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Looking for your favourite new brunch spot in Vancouver? Here are nine restaurants worth waking up for
Breakfast may be the most important meal of the day, but what’s better than sleeping in and choosing from a menu that offers the best of both breakfast and lunch? So hit that snooze button a couple more times this weekend and head over to any of these nine tasty restaurants for some of the best brunch offerings in town.
Coal Harbour’s Tableau features French bistro fare and serves brunch every Sunday from 10:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Try house favourites like the smoked salmon eggs Benny or signature bacon Caeser. This award-winning restaurant is the perfect place to rise and shine.
1181 Melville Street, Vancouver
Homer Street Cafe & Bar in Yaletown recently expanded its menu to include brunch and offers both sweet and savoury options. If you have a sweet tooth, be sure to try the fried Nutella and banana Monte Cristo sandwich. If savoury is more your thing, order the baked steelhead trout, served with beef brisket and a poached egg.
898 Homer Street, Vancouver
The Nero Belgian Waffle Bar cooks its authentic Belgian waffles daily from scratch. The most popular waffle, the Bresilienne (pictured above), topped with ice cream, whipped cream, homemade caramel sauce and a dusting of locally roasted hazelnuts will start your day off sweet. Literally.
1703 Robson St, Vancouver
This new French-inspired restaurant in Gastown offers three different eggs Benedict dishes, including a gluten-free option, and a variety of other brunch favourites to choose from. It’s a good thing Burgundy is open for brunch on both Saturday and Sunday (10 a.m. to 3 p.m.), giving you plenty of time to decide what to order.
47 West Hastings, Vancouver
Good Wolfe Kitchen & Bar in Yaletown offers a wide variety of brunch choices that are sure to please everyone in your party. For the meat lovers at the table, try a side of the bacon, sausage or pastrami, which is all proudly cured and smoked in-house. If you’re more of a herbivore, save room for the ratatouille lasagna or fresh-baked croissants and biscuits.
1043 Mainland St., Vancouver
Offering picturesque views from its location under the bridge on Granville Island, Edible Canada’s brunch menu includes classics meals like eggs Benny and waffles, but also has a ton of gluten-free options like the roast beet and quinoa salad. Many of the ingredients used are local and some are even available to purchase in Edible Canada’s retail store so you can enjoy brunch at home.
1569 Johnson St., Vancouver
Le Marché St. George is nestled into the corner of St. George and E. 28th surrounded by sunflowers in the summer and open for brunch treats every day of the week. The menu includes a range of baked goods – everything from cinnamon buns and fresh baguettes to a Tuscan flatbread of your choice. This quaint little shop may be small in space, but is big in personality; weathered floors, antiques on the walls and a retail selection of one-of-a-kind trinkets make it a gem.
4393 St. George Street and East 28th
Located in Yaletown’s Opus Hotel, La Pentola cooks up award-winning Northern Italian-inspired cusine. For brunch, try one of the sandwich options like a panini and house salad, or nosh on a serving of antipasti. Looking for breakfast? Try out the Kaiserschmarrn, a Northern Italian-style pancake.
350 Davie Street, Vancouver