It's getting harder to tell these days. Pale concrete boxes with minimal furniture and industrial décor, typically on the street or inside residential complexes, featuring something thought-provoking, like a giant plushy bear or a rack of fake meat. An espresso machine lurks on the back counter, probably also made of concrete. 100% certainty that the menu will have a Flat White, but it's a coin-toss if single origins make an appearance. Two such ambiguous spots have gotten hot and trendy recently. Camus
, which opened on October 1 and manages to throw a guesthouse into the equation, and Picnic Gallery
, which also opened over the National Holidays. Have a dose of art with your morning joe.