PSB Café is for you all! We bring in the best in town café in your college premises to have you get the stress off your mind while you read that busy chapter of your book or build those little conversations with a sip of that cup of coffee. With the start of the Fall, PSB Café is enlightened to welcome the new batch of students for an all new experience of coffee at a pocket-friendly price. An escape from your daily grind, an affordable yet approachable coffee experience at the next stop of your class. Our dream is way more than just a coffee café- we want to make you all relieve stress from your daily chores and build good memories together with your classmates. So be ready for an all new coffee experience at Sheridan HMC and Davis campus. Learn more
Story behind PSB Café
Jessie and Matt, alumni to Sheridan College formed the PSB Café with their whole heart and hands. Out of our two founders – Jessie, who grew up in a family of bakers was so fascinated that her only dream was to open a bakery and Matt, an experienced barista is a pure coffee connoisseur whose dream comes to action with PSB café.
Whether you want to try a coffee that release your stress, to complete your pending assignment or to grab a quick cup, we’ll make that happen for you every time you wish for it.
You don’t pay more here!
Get in. Get a coffee. Get going. It’s just that easy and pocket friendly, so you will never feel the pain in spending your dollar here. We personally curate every aspect of the coffee experience to serve you a perfectly delicious cup every time but will never distress your pocket. Our aim is to substantiate our prices with the daily coffee needs of the PSB students so that they enjoy their experience here and relieve their study stress over a sip of coffee and our good range of bagels and bakery items.
Our affordable range of coffee and the savories set a perfect match with your busy academic schedule. Moreover, bagels, donuts and cakes will be an added choice for you always on the coffee table.
Discounts and Offers
Buy 1st cup of coffee and register for an e-card, your second coffee will be on a flat 50% rate.
Buy 2nd cup of coffee and get one bagel at 50% rate.
Tell your friends about the e-card and get them registered, you will get 20% off on your next coffee.
Follow our pages on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter & avail 10% off on your next meal.
We want to see you all at our café and serve you better. Do check us out for promotional offers, new inclusions in our menu and upcoming campaigns on our Facebook, Twitter and Instagram
PSB Café is run by two college graduates, Jessi and Matt, and serves Canadian specialty snacks and beverages, as well as vegan plant-based options, at a reasonable price on the Sheridan College HMC campus.
Are you a coffee lover who’s sick and tired of the milk and meat-filled drinks offered by traditional coffee shops? If so, you’ll be happy to know there’s a new vegan coffee shop in town!
The PSB Cafe Which is set to launch in the coming month is the perfect place for any plant-based foodie. From their coconut hot chocolate to their vegan cinnamon buns, it’s clear that all of their creations are cruelty-free. Give your body and the animals a break with the all-vegan menu, satisfying your taste buds from head to toe.
About the Cafe
The interior of this café is warm and inviting. Inside the café, there are several small wooden tables without tablecloths, wooden chairs, and comfortable soft sofas. On the tables, there are stands with sugar, salt, spoon, fork, and paper napkins. Along the walls are wooden cases containing artwork and photographs. There is always melodic music playing here.
The Cafe’s Products
Customized name donuts
The mission of the Cafe
PSB Cafe’s mission is to provide high-quality food and beverages, particularly vegan coffee and vegan snack items, at an affordable price. Our cafe wants to be in the business of relieving the daily stress of students and busy working professionals by providing peace of mind through great ambiance, a convenient location on campus, and the best service. The cafe also has missions and plans to provide students with job opportunities.
Read on below for more information about veganism.
The term “Vegan” was coined in 1944 by a small group of vegetarians who separated from the Leicester Vegetarian Society in England to form the Vegan Society. Although the vegan diet was defined early on in The Vegan Society’s beginnings in 1944, The term “vegan” was chosen from the combination of the first and last letters of “vegetarian.” By 1949, the first definition of veganism had been born. The society was first registered as a charity in August 1964 but its assets were later transferred to a new charity when it also became a limited company in December 1979.
Types of Veganism: –
The quality of a vegan diet is determined by the food that it is made of. As a result, some vegan diets have many health benefits, while others may not. The vegan diet is classified into the following categories.
Dietary Vegans: The term, which is also known as “plant-based eaters,” refers to those who avoid animal products in their diet but continue to use them in other products such as clothing and cosmetics.
Raw-food vegans: This set of people only eat food that is raw or cooked at temperatures below 48 degrees celsius.
Junk food vegans: People who eat a lot of processed vegan foods like vegan meats, fries, frozen dinners, and desserts like Oreo cookies and dairy-free ice cream.
Low-fat vegans: These people, also known as fruitarians, limit their intake of fatty foods such as nuts, avocados, and coconuts but rather depend on fruits. They eat only a minimal quantity of plants.
Whole-food vegans: These people prefer a diet high in whole foods such as Vegetables, Fruits, Seeds, Legumes, Whole grains, and Nuts.
Foods that Vegans eat: –
Beans, peas, and lentils: Red, Brown, and green lentils Split peas, Black-eyed peas, Back beans, white beans, and kidney beans.
Starchy Vegetables: Such as potatoes Sweet potatoes, Corn, Squash, and Beets.
Non-Starchy Vegetables: Cabbage, Broccoli, Flower, Asparagus, Radishes, and leafy greens.
Fruits: Oranges, Tangerines, Bananas, Berries, Mango, Pineapple, Pears, and Apples.
Other plant-based food: Plant milk and yogurts, Maple syrups, and Nutritional yeast.
Foods That Vegans avoid: –
Meat and fish: such as beef, chicken, duck, fish, and shellfish
Eggs: Whole eggs and foods that contain them, such as bakery products
Dairy: milk, cheese, butter, and cream, as well as foods made using these ingredients
Other animal-derived ingredients: such as honey, albumin, casein, carmine, gelatin, pepsin, shellac, isinglass, and whey
Health Benefits of a Vegan diet: –
Lose excess weight: Vegan diets may aid in weight loss without the requirement for calorie restriction.
Reduce diabetes risk: Vegan diets may lower the risk of developing type 2 diabetes. The ingredients are effective in lowering blood sugar levels and may help to reduce the risk of future medical problems.
Reduce arthritis pain: Vegan diets are high in antioxidant-rich whole foods. They considerably reduce osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis symptoms.
Prevent cancer: Several components of the vegan diet may provide protection against malignancies such as prostate, breast, stomach, and colorectal cancer.
Interested in what else PSB cafe at Sheridan HMC has to offer aside from delectable vegan treats?
The True North Caf-eh is a brand-new cafe’ opening at Sheridan College campuses. This new cafe embodies the themes of Canadian patriotism and heritage. The True North Cafe’s promotions are focused around Canadian culture, pop culture and tradition. This Cafe will provide authentic Canadian snack foods such as poutine and meat pies. Seasonal and unique Canadian coffee flavours as well as breakfast food items will also be served. These PSB cafe Coffee Specials include Maple syrup flavouring during the fall seasonal , Canada day events and Winter wonderland themes and Flavourings. This brand new Cafe is set to open in the fall of 2021.
Sheridan College has one of the largest international student populations throughout Canada. For many of these international students Canada is a brand new country waiting to be discovered. This new cafe’s promotions and specialty foods will all be themed around Canadian culture and heritage. Alongside these specials This new PSB cafe will feature Canadian themed aesthetics. Such as interactive games that can be played by patrons , Feature Canadian artists and references from Canadian pop culture. These themes drive home a unique Canadian experience that allows each customer to take a “little piece of Canada” away with them. This Cafe will also begin to host Canadian themed trivia days. The trivia questions will all be related to Canadian culture , sports and history. Students will have the opportunity to test their knowledge on Canada for the chance at winning free cafe beverages and food.
The new PSB cafe will be offering a variety of beverages and food items such as Coffee, tea, bagels , donuts and muffins. In addition to these items, The new Cafe will be offering authentic Canadian snack foods like poutine and meat pies. Bagels and donuts will all be freshly made throughout the day to ensure the best quality food for the customers. Hot beverages such as Coffee will all be customization to the customers desires.
Coffee served at The True North Caf-eh is all locally sourced and produced within Canada. This locally sourced Coffee often costs more to purchase. Resulting in the cafe pricing its Coffee at a premium price. However this allows The cafe to spend Canadian currency on a Canadian Product . This allows for higher quality Coffee at a more affordable price. The prices of the Coffees will all be based on the size ordered and if extra flavouring was added.
The True North Caf-Eh will be offering a variety of promotional programs to its customers and Sheridan College students. Purchases made on Sheridan students one cards will award them with points that can be cashed in for free food and beverages. In addition the cafe will also have rewards cards that can be purchased for the low cost of $1.00. These cards give customers the ability to collect points , gain exclusive discounts and enter exclusive prize packs. These prize packs even include the chance to win tickets to Canadian venues and sporting events. All proceeds and donations are given to local Canadian farmers to help support Canadian agriculture.
Exclusive seasonal drinks and food will be available throughout the year. Customers can expect to be treated to a variety of different flavours and themes as the different seasons pass. These PSB cafe Coffee Specials include Maple syrup flavouring during the fall seasonal. Canada day events and Winter wonderland themes and Flavourings will also be available. The Canadian themes present at The true north cafe will help increase brand awareness by giving customers unique experiences whenever they come to the cafe. Social Media will also serve as a platform where Students can interact with the cafe. Students and customers can share and repost their favourite Cafe items on Instagram for the chance at winning free prizes.