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Beloved Kits coffee shop re-launches as all-day cafe restaurant

Great news for fans of Kitsilano coffee and treat spot Their There , as the sibling to the Michelin-starred AnnaLena, has revealed it has relaunched as an all-day restaurant concept.
You'll now find an all-day brunch menu available at Their There, the West 4th Avenue coffee shop that's a sibling to the award-winning AnnaLena | Photo courtesy Their There

Great news for fans of Kitsilano coffee and treat spot Their There, as the sibling to the Michelin-starred AnnaLena, has revealed it has relaunched as an all-day restaurant concept.

The West 4th Avenue cafe has been a neighbourhood staple known for its coffee program and crave-worthy pastries for some time now. The venue also used to double as the home base for Hundy, the popular burger concept also run by AnnaLena chef-owner Michael Robbins. Last year, Robbins shifted Hundy to its own space in Yaletown as part of an ongoing relationship with Freehouse (formerly Donnelly Group).

Now Their There is stepping things up with an all-day menu crafted by Robbins, who once upon a time headed up the much-loved brunch program at the late Oakwood Canadian Bistro (the West 4th spot closed in 2019 after an eight-year run), along with another Oakwood and AnnaLena alum, Catherine Wong.

On the menu are dishes like Bennies, cereal milk panna cotta, bacon and eggs, and beef brisket hash (familiar to Oakwood fans), alongside signature Their There items like mochi doughnuts, cruffins and fried chicken sandwiches. They're also putting their crispy-juicy fried chicken to work in a chicken and waffles dish.

An all-day drinks program is in development, according to the restaurant.

Their There (2042 W 4th Ave)  is now open Tuesday through Sunday, with the full breakfast and lunch menu from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. and a Happy hour service from 3 to 5 p.m. featuring the full line up of fried chicken sandwiches and a few other snacks and drink features.