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LOCALS CHOICE

Enjoy a quality meal you know and trust. Abbotsford is home to many unique cafes, bistros, and unique restaurants. Explore our list and visit a tried-and-true favorite in a location close to you.

Afterthoughts specializes in amazing homemade dessert and famous cheesecakes. Also offering a variety of coffees and other beverages as well as light meal options.
Come on in and have a seat! Ann Marie’s Cafe is Abbotsford’s only 1950s diner. We have hamburgers, milkshakes, and 6 kinds of Eggs Benedict!
Boardwalk Cafe is one of the premier locations for experiential entertainment and social gatherings in Abbotsford and the Fraser Valley. Featuring the best table-top games alongside handcrafted sandwiches, specialty coffees, local food and treats; our space offers something for everyone. Over 300 games to choose from!
Bow & Stern is a great seafood restaurant, specialising not only in fish and chips but also oysters and other seafood. Wine, cocktails and over 50 different kinds of craft beer, from 18 different local microbreweries, make this a great place to eat and spend an evening with friends.
Lunch or brunch in a beautiful garden setting. Brambles Bistro has homemade delicacies from a unique and creative menu featuring fresh local produce and wines. Closed Sunday & Monday.
A blend of Montreal & New Orleans cuisine, stop in to Brodeurs for delicious food and a cozy atmosphere. Menu items included smoked meat sandwiches, jambalaya, and rotisserie chicken. All with your choice of 28 sides!
This brother and sister operated cafe is inspired by European coffee shops. Serving 49th Parallel coffee & tea, pastries, sandwiches and desserts. Beautiful space for meeting with friends.
This comfortable neighborhood café is situated just off the highway at Abbotsford’s easternmost exit (Whatcom Road). Clik Coffee Bistro is licensed, and serves coffee and teas which are certified organic and fair trade. Don't forget to try the gourmet sandwiches.
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