- Delicious In House Roasted Coffee
- Breakfast and Lunch Options
- Free Parking
- Locally Owned
- Fast, Friendly Service
- Open Mic Nights
- Gluten Free Friendly
Open, spacious and inviting, Meeting Waters Coffee and Roastery provides a brand new and welcoming space to Red Deer’s coffee spot scene.
On our first visit we met friendly owner Dave Frotten. He explained Meeting Waters is an extension of his family’s coffee shop bearing the same name in Tatamagouche, Nova Scotia. In the city of Tatamagouche, an aptly named Mi’kmaq word meaning “Meeting of the Waters”, there are two rivers that join as one.
We’ve enjoyed their breakfast Quiche, purchased their take home granola, returned for their tasty lunch specials, not to mention often stopping in for a delicious and velvety cup of joe. Partnering with another local favorite “The Maple Tree Bakery”, you can now enjoy any breakfast bun or lunch sandwich on gluten-free bread.
With two floors of seating you are sure to find a spot to gather. Large tables would be great for a business lunch meeting. A bar height counter upstairs, complete with several plug-ins, is an accommodating space for a student focusing on their studies. Bring a book along, sink into a cozy chair by the fireplace to enjoy your coffee and eats.
Plans for future “roasting” presentations are exciting and their regular “Open Mic” nights are a fresh addition to Red Deer’s night scene.
It’s safe to say we’ll be regulars here.
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Love the new website! We recently had the chance to tour around and check out a few of the Bakeries around Central Alberta. Sugar by Tracy in Penhold makes the best Cookie Dough Cupcakes and Cuppitycakes Bake Shop in Red Deer has the best Lemon Cupcake hands down! Also, Eastside Eatery in Lacombe has a Turkey Gobbler sandwich that will have you wanting to return again and again AND lol have you tried a Pie from Cutie Pies in Lacombe? Whether sweet or savoury, they are all delish!
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