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As a gift shop its super cute and quirky, but I don't think I'll go back for the cafe experience. I found it super pricey and unfortunately my latte was served cold and tasted a little off. Also it does not seem like they want...More
This spot was recommended as a good coffee place and we discovered that it sells a lot more than coffee!
It is a funky boutique with housewares, books and clothing.
We enjoyed browsing while awaiting our coffee. We had hoped to also get a sandwich...More
Camp is a fun and unique place to go and get a quick snack and coffee. We had the matcha latte and hot chocolate and both were delicious. They also have a variety of products for sale which were beautiful, but expensive (but they are...More
Although a bit off the beaten path, this place is amazing. If you can find it you'll spend some real quality time here. Feels like you are in your favourite retail store mixed with your best friends backyard.
I love Camp! Located in the 'Triangle of YUM' in Function (Camp, Purebread, and Whistler Brewing Company), if you venture into this neighbourhood, you have to check it out. The coffee is in the top 3 of best coffee in Whistler and it's also a...More
Decent little spot. Portland-hipster vibe but tucked away in Function Junction you sense that a few actual "locals" frequent the place. Nice to get away from the village or stop for an americano on your way south.
Camp has the BEST chai lattes. Hands down. I read the other reviews and would have to agree with them.... not many places to sit (doesn't bother me as I usually grab and go); the retails items are fabulous, unique yet pricey. I assume it's...More
Just found this little place off the beaten path. Great little shop and very cool atmosphere.
But it always astonishes me when you feel like you are making the baristas life miserable when you ask them for an Americano.
The girl noticeably looked aggravated that...More