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You’re eventually going to get hungry while visiting Abbotsford so here is a list of some of the best places to eat and drink in Abbotsford to help you decide where to go!
Get a taste of local, farm-fresh, made-from-scratch comfort food at Brambles Bistro. This family-owned spot has been passed down through generations and offers delicious brunch and lunch meals including French toast, an orchard salad, and huevos rancheros. You can also find a beautiful gift shop and garden center on the grounds.
The Clayburn Village Store is located in its original building which dates back to 1912, this location still holds a lot of its original charm thanks to heavy restoration efforts from the owners and their families and its beautiful century-old décor. The store offers on-site baking made fresh every morning along with fresh soups. They also are well-known for their wide selection of candy. They offer everything your tastebuds could imagine from your childhood and abroad.
If you’re looking for fine dining head to Restaurant 62. The food and quality will speak for itself, plus they have a vast wine list that showcases local and worldwide wines to pair with every meal. It’s one of the best places to eat in Abbotsford!
Looking for a good burger and beer? Brgr Brgr offers farm-based burgers and local craft beer in a comfortable and inviting environment. They offer a wide variety of options that range from classic to unique so you’re bound to find something you’ll love.
Looking for more ocean-focused cuisine, look no further than Bow & Stern. Established in 2014 Bow & Stern’s menu focuses on fresh, ocean-inspired food that you’ll find yourself craving long after you leave.
La Reina offers a fusion of Mexican Cuisine meets California with an old-school Miami vibe. Whether you want to share some dishes or dive into a plate of tacos on your own, your taste buds will love you for it.
If you are a chocolate lover, you’ll want to head down steam alley to A Box of Bon Bons. This artisan chocolate shop makes their treats in-store daily using fresh ingredients and each one is painted by hand for a chocolate that is both beautiful and delicious.
Made with local ingredients Banter Ice Cream specializes in small-batch ice cream that will blow your taste buds away. They constantly experiment with net flavours and methods to make the perfect ice cream. You’ll find classics like chocolate and sea salt caramel but also new favourites like Lucky Charms and brown butter blueberry waffle.
Duft & Co focuses on high quality, fresh and handmade fare that easily is one of the best places to eat in Abbotsford. They offer a wide variety of pastries with favourites including almond croissants, seasonal Danish and ham and cheese croissants.
Tracycakes Bakery Café offers a variety of baked goods and are well known for their specialty cupcakes and elegant high teas. Their cupcake flavours are nearly endless and they offer classics like chocolate and red velvet but also inventive flavours like strawberry white chocolate and Mars bar.
If you’re looking for good gluten-free, peanut-free, and sesame-free treats head to Polly Fox Bakery in downtown Abbotsford. Their menu focuses on fresh, seasonal ingredients and locally sourced coffee and teas so you can feel good about everything you’re eating at Polly Fox.
Donut lovers unite! Zilla’s Donuts offers a rotating roster of homemade donuts with flavours like peanut butter chocolate, honey glaze, after eight and ‘The Homer.’ So if you are a donut lover make sure you add Zilla’s to your must-visit list.
Oldhand Coffee focuses on specialty coffee and is one of the best places in Abbotsford for coffee. Their coffee rotations include Bows X Arrows, Luna, and occasionally other local roasters.
This nano-brewery is right across the street from Abbotsford Centre and offers 10 beers on tap with a small food menu and a dog-friendly patio! Their beers are distinctive and made for those looking for a taste bud adventure.
Field House Brewing is a hip hangout offering craft beer including ales and aged sours! Their flavours are unique and can range from lemon curd sours to strawberry mango creamsicle sours and salted lime Mexican lager to cold brew stouts.
Campbell’s Gold Honey Farm & Meadery is a family-owned farm and apiary that is passionate about all things bees. They specialize in honey and honey wine production and offer a wide selection of products along with mead and wine tastings!
Cannon Estate Winery is a family-owned winery in the Mt. Lehman farming area. They offer elegant French-style wines made for connoisseurs and social wines created to be shared with friends and family.
Mt. Lehman Winery has 80 acres of farmland that yield delicious grapes that produce many varieties of red and white wines. This award-winning winery is easily one of the best places for wine in Abbotsford and you’ll want to ensure it's on your list of places to visit for wine tastings in Abbotsford.