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Recovering community one coffee, one meal, one life at a time”
– Mike Macdonald • General Manager, Eleven l Eleven

Eleven - Eleven Memorial Café and Eatery is a restaurant for EVERYONE

It is inclusive, whether you are in recovery or not. Opening Winter 2017/2018

It will be a place to have a meal, enjoy a coffee, gather, grow, learn, share, offer hope and create community. This will be a trendy establishment for eating and socializing without alcohol.

The Café will have seating for approximately 125 people covering the top and bottom levels of 4,600 square feet; outside seating option will be available in the warmer months. As will be an outside grill and beverage station for when you are walking your dog on the path or perhaps riding your bicycle. We will offer a diversely priced menu ($8-$25) and house roasted coffee selection from a simple $2 brewed coffee to a $6 latte. All profits go towards helping more men and their families recover.

The atmosphere is designed to be a laid back and relaxed feel. Whether you are a first-time patron or a regular; our “welcome home… you are no longer alone feel” will be felt as soon as you walk through the doors.

The menu selection is a “keep it simple” eatery offering 6 main food items for breakfast and 6 for lunch/dinner (will change this up per the seasons), and a selection of soups, and salads. We will also have a Twelve X Twelve main selection that can be ordered anytime. Twelve items at twelve dollars each that we can play off the Twelve steps, promises and virtues.

We believe in supporting our community and will source our meat and produce locally. Our staff will be one of the best features of the cafe inspiring hope and offering great service.

The Recovery Café and Eatery is under the FSRC umbrella with the profits serving our social enterprise to subsidize treatment for men and their families and supporting our operations.

We beleive in supporting our community and will source our meat and produce locally. Our staff will be one of the best features of the cafe inspiring hope and offering great service. 

The Recovery Café and Eatery is under the FSRC umbrella  with the profits serving as our social enterprise to subsidize treatment for men and their families and supporting our operations.

We envision Eleven l Eleven to be:

  1. Family Oriented
  2. Serving simple, healthy and wholesome food
  3. Fast paced intimate atmosphere
  4. Comfortable and kind
  5. Serving quality coffee with a great selection of house roasted beans and hand crafted meals
  6. A welcoming space to facilitate groups including recovery meetings
  7. Showcasing local artists and entertainers
  8. Enjoying a little free recovery library i
  9. Historical displays on the walls
  10. Option to cater private parties and office lunches/dinners.
  11. Online presence including social media and option to order online
  12. Sober venue for recovery events (recovery day)
  13. Recovery outings and adventures - -you tell us!

Location

The Recovery Café and Eatery will be in the charming brick structure that served as Firehall #6 -  1111 Memorial drive NW. 

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7:00 PM – 8:00 PM

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