It’s no secret that Vancouver is seriously into brunch.
Whether it’s a quick over the counter avo toast or a four-course mid-morning feast with glass upon glass of mimosas, this city has enough brunches to fill your weekends this month about 100 times over.
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While there is a huge selection of awesome brunches, there are a few new ones you’ve got to make a priority.
Here are 3 bucket list brunches to try in Vancouver right now.
We teased one of Riz’s new brunch items a few weeks ago, but the East Broadway poké restaurant, known for their outrageous dishes and food challenges, has now launched several other interesting mashups for their mid-morning weekend service including bubble chicken and waffles. Other brunch features will include Bacon Broth Udon and Loco Moco (aka the ultimate Hawaiian hangover cure)
Address: 2887 East Broadway, Vancouver
The new Belle Provence Brunch runs weekends from June 17 to mid-September at Market by Jean-Georges. Guests can expect Provençale-inspired dishes on the new brunch menu, including eats like baguette tartines, lavender lemonade popsicles, madeleines, French toast, and of course, rosé!
Address: Terrace at Market by Jean-Georges in the Shangri La – 1115 Alberni Street, Vancouver
Located at 738 Granville Street, this is the second Cacao 70 Sweet House concept in the area (the first is at Lonsdale Quay in North Vancouver) and June 10 marked its soft opening. The Sweet House downtown offers chocolate drinks, desserts, and all-day brunch items like omelettes and chicken and waffles.
Address: 738 Granville Street, Vancouver