Brampton coffee shop opens new location in old downtown Starbucks haunt


Published January 14, 2022 at 1:36 pm

Segovia Coffee has a new home in downtown Brampton, setting up shop in what was once a Starbucks.

Now at 8 Queen St. East on the northeast side of the four corners, Segovia moved into the new location a few weeks ago and has at least one high-profile fan in the way of Brampton Mayor Patrick Brown.

“Best coffee in downtown Brampton, so if you’re in downtown Brampton try them out,” Brown said in a interview with while sipping on a Segovia brew.

The new location was once one of the oldest Starbucks in Brampton which closed down last year, along with some 300 stores across Canada according to the Seattle-based company which said the store fell victim to changing customer habits.

Serving up java drinks made with green coffee from Nicaragua, Segovia’s beans come from a single-farm from the Matagalpa-Segovia corridor. Segovia also offers empanadas, sandwiches and delectable stuffed cookies.

The homegrown coffee shop offers free local delivery on minimum orders of $25.00, free shipping in Ontario with a minimum order of $50.00, as well as free shipping to the U.S. with a minimum order of $100.00

There are also pickup options available, and coffee lovers can order beans from Segovia or directly from its farm partners by calling 416-388-9146.

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