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The best places in the Eastern Townships to indulge in a savoury cup of coffee

Whether it’s at breakfast time, after a pleasant day on the ski slopes or simply to unwind at the end of the evening, there’s nothing better than a fine cup of coffee to warm you up during the winter months. Fortunately for you, the Brome-Missisquoi area abounds with places where you can savour a coffee in all its varieties, from a delectable (but all too brief) espresso to a brimming bowl of latté.


A coffee in a cordial setting

Café 1792

If you need a little boost to start the day, 1792 Coffee is espresso, latte or macchiato perfectly. The teas are also infused with love!

715 Rue Shefford, Bromont

Caféine & co

We love the atmosphere and decor of this charming café located in the Quartier Bromont. The lattes are simply tasty!

610 Pl. Champetre, Bromont

Pittstop velo café

In this friendly bike shop Bromont, you can also taste the delicious in-house roasted coffee of Julius café.

80 Boulevard de Bromont, Bromont

Brûlerie Virgin Hill

Virgin Hill beverages will have you travel to such places as Colombia, Kenya, Nicaragua and even Peru! For an even more personalized and unique experience,  you can also create your own blends by selecting beans adapted to your taste.

770 Chemin Lakeside, Lac-Brome

Rendez-vous café

Les clients apprécient l’exotisme des plats et le réconfort de ce café situé au cœur du centre-ville de cowansville. N’hésitez pas à y commander la fameuse soupe aux dumplings.

140 Rue Principale, Cowansville


Les Cafés de village

The network of Cafés de village in the Eastern Townships is similar to the Cafés de pays in France. These shops are designed to serve, besides coffee, healthy food fare and local and seasonal products.


La Mie Bretonne

Founded in 2009 by Brittany native Jean-Sébastien Béraud and his companion Annie Huard-Langlois, this artisan bakery is a must-stop for fine-food lovers. Not only can you enjoy a great-tasting coffee, but you can come away with one of the 30 different varieties of bread, Viennoiserie pastries or delicacies. They’re all lip-smacking good!

511 Sud, Cowansville

Café Rouge

This place not only offers specialty coffees to its clientele, it also has some 40 varieties of tea. Nice for breakfast or Sunday brunch.

32 Principale, Bedford

Le Cafetier

This is a popular spot among Sutton residents and people who love this part of the Townships. And with good reason, because the restaurant serves up wholesome food fare in a friendly setting. It’s the ideal place to warm up from the chill of a long snowshoeing trek or a few runs down the ski slopes.

9 Principale Nord, Sutton

Les sucreries de l’érable in Frelighsburg

What could be better than indulging in a piece of delicious maple syrup pie with a cup of fresh roasted coffee on your way back from an outing in Vermont or from a tasting of ice wine on the Wine Route? Located in Frelighsburg, this one-time general store that has been converted into a restaurant, is a treat for anyone who enjoys sweets, homemade dishes and products from the “terroir”.

16 Principale, Frelighsburg

Épicerie Café Dunham

Located at the entrance of the Dunham village, this café-bistro also offers a nice variety of marinated meats and ready-to-go meals.

3650, rue Principale Dunham


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