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Waves Coffee House in Steveston BC

Waves lava cake
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A few nights ago, we paid a visit to our new favourite coffee house in Steveston BC. Jamieson had his usual London Fog latte. I had a cup of their house blend coffee and we shared the Lava Cake. Very yummy!

Now for those of you who know Steveston, you know there are no less than 9 coffee houses/cafes in about a 1 square mile radius. We love our coffee here in Steveston.

So why is Waves our favourite place? The food, the coffee, the tea and of course the EXCELLENT SERVICE! The manager, Kayvan Rahmati, has taken the time to get to know us as customers and welcome us with a familiar smile and hello when we walk in. Now, I am sure the fact that we are there at least 3 times a week helps him remember us too. Waves also has free wireless access and lots of great sitting space. Everything from a dining room style table that seats 10+ to cozy couches and leather chairs.

So when you are in town to get your Dave's Fish & Chips, take a walk up to Bayview Street for your dessert and after dinner coffee at Waves.

See you there!


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