Calgary Coffee Chain ‘Analog” To Open Second Downtown Vancouver Outpost

Photo credits: Analog Coffee

If you’re like us, a daily coffee is a necessity.

Well, good news—downtown Vancouver is getting another coffee shop soon!

Analog Coffee, a specialty coffee chain from Calgary, is adding a new location to their list.

Already popular in Yaletown since 2023, the new spot will be in the B6 Bentall office tower, a 32-storey, 534,000 sq.ft behemoth that has a luxury hotel design.

B6 Lobby | Photo source: B6 Bentall Green Oak

Analog Coffee started in 2011 at the Calgary Farmers Market and quickly expanded to the heart of the city in 2012.

Founded on the belief that every cup of coffee should be special, Analog has grown to over a dozen locations across BC and Alberta.

The upcoming Pender location will be their second in Downtown Vancouver.

Downtown Vancouver’s financial district is becoming a hot spot for coffee lovers.

Yaletown Analog Coffee | Photo credits: Analog Coffee

Just last month, Pallet Coffee opened a new location on Melville, and JJ Bean continues to expand in the area.

We even spotted a mysterious new Japanese cafe popping up by Pacific Centre, also targeting the office crowd.

While there’s no opening date yet for the new Analog Coffee, office workers will have another spot to grab a cup of joe soon.

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