Great Coffee and a View – Bean to the Beach

In addition to the books that I read, I have decided to share posts about places to eat in beautiful Penticton, B.C.

As I have been here since 1992 I can honestly say I know this city’s restaurants and the ones that I do recommend and I take my friends to enjoy and relax.

Marlene and fresh goodies.

Marlene and fresh goodies.

I won’t bad mouth any business here, I like many places in Penticton but I plan instead to share “best choices” in my opinion for people just visiting, just the same as often happens when tourists ask me for my “local” tips.

Definitely a best choice for coffee in Penticton is Bean to the Beach. ,<-click This is a small coffee shop with the best view of any coffee shop in town, indisputably.

On a sunny day you can take your coffee and walk across the street and sit and enjoy your java with the waves of the Okanagan lake literally steps away.

In addition to the premiere view of the lake, always spectacular any season, the coffee at Bean to the Beach is superb. Attention to detail at this coffee shop is the defining quality to the delicious soups and other goodies served up daily.

If you like to dawdle over a cup of coffee on some mornings, and maybe enjoy a cinnamon bun still warm with dripped icing; then you may bump into me doing exactly the same at Bean to the Beach in Penticton B.C.  which is located  at the north end of town – go to the lake and then drive east towards the marina, just past Front street.

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About dfolstad58

I live in the South Okanagan. BC. I enjoy reading, exercise, toastmasters. spending time with my son, my daughter, & her husband , and my patient wife. Enjoy my second experiment with blogging. thanks.
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4 Responses to Great Coffee and a View – Bean to the Beach

  1. katehobbs says:

    I have to agree with you about Bean to the Beach. It is a wonderful place to sit and enjoy the wonder of the Okanagan. Thanks for the memory, and to remind me of what I am coming back to in May!
    Kate

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    • dfolstad58 says:

      Thank you for your comment. I hope you tell the owner you saw my blog, and hope I bump into you soaking up the warmth and quiet that is May in that particular spot. I warn you her carrot cake is very tempting.

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