Lacombe is full of hidden gem cafés found in and around downtown. Here are four cafés in Lacombe where you can enjoy a warm drink and relax. And since they’re pretty much in a circle – fifteen minutes to walk to them all – here’s a whole day of warm, quiet and cozy.

A taste of Italy

Start off with a sweet treat from the Italian bakery Sweet Capone’s in downtown Lacombe. This bakery is family run and the baked goods are made from recipes that have been handed down for generations. Stop in and try one of their many cannoli flavours or another one of their delicious deserts. Sweet Capone’s also has soups and other tasty lunch items for sale!

Fresh roasted coffee

One of Lacombe’s coffeehouse makes wonderful warm drinks including fresh roasted coffee. Good Neighbour Coffeehouse buys their beans directly from farmers in Honduras so their coffee is organic, fair trade, direct trade and they roast the beans themselves. Their coffee is something that you can feel good about buying and it tastes great! You can also buy packages of the coffee beans from your favourite roast as well.

Hot soup and fresh bread

It’s a late lunch at Morrison House Café – a heritage house open for tea and lunch. Their food is home made – hearty soups, sandwiches on fresh baked bread, quiche and desserts. Make sure to try a piece of one of their fresh baked pies that they make daily.

Dessert again

Yes you can have dessert twice. Kavaccino’s is an old Dutch home that’ll warm your toes with cappuccino and more home made dessert. Come back in the summer for lunch on the big flower patio. You can see their specials of the day online.

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