Posted on 5/1/2023 by Emily Shone

Our Top Picks for Coffee in Collingwood


Coffee culture in the Town of Collingwood is like no other. Collingwood’s bustling Hurontario street is home to an eclectic mix of coffee shops and cafés. When you’re strolling through town, you’ll find something unique and inviting that goes beyond what’s in your cup. Here are our top picks for local coffee shops to visit while you’re staying in Collingwood!

Summit social house

246 Hurontario St.


Summit Social House offers visitors a welcoming environment with handcrafted beverages and delicious baked goods. Something unique about Summit Social House is not only the comfortable pillow-full lounge area, but also the bike repair services they offer. This is a great place to check out if you are looking for a refreshing coffee, and if you need a speedy bike repair! The environment is so welcoming and friendly, not to mention the captivating smells of their freshly baked pastries.

mad dog's vinyl cafe

239 Hurontario St.


Located right beside our PV office is Mad Dog’s Vinyl Café. If you’re the kind of person who would rather shop and explore while sipping their coffee, Mad Dog’s is definitely a great spot to check out! With thousands of vinyls and other musical products, there’s never a dull moment in this quirky café. The environment is incredibly friendly and the shop is a music lover's dream!

espresso post

139 Hurontario St.


A bit further downtown you’ll find Espresso Post, one of our top picks for coffee and a bite to eat! Espresso Post is a town favourite and always offers a buzzing environment. With unique handcrafted beverages, take-home coffees, sandwiches, and pastries, Espresso Post is a great place to visit for your trip to Collingwood. Also, you'd be surprised how much better a latte tastes when it has delicious hand-drawn art on the top!

espresso post petit

65 Simcoe St. #2


Also a part of the Espresso Post family is their Petit café, across the street from the Collingwood Public Library. Looking for the menu of Espresso Post with a relaxed environment? Petit offers all of the same delicious drinks and food items, but is often a more chill venue to sip your coffees in.


93 Hurontario St Unit 3


Last but not least is Gibson & Co., down Collingwood's Insta-famous alleyway (it's lit nicely at night!). Gibson & Co offers delicious craft coffee, beer, and wine accompanied by a lively sitting area for studying and chatting. They also offer sandwiches, cheeses, meats, and other light bites. They may be in the alley, but Gibson & Co is not a spot to miss!

Emily Shone

Marketing Coordinator

Emily Shone is a graduate of Advertising and Marketing Communications at Georgian College and an enthusiastic new marketer. She specializes in social media content creation and graphic design, and is Property Valet's new Marketing Coordinator. She is also a barista, and her favourite drink is an iced flat white with oat milk and caramel syrup. In her free time she is the mother of a needy tortoiseshell cat and is a mac and cheese connoisseur. 

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