This year Easter Sunday falls on April 16, and if you head to one of these spots to pick up or go out for grub, it’s going to be one tasty holiday. From lavish brunches to dinners to-go, Vancouver’s got Easter on lock when it comes to food.
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Here are 8 places to get Easter eats in Vancouver:
The Boathouse is celebrating Easter Sunday by offering a brunch of Bennies and Bubbly on April 16. The menu here includes Crab Cakes Benedict and champagne, along with Ocean Wise fish, steaks, and hand-crafted cocktails.
The BoatHouse accepts reservations for Easter brunch.
Address: 2 locations in Vancouver.
On Sunday, April 16, Boulevard Kitchen & Oyster Bar will be offering an Easter Buffet Brunch service. This spread will feature house-baked breads and pastries, salads, charcuterie, a raw seafood bar, a carving station, and a kids’-only menu (which includes a take-home chocolate bunny).
This brunch is $72 per person and $25 for kids 12 and under.
Address: 845 Burrard Street, Vancouver
Head to The Cascade Room on Sunday, April 16th to enjoy a Sunday Roast dinner. The “Easter Feaster” is a three-course menu that features mustard-crusted roast beef for a main and a double chocolate brownie for dessert. Roasted butternut squash will be the vegetarian option for this meal. There are three seatings for this Easter Dinner: 5, 7, and 9 pm.
This dinner is $32 per person and $56 with wine parings. Guests can also order the courses offered during the Easter Feaster a la carte.
Address: 2616 Main Street, Vancouver
Dockside Restaurant at the Granville Island Hotel is offering a Marketplace Easter Brunch Buffet with different stations dedicated to “The Butcher”, “The Wharf”, “The Bakery”, and classic brunch items from “The Marketplace Kitchen”. Guests can choose from over 70 dishes at this brunch, which runs on Sunday, April 16.
Reservations must be made for Dockside’s Easter brunch. There are two seatings available (10 am and 1 pm) and this meal is $69.95 per person and $34.95 for kids under the age of 12.
Address: 1253 Johnston Street, Granville Island, Vancouver
Homer St. is serving an Easter Dinner feature from Friday to Sunday which includes a rotisserie ham and pineapple, asparagus, buttermilk potato, and a honey mustard glaze. This spot will also offer an Easter brunch feature from Friday to Sunday which will be a beef brisket and potato hash with asparagus, fried egg, and harissa hollandaise.
Homer Street accepts reservations for Easter brunch.
Address: 898 Homer Street, Vancouver
Railtown Catering is offering a selection of gourmet ‘Easter To-Go’ dinner packages, available for pick-up and delivery (hot or cold) on Sunday, April 16. Each package includes a choice of entrée (Honey Glazed Bone-in Ham with Creamed Horseradish or Lemon-and-Rosemary-Crusted Leg of Lamb with Natural Lamb Jus), seasonal side dishes and dessert.
Address: 397 Railway Street, Vancouver
Tableau will be offering brunch service all weekend from Friday to Sunday over the Easter weekend. This menu will avocado on toast with a poached duck egg, shaved prosciutto, fresh herbs, and hollandaise. Tableau will also have an Easter dinner feature from Friday to Sunday which will be grilled veal chop with nettle and lemon risotto, asparagus, and red wine jus.
Tableau accepts reservations for Easter brunch.
Address: 1181 Melville Street, Vancouver
On Sunday, April 16 from 10 am to 2:3o pm the YEW will offering an Easter Brunch Buffet. Guests will enjoy breakfast pastries, a raw bar (including seafood charcuterie shucked oysters), along with a Roast Leg of Lamb. This brunch is $85 per person and $42 from kids ages 6 to 12.