Board Room Café comes to Grand Forks

The Board Room Café, owned by Alf Him, his daughter Savanna Hines and her husband Justin Hines, opened in mid-June 2017.

The Board Room Café, owned by Alf Him, his daughter Savanna Hines and her husband Justin Hines, opened in mid-June 2017. — Photo courtesy Savanna Hines

With the opening of the Board Room Café, Savanna and Justin Hines and Savanna’s dad, Alf Him, bring an innovative social option to Grand Forks, B.C. Along with great coffee and bistro-style food made from scratch, guests can pick from a vast library of board games to play on site for a low fee. “It’s a great thing for couples and families and friends to do,” said Savanna. “We’re trying to give Grand Forks people another social option in the evenings.” The café also has a meeting room available for rent to private groups of up to 30.

Marie Milner

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