This is a page set aside for featuring special coffee shops or cafes that play Music For Coffee Beings for their customers.
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Blue Chair Café
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
With a fabulous menu this cafe also welcomes a talented slate or artists to its stage.
Visit The Blue Chair Cafe’s website to see who will be performing in the upcoming weeks.
Music For Coffee Beings Vol 2 artist Kat Danser plays The Blue Chair Cafe November 8th, 2007.
The Blue Chair Cafe hosts regular Music Nights. An Edmonton Cafe to check out.
The ECO CAFE
Tim and Deborah Wood
The Village at Pigeon Lake,
Canada T0C 2V0
Phone: 780 586 2627
The place to be for regional and seasonal cuisine. The ECO Cafe features local farm fresh products in home cooked meals. From quesidillas to lamb satay, The ECO Cafe honors the earth, wind, fire,and water that produces the food.
The Eco Cafe is tucked into a village multi-use complex off Highway 13, in Pigeon Lake, a hamlet of about 400 people on the shores of its namesake lake, approximately 105 kilometres southwest of Edmonton.
Here is an excerpt from “Food For Thought Magazine”
There’s an ornate sign above a glass-fronted door that reads, ‘Eco Cafe’. With its honey-coloured walls and hand-painted tables, one feels like a guest in a loved one’s kitchen, not an anonymous customer. On entering, the guest waits to be seated by one of the attentive and affable staff. While it’s unusual to have to wait in a country cafe, with only 10 tables inside or on the patio and a long list of customers, it’s a regular occurrence in the summer. “It’s not unusual to have a lineup the entire 12 hours we’re open,” grins Wood.
Wood says his emphasis is two-fold: he makes a point to buy from Alberta farmers, and, when possible, to buy organic. The menu, though inexpensive (most items are under $10) reveals Wood’s high-end culinary roots. It includes the ‘Canadian Club,’ which has Sylvan Lake smoked bacon, hot house tomatoes and turkey from a nearby farm. The burgers are made from extra-lean Angus beef that was born and raised in Alberta. And the menu’s piece de resistance is the tourtiere-style Game Pie, a blend of locally reared elk, duck and pork, served with sauteed new potatoes and organic vegetables. The cafe itself is filled to the brim with crafts made by regional artists. The food is showcased on hand-painted dishes and the walls are covered with art created by a deft – albeit elemental – hand. The atmosphere reflects Wood’s philosophy of ‘buy local,’ whether the commerce is crafts or cows.
3500 West 41st Ave.,
Neighborhood: In South Van, In Dunbar, On Forty First Ave
Hours: Mon – Sat 7am – 7pm / Sun 8am – 6pm
Pareen wrote “Thank you for sending me the Music For Coffee Beings CD. Great music, our customers enjoyed listening.”
Cafe Organica is a cosy but spacious cafe on the corner of 41st and Collingwood. This place is on a southwest corner, so gets some sun in the morning through the windows all along the East wall. Comfy armchairs, tables and chairs, bar seating or outdoor patio seating as well. There’s art on the walls. Oh, and there is a little faux fireplace in the back. Very friendly staff!
Serves: Organic Cuppa Joe Coffee, tea, and light snacks, grilled sandwiches and sweet treats.