Located in Winnipeg's historic Exchange District, Parlour Coffee is dedicated to creating an excellent experience centred around high quality specialty coffee.
beside the woodbine since 2011
Parlour proudly serves and sells ethically sourced and seasonally fresh specialty coffee from several of North America's leading micro coffee roasters including 49th Parallel, and Dogwood Coffee. We also really love and serve great tea from Camellia Sinensis (Quebec).
Our retail offering includes freshly roasted coffee beans, high quality tea, and coffee brewing paraphernalia / accessories. We carry Aeropress, Baratza burr grinders, Chemex, Hario, Keep Cups, and the world's best drip coffee maker, the Technivorm Moccamaster.
Wolseley's Tall Grass Prairie Bread Company, Bronuts, The Store Next Door and our pals at Beet Happening supply us with fresh baked goods, delivered daily. We use Red Spring Bakery organic sourdough bread for our not-too-fancy toast menu featuring housemade ricotta and jams from our pals at Vera Pizza.
We try our best to cater to a variety of dietary restrictions and offer milk alternatives, as well as vegan and gluten free baked goods.
1% of all sales in 2018 go to Main Street Project
468 MAIN STREET
Major bus routes, bike racks, and metered street parking available. Free 2-hour parking every Saturday. More parking info here
Monday to Friday: 07–17h
Sunday & Holidays CLOSED
To avoid interruption of service, we do not have a telephone in the shop. Please drop by and say hello, send us a postcard, email us, or interact with us via social media.
NO WIFI. TALK TO YOUR NEIGHBOUR.
We do not have wifi. We are proud of the environment our customers and staff create together. We believe physical experience is tantamount to coffee quality.
To ensure a pleasurable visit for all customers, we do not allow paid professional photography / videography in the shop during business hours. If you would like to shoot a commercial project in our space please contact us.
Although we are suspicious of an overly connected lifestyle, we do see some merit (and fun) in using social media. Feel free to follow or disregard our silly internet presence @parlourcoffee
RT @secretlycndian: Being nice and working hard is very rock 'n' roll, IMO.