17 cafés to try in Trois-Rivières
October 29th, 2019 | by Marjolaine Arcand
Need a pick me up or somewhere to sit back and relax? Here are 17 caffeinated options where there’s always something delicious brewing.
Discover impressive third-wave coffee in vintage surroundings with incredible views of the Saint-Lawrence river. The menu is completely vegan, with brunch available on weekends and a selection of breakfasts offered during the week, including sweet and savoury Scandinavian smørrebrød-style open-faced sandwiches.
15, rue des Forges
There’s also the recently opened Dep Frida, located halfway between the establishment’s corner store and café, where you can find light meals (soups, salads, and sandwiches), bakery items, and 100% vegan products.
1031, rue Ste-Cécile
Le Caféier specialises in roasting fine coffees from around the world, with house blends and special coffees also on the menu. Enjoy a bright spot on a quiet street where you can pair your coffee with quick bites like bagels, pastries, muffins, and more.
45, rue St-Antoine
Maison Griffin Café Boutique
Just like being in Maine! The owners of Maison Griffin have opened a café right in their store! Enjoy hot drinks as well as artisanal teas, desserts, and pastries… including homemade macarons! There’s also a lunch menu available. And when your cup is empty, it’s time to shop!
182 rue Saint-François-Xavier
Le Temps d'une Pinte (Le Torréfacteur)
When brewery Le Temps d’une Pinte decided to set up shop in the same space as Le Torréfacteur café, the new owners decided to keep both drinking spots. Discover a variety of coffees roasted right on site and a great place to sit back and relax until happy hour!
1465, rue Notre-Dame Centre
Just follow your nose down Saint-Prosper street to Le Panetier bakery. Enjoy their fresh bread and leave room for biscotti, brioche, croissants, cookies, and more. There’s also light meals like soup, salad, sandwiches, and pizza on the menu, as well as a counter of delicious fresh Québec cheeses.
995, rue Saint-Prosper
This popular café chain has 6 locations right in Trois-Rivières. Expert baristas are on hand to prepare a wide variety of coffees and frozen treats. Visit the location on Jean XXIII boulevard for a drive-through option.
2, rue des Ormeaux
100, rue des Forges
418, rue des Forges
3790, boulevard des Forges
5680, boulevard Jean XXIII
4520, boulevard des Récollets (Carrefour Trois-Rivières Ouest)
Do a load of laundry, browse the net, and enjoy coffee and a tasty treat at Le Bucafin! It’s a great place to hang out and talk to locals. Menu items are proudly made fresh from organic ingredients whenever possible.
920, boul. St-Maurice, Trois-Rivières
This popular spot specializes in roasting delicious coffee from all over the world even some of the most rare and hard to find! There’s also house blends and over 45 varieties of tea and herbal tea to choose from.
Step into the delicious aroma of fresh coffee, where Jacques and his team work behind the counter with a smile and are always ready to chat. Ask about their different beans and roasts for expert advice. A must-see in the city!
1316, boulevard des Récollets
A great place to stop for a cup and some creativity. For just $15 or so, you get a trio that includes a drink, a tasty treat, and a fun art project. Choose from wood, fabric, canvas, or crafts! Kids’ parties can also be hosted in the boutique.
2950, boulevard Saint-Jean
If tea is more your… cup of tea, then head to Urbanithé for a selection of over 250 teas and lots of fun accessories. You can also buy shortbread, biscotti, and scones to dunk in your cup! Reserve for Afternoon Tea and enjoy an extra-special treat.
1555, rue Badeaux
This little grocery store is also a great place to stop for coffee. The ever-changing menu includes sandwiches, soups, and salads made with seasonal ingredients. There’s plenty of organic and ecologically friendly fare on hand, as well as fresh, local products straight from the owners’ farm!
1522, rue Notre-Dame Centre
Les Moulins La Fayette
You have the choice of two locations in the city to stop for a coffee and a tasty treat! Enjoy a selection of pastries, cakes, chocolates, and more, as well as delicious options for breakfast or lunch.
450, rue Vachon
6305, rue Corbeil
La p’tite Brûlerie/L’Histoire sans fin
Coffee and reading go hand in hand, which makes this café-bookstore the perfect place to stop and sit a (long!) while. There are also vinyl records and CDs to browse. Their Facebook page will keep you up to date on all the latest cultural events that are being presented at the store.
363, rue Laviolette
Pompon Laine Café
School of textile art meets café the perfect place to visit if you love to knit, crochet, felt, or sew to your heart’s content!
667, rue Bonaventure
Boulangerie des Trois-Rivières
Much more than a café, this is where to come for traditional bread that’s mixed, kneaded, and baked on site. But it’s hard not to also be tempted by their selection of buttery pastries and treats made the French way. Stop by for breakfast, lunch, pastry specialties, and local products.
4, rue Fusey
World’s most popular coffee stop has 3 locations right in Trois-Rivières.
Delta Trois Rivières - Centre d’événements et de congrès interactifs (CECi)
1620, rue Notre Dame Centre
5005, rue Marion
Centre Commercial Les Rivières
4225, boul. des Forges
The Timothy’s World Coffee chain recently opened a new location in Les Rivières mall. Select from a list of specialty coffees, teas, and pastries cooked fresh on site.
4125, boulevard des Forges (centre commercial Les Rivières)
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