Know Where To Go: Fort Langley Hot Spots With Influencer Susan Liu

From coffee shops to aromatherapy stores, Fort Langley is filled with some pretty sweet gems.


Social media influencer Susan Liu a.k.a @rdmix on Instagram is back for another series of hot spots around the city. This time, she joined The MIX for a tour of Fort Langley. The area is about a 45-minute drive from downtown Vancouver and offers some pretty sweet places that you may not come across in the big city.

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Republica Coffee Roasters

9203 Glover Rd

Website: Republica Roasters

Founded in 2007, Republica Coffee Roasters Inc. gives customers a perfect cup of Joe thanks to their family-owned coffee farms. The team takes pride in giving people the freshest roasted beans to keep the coffee community strong. According to their website, they are “the only local coffee roaster that provides its coffees in paper bags lined with PLA, a biodegradable corn-based liner, instead of the commonly seen plastic or plastic lined paper bags.”

Fort & Co

3-9110 Glover Road

Website: Fort and Company

For Langley fellows that want to keep up with the latest fashion trends, Fort & Co offers a vast selection of men’s clothing, footwear, and local lifestyle products. The minimalist style gives the wearer the opportunity to add their own unique touch in every look.

True Aromatherapy Products and Spa

140-9220 Glover Road

Website: Tap store

Feeling stressed? True Aromatherapy Products and Spa (TAP) offers a range of products to help keep your mind at ease. From essential oils to healing crystals, the items you find here will help align your chakras and help you find inner peace.

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Little Donkey

9220 Glover Road

Website: Little Donkey

After living in Canada for the past 20 years, founder Katarina decided to pursue her lifelong dream of opening up a restaurant. The restaurant offers unconventional burritos using fresh, locally sourced, and wholesome ingredients.

“The offering is simple: Beer & Burritos. The two go hand-in-hand.”

Rempel Mercantile

9183 Glover Road

Facebook: Rempel Mercantile

Antique items, restored furniture, collectibles and more, Rempel Mercantile is the place for shoppers who want to find items that are one-of-a-kind. A quick scroll through their Instagram feed and viewers will see unique vintage items like a 1960s AMI-Continental Jukebox, a German Lipca camera from the ’50s, and even a 1973 Gottlieb Pro-football pinball machine.

CN Station

23238-23240 Mavis Avenue

Website: Langley Heritage

Operated by the Langley Heritage Society, the CN station is a historic destination in the city. The volunteer-run building was built in 1915 for the Canadian Northern Railway. Although it has been restored and renovated a couple of takes, its history still remains intact.

Wendel’s Bookstore & Cafe

9233 Glover Road

Books are the best getaway from reality and Wendel’s Bookstore & Cafe has everything you need to dive into a new world. For the book worms who are picky about their next read, Wendel’s offers a huge range of fiction, non-fiction, trendy best-sellers, and iconic classics. As for their cafe, the business uses fresh and locally sourced ingredients to give customers the best experience possible.

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Willoughby is quickly turning into a vibrant community with access to a little bit of everything. Alexander Square is a new condo development conveniently situated across Willoughby’s Town Centre. It has one and two bedroom homes that are just steps away from shops, restaurants, yoga, parks, and schools. It’s also near Highway 1, Golden Ears way, and Fraser Highway. On top of all of that, it is only 10-minutes away from historic Fort Langley.

Credit: Alexander Square

To learn more about the condos, visit Alexander Square and register online for early access.