Vancouver brunch spots to take your tots

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]

Red Robin

803 Thurlow St, Vancouver, BC V6E 1W1

With various locations throughout the city, Red Robin is a tried-and-true kid-friendly restaurant. Crayons and activity sheets are provided so your kids can colour while they wait for their food, which is never too long. The dedicated kids’ menu offers some great selections.

Kokopelli Cafe

4593 Dunbar St, Vancouver, BC V6S 2G7

Located in Dunbar, one of Vancouver’s most family-oriented neighbourhoods, Kokopelli Café is great place for brunch with the little ones. Tots will love the play area and kids’ menu, whereas grown-ups will love the stylish, comfortable atmosphere, gourmet coffee and superb baking.

White Spot

797 Main St, West Vancouver, BC V7T 0A5

You can’t talk about kid-friendly brunch in Vancouver without mentioning one of Vancouver’s beloved family restaurants. White Spot has become an institution in the city, attracting families year round with their excellent comfort food and family-friendly atmosphere.

Bandidas Taqueria

2781 Commercial Dr, Vancouver, BC V5N 4C5

Bandidas is a popular vegetarian Mexican joint on Commercial Drive. They serve some of the best brunch in town – think eggs Benny with cornbread, guacamole, roasted yam and potato hash and pinto beans. Kids will love everything from the menu to the art on the walls to the toy area.

Jam Cafe

556 Beatty St, Vancouver, BC V6B 2L3

Jam Café is a delicious brunch spot right next to Stadium-Chinatown SkyTrain station. Be sure to arrive early – this place gets busy! And, it’s easy to see why. From the savoury and sweet menu to the friendly staff, this is a definite must-visit brunch spot for the whole family.

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