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Blue Moose Coffee House
Located in the beautiful town of Hope, bordered by the mighty Fraser River and breathtaking mountains. Blue Moose has a warm, welcoming vibe & atmosphere of art, colour, couches and be served by great staff with great coffee and great food.
Hope Mountain Cafe
Current & trendy Hope Mountain Cafe is another one of Hope's popular Coffee Shops. Great place for Coffee, Breakfast, Lunch & Appetizers.
Since the first Home Restaurant® opened in picturesque Hope, in 1953, customers have been coming through their doors in search of ‘Home’ cooked comfort food at good prices served by good people. You can't pass through Hope, without trying their amazing & famous Home Cooked Pies.
Mountainview Brewing Co.
Craft beer brewed in Hope, BC with fresh mountain water.
Owned and operated by Adam and Danielle Keil.
Eat in-house baked treats in the Tasting lounge & Mountainview Merch available to buy
your guide on the most popular stores in Hope
Hope Outdoors' is an outdoor, fishing, gold panning and emergency preparedness retail store located in the heart of Hope BC.
Artisans Attic & Fudgery
A unique gift shop located in Hope, BC, featuring high quality handcrafted items from artisans in BC, Canada and international marketplaces. We also make delicious FUDGE and sell Salt Spring Island gelato!
While strolling down the main strip on Wallace one will notice a charming little shop filled with great deals. Baker's Book sells new and used copies, a wide selection of $2 books and the chances of landing a copy of a hard to find relic are always high!
Treehouse Health Foods
Treehouse Health Foods is a local and independently owned business in Hope and Merritt BC that strives to assist and support you on your wellness journey. Customer Appreciation Day is the LAST SUNDAY of each month
Sunshine Valley Businesses
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The Sasquatch Sign Company
The Sasquatch Sign Co. is your one-stop shop for signage, custom screen printing, embroidery, vehicle graphics, wide format digital printing and even personalized buttons. We can meet all of your design needs. Remember – a business without a sign is a sign of NO business!
The Tashme Museum
The Tashme Museum was founded in 2016 by Ryan Ellan, to showcase the history, personal stories, artifacts, and awareness of Tashme, a Japanese Canadian internment camp of 1942 - 1946. The museum was once originally the Butcher Shop, and now over the years more of the original buildings are being restored.