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“lovely view and super coffee”

Stomping Grounds Cafe Bistro
Cuisines: Latin, Peruvian, Cafe
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Dining options: Breakfast, Reservations
Description: An independent neighbourhood cafe featuring local coffee, baked goods, homemade wraps, Panini's and salads and soups. Beautiful location near the Fraser River in Pitt Meadows right in the Village at Sawyer's Landing. Cafe by day and Bistro by night. Join us Saturday and Sundays for a full brunch menu and for our monthly Live Music and Dinner evenings with select wines and beer. Call us to enquire about our upcoming nights Full Service Catering available for corporate and private parties!
Reviewed 11 April 2013

This is a local owned family business that offers a variety of coffee and tea drinks as well as wholesome lunches made on the premises. It is situated right on the Fraser river where you can go for a lovely stroll or bike ride before or after. Great way to spend an afternoon and relax and enjoy fresh air in Pitt Meadows

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1  Thank twindates
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Reviewed 21 December 2012

Just back from a delicious Fri nite dinner of tapas and wine and best of all...right in our own beautiful Osprey Village neighborhood.

Cold, crisp Dec evening and hubby and I made the short walk to Stomping Grounds " Bistro" . Dec's menu is made up of spanish style tapas and we shared the BBQ ribs, pork skewers and garlic mushrooms. A glass of Apothetic Red from Calif for $9 was a perfect choice. A tray of crusty hot bread portions with olive oil and balsamic vinegar for dipping rounded out the meal.

Dinner out and liquor licence ( $5.75 for a Granville Island brew) is a welcomed addition to the neighborhood. Right now, dinner is available on Fri and Sat nites with the menu posted on their facebook page and website as it will change month to month. Dinner with drinks came to $36... Good value we think so why order pizza delivery when this is so close?

Weekend brunches a new addition as well so we will have to try their blueberry pancakes with maple syrup for $9 and I believe they are adding yogurt fruit and granola parfaits soon. Coffeeshop treats always available.

We will be back!

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2  Thank Remydiva
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Reviewed 21 June 2012

Great location near the Fraser River in the Osprey Village. I've stopped in multiple times for a drink and a snack. It's a great place to meet friends and enjoy the sun. It is small so if it's a busy day seats can be hard to come by. The staff are friendly but service can sometimes be a little slow. Prices for drinks are comparable to other coffee chains, it can be a little pricey if you're ordering a coffee and a panini for 2. I like their Fresh Red - an iced tea, and the pastry treats are very good.

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1  Thank AussieGirl7053
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Reviewed 6 October 2011

This is a wonderful cafe especially on a sunny day. Go for a walk along the river and stop for a bite and a Chai latte. My favorite is the Chai but everyone said their other beverages were great to. The food is fresh, portions generous and the sweets are delicious.

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1  Thank DLeaM
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Reviewed 28 August 2011

This is a cute little spot that is part of a new subdivision's small commercial square. The walls are made up of garage doors so it can be opened up to the square in nice weather. Because it was kind of grey the day we went, only one side of the building was open to the outdoors but it made the tiny space feel much more expansive. There were a few tables outside but it was too chilly for us to sit out there with a breeze coming off the river.

We had panini's from the small menu of already made (just waiting to be grilled) sandwiches. Mine was tomato and basil and a balsamic reduction with lots of cheese on a fresh focaccia bun. It was gooey and delicious. My partner had a roast beef and blue cheese that he said was very good. My mocha was well made and served carefully in a latte cup as was his canadiano. The service was good despite the fact that we came in with a small crowd of other people which threatened to overwhelm the panini grill and the single employee. She was friendly and helpful and not at all put out by the sudden flurry of hungry and thirsty people in her small shop.

There were a number of lovely looking sweets from a local baker named Sweet Thea which I have to try next time. Can't wait to go back and sit outside on a sunny day.

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1  Thank MyAnnieD
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