The new cafe, Katita is now open on the main level of Qaumajuq, the Inuit art centre at the WAG!
Dine indoors, steps away from the Visible Vault and on the seasonal patio, or take snacks to go. Have a coffee, a glass of wine, or some light bites including options for kids. A rich, red mural entitled Nēhiyaw (Swampy Cree) by local artist Peatr Thomas was commissioned especially for the café.

To adhere to COVID-19 protocols, the café will open in three phases. Phase I will welcome visitors starting March 27 with simple takeaways like great coffee and healthy snacks. During this soft opening, the café will be open for shorter days, 11AM-4PM Tuesday-Sunday. Stay tuned for the full menu announcement, which we’ll be sharing once it’s safe to welcome visitors to dine with us!


Catering provided by Circa Catering

Sheila Kristinnson
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