Don’t try to hit the gym, don’t try to do your laundry – you took things too far last night and hit the sauce harder than you should have, and now it’s time to mend the proper way.
The first step to curing that nasty hangover? Find the carby-est, eggy-est, cheesiest most bacon-loaded thing you can get your club-stamped hands-on and chow down.
Grab the crew and head to one of these spots to get the best hangover eats in Vancouver, you won’t regret it.
Only the Coal Harbour location boasts an uber-yolky dreamy Eggburger menu with two options: The Cascadia (egg over easy, cheese, maple bacon, honey mustard aioli) and The Doug (scrambled eggs, chives, cheese, caramelized onion, maple bacon, garlic aioli).
Address: 689 Thurlow Street, Vancouver
This drink includes a full roasted chicken, a burger, a slider, onion rings, chicken wings, a hot dog, and a brownie piled up over top a Ceasar. It costs $60 and has to be shared by two.
Address: 1262 Davie Street
This place is defintiely a go-to for post-drink meals. Their pulled pork pancakes are legendary and once you order them yourself you’ll see why.
Address: 2296 East Hastings Street, Vancouver
Many Vancouverites say these spots are the best place in the city to get a hot bowl of quality ramen. Umami, miso, pork broth, you can get whatever your hungover heart desires at one of Danbo’s two Vancouver locations.
Address: 1333 Robson Street, Vancouver
Address: 1833 W 4th Avenue, Vancouver
This Vancouver eatery offers both regular and deluxe versions of all-you-can-eat poutine, and they offer it in 17 different varieties (which you can also get in normal size, obviously). Head to 1215 Davie Street to enjoy AYCE doses of hand-cut double-cooked fries, fresh squeaky cheese, gravy, and toppings at just $19.50 for a regular, and $24.50 for the deluxe version.
Address: 1215 Davie Street, Vancouver
Vietnamese is a no-brainer for most of us when it comes to fixing a hangover. Get Ha Long Bay’s lemongrass chicken vermicelli with a fried egg on it and you’ll definitely be good to go.
Address: 430 W Pender Street, Vancouver
The new brunch menu here features the Juke Breakfast Sandwich, biscuits and sausage gravy with honey-glazed ham, and chicken fried steak to name a few, but the chicken and waffles are top–freakin’–notch, take it from us. This dish is only available during brunch hours (weekends from 10 am to 3 pm).
Address: 182 Keefer Street, Vancouver
What could be better than breakfast food and pizza combined? This Yaletown gem has six different varieties of their signature Benedict Pizzas at $14 a pop. This dish is available during brunch hours (weekend from 11 am to 3 pm).
Address: 1011 Hamilton Street, Vancouver
Breakfast here is available all day, which is perfect for those who rise a little later than expected after a big night out. The breakfast burrito is made from scrambled free-range eggs, cumin-spiced potatoes, roasted tomato salsa, cheese, and sour cream wrapped in a whole wheat tortilla and grilled. You can add guac and bake it with ranchero sauce and cheese for an additional cost. You can also make this bad boy vegan upon request.
Address: 2781 Commercial Drive, Vancouver
Brave the line, get the food to cure that hangover, the mission is simple. While Jam Cafe has an insane array of extremely tasty breakfast eats, we have to urge you to get the fried chicken French toast… and also split a cinnamon bun waffle with whoever you’re with, because, why not?
Address: 556 Beatty Street, Vancouver
Celebrating over 25 years of pure bagel bliss, Siegel’s is an awesome place to head if you’re into eating delicious Montreal-style bagels. Siegel’s Kitsilano location is the only one open 24 hours.
Address: 1883 Cornwall Avenue, Vancouver
The main attraction at this spot’s brunch has got the be the breakfast hot dog that goes by Wake Up! HotDog? This offering combines baked beans, banana peppers, curry ketchup, a fried egg, and bacon on top of a beef or veggie hotdog for $8.50. Get this dish during brunch hours (weekends from 11 am to 3 pm).
Address: 2481 East Hastings Street