh organic sourdough and baked treats from 200 Degrees Bakery. If it sounds delicious, it’s because it is. You won’t want to miss it!

 

Ecologyst Cafe
4338 Main St #125
Whistler, BC V0N 1B4
Phone: (604) 962-7873

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Camp Lifestyle and Coffee

Camp Lifestyle & Coffee in Whistler BC

Camp Lifestyle and Coffee’s espresso bar is a hidden gem. ‘Camp’ stands for Coffee And Mindful Products, which holds true to everything the company stands for. Not only does the shop sell ethically sourced outdoor products like clothing and home decor, but they also make some of the best artisanal coffee in Whistler. The company uses 49th Parallel specialty coffee beans which are unwavering in quality and consistency. You can enjoy it in-shop or take home a bag of beans to brew every morning. In addition to incredibly rich coffee, don’t forget to indulge in the artisanal chocolates, caramels, and their wildly popular toasted marshmallows.

 

Camp Lifestyle and Coffee Co
1066 Millar Creek Rd
Whistler, BC V0N 1B1
(604) 932-0123

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BReD

You won’t want to miss BReD if you’re visiting the Creekside area. Their organic coffee and sourdough are simply to die for. In addition to being delicious, all of their beverages and baked goods are vegan-friendly and 100% plant-based. Best of all, BReD is in partnership with Trees for the Future—so every coffee you buy means a new tree is planted. Some of their most popular drinks are the turmeric latte, lavender latte, and house-made Indian Chai. Their milk is plant-based as well so it’s perfect if you prefer dairy-free alternatives. Don’t forget to indulge in a pecan cinnamon roll with tofu-based cream cheese frosting with your coffee!

 

BReD
206-2067 Lake Placid Rd
Whistler, BC V8E 0B6
(604) 967-3838

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Forecast Coffee

Forecast Coffee is home to some of the best matcha coconut lattes, decadent hot chocolate, and delicious espresso in Whistler. With everything from delicious light to dark roast, you can either take home a bag of fresh whole beans or enjoy a beverage in-house. If you’re on the go, you have the option to skip the line and order online ahead of time like a local. Plus, if you like knowing part of your money is going to a good cause, Forecast Coffee donates 1% of all sales to various social and community causes. The best part—you can suggest a cause you’re passionate about.

 

Forecast Coffee (Whistler Village Square)
4205 Village Square B
Whistler, BC V8E 1H4
(604) 932-3484

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Forecast Coffee (Function Junction)
101-1200 Alpha Lake Rd
Whistler, BC V0N 1B1
(604) 932-3484

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Purebread

Located in both Function Junction and Whistler Village, Purebread is a family bakery that also brews fantastic gourmet coffee. They have five locations in total throughout the entire Sea to Sky region. No matter which location you go to, simply by walking through the door, you can tell that the team is passionate about providing nothing but warmth and hospitality. Be sure to grab a coffee and a pastry while you’re visiting Whistler so you can see why the locals love it so much!

 

Purebread Whistler
4338 Main St #122,
Whistler, BC V0N 1B4
(604) 962-1182

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Mount Currie Coffee Company

The delightful roasts at Mount Currie Coffee are sure to bring a smile to your face from the first sip. You have your choice between the complex Benchmark espresso or the nutty Heavyweight espresso with hints of chocolate. People watch and take in the laidback mountain culture as you enjoy your must-have cup of morning brew. While you’re at it, we recommend taking home a bag of their famous half-caf roast. It’s called After Hours and it’s perfect for those times you’re craving an afternoon pick-me-up.

 

Mount Currie Coffee Company
103-4369 Main St
Whistler, BC V0N 1B4
(604) 962-2288

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Fix Cafe

Fix Cafe is a Creekside hotspot where you can relax on the patio while sipping a cup of gourmet coffee—when there’s not a blizzard, that is. Located in Nita Lake Lodge, the cafe is a well-known favorite among both locals and tourists in Whistler. They have a broad selection of organic coffee, teas, soups and sandwiches, baked goods, and freshly squeezed juices. Plus, if you’re health-conscious, you’ll love that all of their ingredients are locally sourced and freshly made.

 

Fix Cafe
2131 Lake Placid Rd
Whistler, BC V8E 0B2
(604) 966-5700

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Rockit Coffee

This fun new cafe concept is a welcome addition to Creekside and Whistler, serving up great coffee, gourmet sandwiches and tasty sweet treats, with a side of funk & soul! This themed coffee shop brings all the vibes with 70s-inspired decor, art and trinkets, best admired from the lounge-style velvet seating. Try their Prosciutto Rhapsody with brie and balsamic plum relish, but leave room for a PB&J Cruffin!

 

Rockit Coffee
#227  2063 Lake Placid Rd
Whistler, BC V8E 0B6
(604) 972-0991

We’d Love to Hear From You!

Did you get your fix of coffee from any of these renowned cafes during your stay in Whistler? If so, which of these coffee shops do you think has the best brew? Let us know your favorites in the comments below.

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