Brunch So Hard: Chowin’ Down in Vancouver
Think eggs benedict, huevos rancheros, indulgent waffles and more—Van City has it all!
Next time groups are refueling before a day of sightseeing fun in Vancouver, British Columbia, clink your mimosa glasses and say "Cheers!" to these top-notch brunch destinations.
H2 Rotisserie & Bar
Brunch never looked so good. Groups can indulge in a variety of carefully cooked dishes, including the Okanagan peach stuffed French toast, grilled in sweet butter with seasonal fruit compote and maple syrup. Even try out an espresso martini or two!
Tableau Bar Bistro
Where fresh and local meets bistro cool, Tableau serves an updated take on traditional French bistro fare. Groups can get a truly elevated Canadian dish—confit duck poutine, complimented by poached eggs, hollandaise, cheese curds and gravy.
Specializing in deliciously decadent, yet simple country cooking at its finest, Wildebeest offers groups brunch dishes prepared with local ingredients. Groups that are especially hungry can take on the Beest Brunch, made up of elk tri-tip, maple breakfast sausage, thick-cut rosemary bacon, smoked blueberry jus, three fried eggs, smashbrowns and sourdough toast.
Inspired by different regions in Mexico, La Mezcaleria uses traditional methods with fresh West Coast ingredients to bring groups stellar traditional staples with a twist. Groups can try the migas con chorizo, with seasoned corn tortilla crisps and house Mexican chorizo scrambled together with two free-range eggs and served with black refried beans, queso fresco and fresh arugula.
Jam Cafe on Beatty
Groups looking for some incredible homemade fare in a rustic-city atmosphere that's served up all day are in luck! Jam Cafe on Beatty broadens breakfast horizons with comfort food staples like house-made cornbread, buttermilk biscuits and creamy sausage gravy. Follow it all up with a classic mimosa.
Written by Sarah Suydam, Staff Writer for Groups Today.
Photo courtesy of of H2 Rotisserie & Bar.