For those with a sweet tooth, breakfast is your first chance of the day to indulge. And nothing satisfies that craving quite like a couple of pieces of golden brown, grilled-to-perfection French toast. These breakfast joints are putting their unique twists on this brunch staple, all to glorious, delicious effect.
After all that early-morning exercise and fresh air, a decadent weekend brunch is exactly what’s called for. Whether you’re craving bennies and strong coffee in a casual setting or seasonal crepes with a cup of Earl Grey, these Vancouver spots have you waking up on the right side of the bed.
Pancakes are irresistible and Vancouverites are lucky to have tons of options for enjoying this fluffy breakfast dish. Throwing fresh flavours and ingredients into the mix, these local eateries take old classics to new heights. Check out their menus and plan your nap time accordingly. [Photo courtesy of Jam Cafe]
Anyone who’s familiar with foodie photos on Instagram will be aware of the increasing popularity of toast. The once-humble breakfast food has experienced a trendy resurgence in recent years, and plenty of Vancouver cafés have jumped on the artisanal bread bandwagon. So why buy your own loaf at home when you can spend $10 on a gourmet slice topped with small-batch jam or smashed avocado? Get your camera ready; it’s toast time.
The hunt is over folks! We’ve uncovered a few of the best spots in Vancouver to take your friends and family for a special Easter meal. Here’s where to eat and drink this Easter weekend. Remember: reservations are recommended. [Photo courtesy of Railtown Catering/Jelger & Tanja Photographers]
Typical breakfast dishes like eggs and bacon aren’t exactly in line with a plant-based diet, but then again, Vancouver isn’t your typical city. Restaurants across the 604 are catering to conscientious diners with their creative vegetarian and vegan brunch dishes. Check out a few of our local faves next time you’re looking for a meat-free morning meal. [Image courtesy of Zend Conscious Lounge]
You know spring has sprung when you see cherry blossoms in the trees and catch the scent of hot cross buns in the air. Pillowy soft and lightly spiced, these traditional Easter treats make an excellent alternative to all of those chocolate eggs. If you’re in the mood for hot cross buns, visit these Vancouver bakeries to get ’em while they’re hot (and eat them by the ton). [Photo courtesy of Beacoup Bakery]
It’s easy to find a place to satisfy your Chinese food cravings on weekend mornings in Vancouver. Many local Chinese families go for dim sum at least once a week – it’s a delicious tradition and a great way to spend quality family time with each other. A wide variety of bite-sized options are served in mini steam baskets with freshly brewed tea on the side. Here are some of our top dim sum places you must try!
Sure we all love savoury plates of eggs Benny drowning in rich, creamy hollandaise sauce but let’s face it, sometimes brunch fans need to go the healthier route. Nutty, hearty and with just a hint of sweetness, granola is a healthful breakfast alternative that feels indulgent without all of the caloric guilt. Check out these Vancouver breakfast spots if you’re in the mood for a lighter morning meal.
Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, which is why it’s key to know where to find toast, bacon and eggs just the way you like them, seven days a week. From diners to dives to fine dining, Vancouver has plenty of weekday breakfast spots where you can start your morning with a satisfied belly. [Photo courtesy of Cafe Medina]
Brunch on the West Coast is a hearty tradition, and these Vancouver restaurants know how to live up to the hype with their incredible eggs Benedict dishes. Topped with savoury meats (or fresh veggies) and covered in creamy hollandaise sauce, these crowd-pleasing breakfast Bennies are worth waking up for. [Photo credit: iStock.com/Nicole S. Young]
Vancouver is a young city with numerous family restaurants. Here’s a list of brunch spots you can bring the kids to. [Photo © Yellow Pages / Pages Jaunes]
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