One Tsawwassen coffee shop to close, another to open

Woods Coffee at Tsawwassen Springs is closing its doors but a new coffee house with a familiar name will be taking its place.


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With the contract with Woods parent company expired, the space, which is under the same ownership of White Spot and Triple O’s, is closing this Wednesday. It will be re-opened on June 29 as Nat’s Coffee House.

“At Triple O’s, we believe our coffee should be more than just coffee – it should represent our philosophy as well: local, high quality and always good value. It’s why we’ve named our coffee after our founder, Nat Bailey, a man whose values have always been about doing what’s right,” according to the Triple O’s website.

The new coffee house will reportedly open June 29.  The same staff from Woods will be there.

The White Spot restaurant chain is owned by local businessman Ron Toigo, who is also behind the Tsawwassen Springs development.

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