5 best places for brunch in Kelowna

Dec 20 2017, 12:22 am

If you’re thinking of soaking up the sun this summer in beautiful Kelowna, you’re going to need a place to start your day. Make the most of your visit by heading to one of these restaurants noted for serving up a superior late-morning dining experience.

The Bohemian Café and Catering Company

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At the top of most brunch experience lists, the Bohemian has a bit of an unfair advantage on the competition since breakfast and light lunches is about all it does. You’ll find traditional brunch fare here – eggs, sausage, bacon and hash browns – but we recommend you go for the corned beef hash and add a little grilled salsa. Treat yourself with their Mimosa, which features Summerhill Pyramid Brut mixed with fresh orange juice. And at the “Boh” you’ll find many homemade goodies, including the bread, the sausage and the jam.

Address: 524 Bernard Avenue, Kelowna
Phone: 250-862-3517
Website: bohemiancater.com

The Grateful Fed

Owned and managed by self-proclaimed Dead Heads, the Grateful Fed makes the most of Sunday morning – even if the party on Saturday night continues well into the wee hours. Brunch is served until noon and includes Steak and Eggs, Fed Bennys, waffles and three-egg omelettes. Of course, you can opt for bacon and eggs, but relax and live a little.

Address: 509 Bernard Avenue, Kelowna
Phone: 250-862-8621
Website: thegratefulfed.ca

The Marmalade Cat Café

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Here’s a twist – Eggs Donny served with smoked salmon, spinach and tomato and sweet potato hash browns. The Marmalade Cat likes to think it’s Kelowna’s best-kept secret, but the cat’s out of the bag. Sunday brunch is served from 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Stop by on Monday for an egg croissant, and they’ll throw in a free coffee or tea.

Address: 2903 Pandosy Street, Kelowna
Phone: 250-861-4158
Website: marmaladecatcafe.com

The Jammery

A list of top brunch spots in Kelowna wouldn’t be complete without one of the Okanagan Valley’s favourites, The Jammery. Featured this spring on the Food Network’s “You Gotta Eat Here,” this restaurant is nestled in seven acres of farmland and inspired by local wineries. The Jammery serves breakfasts that complement the local fruit jams and jellies they produce on site. Their all-you-can-eat waffles are a crowd pleaser, and their unique approach to both sweet and savoury breakfasts means everyone goes home happy.

Address: 8038 Highway 97N, Kelowna
Phone: 250-766-1139
Website: jammery.com

Okanagan Street Food 

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Sure, it’s a bit different buying brunch from a truck, but that’s how this little favourite started. Now a brick and mortar location, you can sit back and enjoy a relaxed meal. Get there early, the Classic Eggs Benny are only around until they’re sold out. Don’t worry if you want to grab something on the go, their food truck favourites are available to-go so you can enjoy brunch at nearby Knox Mountain Park or one of the beaches downtown.

Address: 812 Crowley Avenue, Kelowna
Phone: 778-478-0807
Website: okanaganstreetfood.com

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