It’s Breakfast Week! We’re serving up a heaping plateful of delicious stories about the most important meal of the day–and where to get it in the Tri-Cities.
Even though Vancouver has a plethora of fantastic brekkie spots, true breakfast connoisseurs wont be contained within city limits, and they’ll happily venture outside of the city in order to try the best and biggest meals available first thing in the morning.
If you’re in search of a hearty brunch outside of the City of Vancouver, look no further than the Tri-Cities, where breakfast is top-notch and selection is wide.
It’s clear these spots have a lot to offer breakfast lovers, so here are 10 must-try breakfast spots in the Tri-Cities.
The Gallery Bistro serves breakfast daily from 10 am to 1:30 pm. Some of the dishes available here are eggs bennies, The Bistro Breakfast, French Toast, and a Croissant Scramble.
Address: 2411 Clarke Street, Port Moody
The Omega Cafe serves all-day breakfast in Port Moody. The breakfast menu has a variety of omelettes and bagel sandwiches, which are all served with toast and pan fried potatoes.
Address: 2929 Saint Johns Street, Port Moody
Facebook: Omega Cafe
Nicolelina’s Cafe in Port Moody serves classic breakfast like sausage, bacon, eggs, toast and potatoes. This spot serves breakfast at a very reasonable price all day long.
Address: 2838 St. Johns Street, Port Moody
The Amigo Pancake House serves all-day breakfast in Port Coquitlam. The menu has a ton of options including a variety of benedicts, omelettes, pancakes, and waffles.
Address: #102 2228 McAllister Avenue, Port Coquitlam
De Dutch specializes in breakfast and brunch, so you can expect delicious European fare at this outpost of the chain. Check out the menu and you’ll find intriguing items such as the DeBakon and Eggs and Canuck French Toast.
Address: #200 2748 Lougheed Highway, Port Coquitlam
ABC Country Restaurant is a franchise that offers big country breakfasts like Chicken & Waffles, a Lumberjack Platter, and hearty Streak and Eggs. This eatery also serves country skillets, bennies, pancakes, omelettes, and more. There is a ton of variety at this spot.
Address: 300-100 Schoolhouse Street, Coquitlam
This spot has some serious breakfast items such as the Strawberry Cake Breakfast, a combination two eggs, bacon, and pancakes topped with strawberries, whipped cream, strawberry sauce. Other standout items here include the Cinnamon Bun Breakfast (comes with a warm cinnamon bun), the Mexican Pulled Pork Hash, and the Chorizo Breakfast Burrito. The Coquitlam Grill serves all-day breakfast.
Address: 2635 Barnet Highway 108, Coquitlam
Facebook: The Coquitlam Grill
Jimmy’s has a small menu of brekkie items alongside its regular burger and sandwich selection. This spot has a make-your-own-omelette option alongside an eggs benedict, pancakes, and a classic breakfast.
Address: 435 North Road, Coquitlam
This Coquitlam Mom and Pop shop serves breakfast all day long. The breakfast menu consists of a great selection of ‘Big Fluffy Omelettes’, classic breakfasts, and grilled starters like the Breakfast Monti, and The Deluxe Breakfast Bun.
Address: 552 Clarke Road, Coquitlam
The Wild Fig breakfast menu offers a selection of freshly-squeezed beverages, omelettes, benedicts, pancakes and waffles. Additional items include a continental breakfast, steak and eggs, and banana bread.
Address: Executive Plaza Hotel 405 North Road, Coquitlam