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Mount Currie Coffee Co, Pemberton

Photo by Dave Steers

Posted on Monday, February 20, 2012

Fuel Up Before Heading Out to Snowmobile in Pemberton

Mount Currie Coffee Co 250The Mount Currie Coffee Co is pleased to be a sponsor of the Tourism Pemberton snowmobile contest. The contest will be opening later today, make sure you visit the Tourism Pemberton Facebook Page for all the details.  You could win a 5 day snowmobiling adventure of a lifetime. There is also an awesome prize up for grabs for local residents.

Located on Arbutus Street just as you come in Pemberton, this awesome coffee shop serves up some of the best java in the Sea to Sky Corridor.  Popular with locals and visitors, the Mount Currie Coffee co has delicious handcrafted espresso beverages, home baked good (make sure you try the daily coffee cake!), breakfast burritos, muffins, Panini’s/wraps made with locally sourced ingredients and much more. In the winter months, the homemade soups are divine. During the summer months, cool down with a scoop of locally made Lucia Gelato.

Mount Currie Coffee

Pemberton’s Meeting Spot

The Mount Currie Coffee co is a gathering place for the Pemberton community. The atmosphere is relaxed, kids are welcome, the service is top notch and there is free wifi.  On sunny days, relax out the outside patio and admire the stunning views of Mount Currie.

Check Out The local Pemberton Artists

Owner Chris Ankeny is a busy man; he is also a professional photographer, pro snowboarder, experienced mountain biker and knows a thing or two about sledding in Pemberton.  If he’s not too busy cooking up a storm in the kitchen, make sure you have a chat with him.  He is a great source of local Pemberton information.

Chris’s passion for the arts is shown in his coffee shop where he features local artwork.  The month and for March, Mount Currie Coffee Co will be featuring the work of local artist Helen Sophia Wojcik. Stop by and check out her work which features large wood panels and coasters inspired by her recent trip to Nicaragua.