“The Outpost Cafe” Opens Soon In The Heart Of The Fraserhood

by Andrew Morrison
| Dig your biscuits and gravy? Then Katharine Reynolds will soon have you covered. The local film industry vet is changing career directions and opening the daytime-only Outpost Cafe next month at 3992 Fraser. The 1100 sqft sixteen seater will see some shepherd guidance from Stefan Gagnon, co-owner of the nearby (and very popular) Les Faux Bourgeois. She tells us we can expect an espresso bar with stooled seats, in-house baked goods, stews, soups, chilis, baguette “lunch box” sandwiches made to order and salads, but central to the concept will be biscuits served with a variety of fillings and gravies, including a vegetarian miso a la Naam. “We’re sourcing local meat/cheese and using organic coffee/milk and eggs” she says, adding “we’re also really focusing on the coffee side of the business as there currently is nowhere to go on Fraser”. Hours will be Monday-Friday 7am to 6pm and Saturday/Sunday 9am to 5pm. Opening day is slated for the first week of November. Keep track of developments on her website. Photos after the jump…


2 Responses to ““The Outpost Cafe” Opens Soon In The Heart Of The Fraserhood”

  1. Tim on October 25th, 2010 4:44 pm

    3992 Fraser Street not 3392

  2. rafaelle ventura on November 19th, 2010 12:23 pm

    Is this also designed by scott cohen of les faux?