Delicious options for breakfast in North Vancouver

Hungry? These North Vancouver breakfast spots provide a variety of delicious options every day of the week. [Photo © Yellow Pages / Pages Jaunes]

The District Brasserie

13 Lonsdale Ave, North Vancouver, BC V7M 2E4

Weekend brunch starts at 10 am, so be sure to reserve your morning to experience the modern lumber camp décor at The District Brasserie. The pint serving of orange juice goes down well with the vegan scramble or the croque madame (like the croque monsieur, but with an egg on top). A brunch bowl or crab cake bowl will send you off with enough energy to make it to dinner.

Tomahawk Barbecue

1550 Philip Ave, North Vancouver, BC V7P 2V8

Tomahawk has served high-quality food to generations of North Vancouver residents since 1926. The breakfast tradition carries on, using only certified free-range eggs and organic beef products in heaping portions for hungry customers. Where else can you get nine slices of Yukon-style bacon on one plate? The menu also features fluffy French toast and buttermilk pancakes alongside eggs Benedict and humble yogurt with granola or oatmeal.

Raglan's Bistro

15 Lonsdale Ave, North Vancouver, BC V7M 2E4

Raglan's fun and pun-filled menu will give you lots to laugh about while deciding on the breakfast item to best start your day. To avoid confusion, the Ragga Muffin is Raglan’s take on eggs Benedict, served with fresh fruit and more tasty variations than you can try in one sitting.

Eighties Restaurant

110 14th St W, North Vancouver, BC V7M 1N9

Revisit the past at Eighties Restaurant and enjoy their extensive breakfast menu. With pancakes, waffles and French toast beside eight variations of eggs Benedict, you’ll never have the same breakfast twice. The hearty crepes and omelettes are such great value that Eighties is a consistent winner in the North Shore News' Readers Choice Awards.

Toby's Social Pub

1378 Main St, North Vancouver, BC V7J 1C6

You may not be in university anymore, but you can still enjoy a craft beer with your breakfast at this gastropub. All eggs are kindly provided by free-range chickens on B.C. farms. Try the crab cake or pulled pork Benedict to deviate from the usual or go for their traditional Irishman’s breakfast.

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