Good coffee makes everything better! Whether you are on your way downtown to peruse through our quaint little shops, or headed out for an adventure-filled day on one of our trails, we recommend a caffeine fix.
Camp Muskoka Coffee House, with one of the best patios in Bracebridge, is situated conveniently in Downtown Bracebridge. They have espresso to stay or to go. Be sure to hit Camp Muskoka on a Saturday for one of their legendary cinnamon buns. And another fun fact, Camp Muskoka roasts their beans right on site, so pick up a bag while you’re there.
Buddha’s Bakery and Café, located inside Muskoka Natural Food Market is the perfect spot for the health nut in the crowd. Here you’ll find healthful superfood lattes, and vegan/gluten free treats galore!
Locals delight at Oliver’s Coffee! For almost 20 years, Oliver’s (named after a chocolate lab), has been a community mainstay. The breaky bagel is a do-not-miss for sure!
What goes better with a cup of java than a butter tart?! Kitchen’s Buttertarts, right in the heart of Downtown is sure to brighten any day of the week! Give their Muskoka Maple butter tart a shot – you won’t be disappointed.
The newest addition to the Bracebridge coffee scene is Ice Cream and Bean. They serve quality beans by Balzacs while also scooping Belly Ice Cream which is handcrafted just up the highway in Huntsville.
Not A Morning Person?
Prefer to not have anyone see you before your first caffeine jolt? There are a few spots in Bracebridge to grab beans and all you need to make the perfect cup at home.
Diesel House roasts their beans just minutes from Downtown Bracebridge, and all of their craft roasted blends are certified 100% fair-trade/organic. Many of our local shops carry Diesel House products – check out their website for more information.
There is nothing better than wrapping your hands around a perfectly made coffee mug. Bracebridge, is proud to have some amazing ceramicists, potters, artisans and makers. For just a few ideas, check out The Annex. You’ll be sure to find the ideal mug that will add that much more delight to your morning ritual.
For the at-home-barista, visit The Creative Cook in Downtown Bracebridge for all of your kitchen coffee needs! From frothers, to the cutest of mugs, Beth will have you set up to make the perfect cup of joe at home.
And for the tea lovers in the crowd, be sure to visit Chancery Lane Co. to pick up some of Tea on the 45th’s infamous loose leaf tea. With a curated collection of over 100 blends, you are sure to find several you’ll love.
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