This year Easter Sunday falls on April 16, and if you head to one of these spots to pick up grub, it’s going to be one tasty holiday. From chocolates to teas, Vancouver’s got Easter on lock when it comes to food.
Here are 16 places to get Easter treats in Vancouver.
Beacoup’s hot cross buns are back for Easter, and that means it’s time to get ’em while their hot! Made with buttery brioche, candied lemon and orange peel, currants, and a pinch of spice, these buns can be purchased in-store or ordered in advance for celebrations. They will be stocked daily now until April 16, for larger orders customers are asked to call ahead.
Address: 2150 Fir Street, Vancouver
Bel Café has some great seasonal Easter treats and takeaways available this year including fruity hot cross buns (which can be pre-ordered in larger quantities), a sweet entremet with balanced flavours of blackberry, citrus and verbena, or the salted caramel and milk chocolate choux puff.
Address: 801 West Georgia Street, Vancouver
BETA5 has a large selection of festive items for Easter this year including Peanut Butter Raindrops, Chocolate Rainclouds, Raspberry and Cocoa Nib Eggs in Buds and Bulbs (filled with caramelized cocoa nibs), and delicious Peanut Butter Cup cream puffs.
Address: 413 Industrial Avenue, Vancouver; The BETA5 Cambie pop-up (3345 Cambie Street) will be open from April 4 to May 15.
BjornBar Bakery is getting festive with Easter selections like these adorable housemade peeps and more.
Address: 102 – 3053 Edgemont Boulevard, North Vancouver
The folks at Butter have outdone themselves with a series of festive cookies and special Easter treats for the season.
Address: 4907 Mackenzie Street, Vancouver
This season for Easter Chez Christophe is offering a fantastic selection of adorable chocolate bunnies, along with Easter Bunny Eclairs (carrot cake filled with a cream cheese and cardamom ganache) and Easter Bunny Cream Puffs (filled with grapefruit curd and a lychee confit).
Address: 4717 Hastings Street, Burnaby
Cobs is back with Easter treats like these hot cross buns baked on-site at all locations.
The East Village Bakery is getting into the spring spirit with festive Easter treats like these picture-perfect pastel cookies.
Address: 2166 East Hastings Street, Vancouver
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Gem Chocolates is offering Easter artisan chocolates, chocolate bunnies, and large eggs in seasonal colours and patterns.
Address: 2029 West 41st Avenue, Vancouver
Lisa Lou’s is offering adorable character chocolate sculptures along with eggs in milk chocolate, dark chocolate, toffee crunch, and peanut butter flavours to name a few.
Address: 1007 Main Street, Vancouver
Mink Chocolates has a great selection of Easter treats this year including chocolate bunnies, artisan chocolate boxes, and bonbons.
Address: 863 West Hastings Street, Vancouver
As always, Purdys will be offering a fantastic selection of chocolates for Easter. Bunnies, eggs, chocolate lollipops – you name it, they’ve got it in multiple varieties.
Soirette has some delightful Easter offerings like these carrot-shaped macarons and chocolate cake topped with seasonal macarons and mini eggs.
Address: 1433 West Pender Street, Vancouver
Thomas Haas is serving up drool-worthy Easter-themed confections this season including Whimsical Bunnies, Hens, and Chicks made of chocolate, Truffle Eggs in exotic flavours, and special prizes for Annual Charitable Easter Raffle.
Address: 2539 West Broadway Avenue, Vancouver
Address: Unit 128, 998 Harbourside Drive, North Vancouver
TWG Tea has released a tea that is perfect for Easter. The Tea Party Tea from the Haute Couture Tea Collection is a rich black tea with notes of candied sweetness, meant to remind you of a bright Easter morning.
Address: 1070 West Georgia Street, Vancouver
Wild Sweets is offering some amazing cocoArt sculptures like this ‘Egg & Carton’ and more.
Address: 12191 Hammersmith Way, Richmond