About this Business
Italians have an extremely serious coffee culture; in fact, Starbucks' founder even came up with the idea for the chain while sipping espresso in Milan. Caffè Artigiano may be located in Vancouver, but the Italian-style coffee house takes its coffee as seriously as its counterparts overseas. For instance, it sources its coffee from a variety of countries, then roasts the beans to bring out their subtle flavor profiles. And it has a fondness for espresso, even creating a private reserve line that patrons can take home.
Caffè Artigiano complements its espressos, drip coffees, and french-press beverages with housemade soups and sandwiches. It has baked goods, too, including oversized muffins and croissants, and some locations have brunch offerings such as eggs benedict.