This season, hop into action and visit one of the city's top eateries for Easter celebrations
Seasons in the Park
151 East Broadway, Vancouver
900 Seymour Street, Vancouver
Rocky Mountain Flatbread
Facebook/Rocky Mountain FlatbreadAt both of Rocky Mountain Flatbread's Vancouver locations, Saturday and Sunday brunch guests can enjoy an organic eggs benedict served on a Belgium waffle with hollandaise sauce and an heirloom tomato salad, plus the choice of avocado, smoked salmon or cured ham. A family pizza and craft night from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. on Easter Sunday allows parents to enjoy a glass of wine or artisan craft beer with a pizza or pasta, while kids make their own pizzas, Easter Bunny chef hats and bookmarks.
1876 West 1st Avenue and 4186 Main Street, Vancouver
Two Rivers Specialty Meats
180 Donaghy Avenue, North Vancouver
Earls Station Square
Adjacent to Metrotown, the brand new Earls Station Square will be opening its doors to diners for the Easter long weekend. A brunch menu highlighted by southern fried chicken and waffles joins location exclusives, like spicy Thai lobster salad and blackberry peach cobbler. A Beyond Burger 2.0 is now on the plant-based menu for other who opt to go veg.
6070 Silver Drive, Burnaby
Ferguson Point, Stanley Park, Vancouver
1944 West 4th Avenue, Vancouver
Nita Lake Lodge
Facebook/Nita Lake LodgeIn Whistler, Nita Lake Lodge is rolling out a decadent Easter brunch buffet on Sunday, April 21st. For $59, diners can enjoy brunch staples, including ham eggs benedict, blueberry pancakes and buttermilk fried chicken, plus a striploin carving station. Kids can make their way through a special children's buffet ($29.)
2131 Lake Placid Road, Whistler
H2 Rotisserie and Bar
Facebook/H2 RestaurantThe Westin Bayshore's H2 Rotisserie & Bar throws a fun-filled family-friendly Easter brunch on Sunday, April 21st. An appearance from the Easter Bunny, fresh seafood, chef-supervised action stations, offering rotisserie chicken, prime rib, ham with pineapple chutney, and design-your-own fondue and s’mores bars, are part of the celebrations. Live music and bellinis prepared tableside air to the ambience. Adults are $69, while children aged six to 12 are $35.
1601 Bayshore Drive, Vancouver