Weekends are about one thing and one thing only: brunch. It's the only thing that gets me out of bed on a Saturday. In a city flooded with some of the best eats on the West Coast, where should you go? We found a ton of tasty things to do this weekend in Vancouver if you live to eat.\nLet's face it — unless you're a gourmet chef most people would rather eat out than eat at home. Even if you're trying to cut back on your spending or save money here or there, you eventually will need to treat yourself to a meal someone else made.\nEditor's Choice: Dynamite & Garage Set To Close Stores In Canada After Filing For Creditor Protection\nListen here, because that day has come. There are too many transcendentally delicious brunch spots in the city for you to be eating boxed cereal day after day.\nAfter all, it's socially acceptable to have a mojito or an Aperol spritz at 11 a.m. as long as you're downing it with a stack of pancakes.\nWhether you're looking for a little pick-me-up or a full meal that will leave you stuffed all day long, there's a place on this list you'll want to check out on a Sunday morning.\nEat Pasta For Breakfast\nPrice: 💸💸\nCuisine: Italian\nAddress: Farina a Legna\nWhy You Need To Go: Worth taking the sea bus for, this North Van Italian spot is so the perfect place to take your brunch date this weekend.\n View this post on Instagram What #pasta heaven looks like. The carbonara with guanciale, egg yolk, pecorino Romano, and black pepper. @farinaalegna is still open and their #pasta is still available for #takeout! #magmeieats #supportsmallbusiness #media @breakingbreadnow . . . . . . . . . . . . #food #foodie #foodblogger #foodporn #foodlover #foodlove #instafood #yummy #nomnomnom #eat #eating #instagood #foodstagram #foodinsta #foodgram #vancouver #vaneats #vancityeats #vanfoodie #vancouverfoodie #yvrfood #vcbfood A post shared by MaggiMei (@magmei) on Apr 3, 2020 at 7:49pm PDT\n\nMenu\nBrunch Canadian-Style\nPrice: 💸💸\nCuisine: Diner\nAddress: Multiple locations in Vancouver\nWhy You Need To Go: Don't be intimidated by the line up outside, it moves fast, or just wake up extra early to be the first in the doors to get their filling Canadian-style breakfasts.\n View this post on Instagram My first brunch experience in a long time was so wonderful @jamcafeyvr 10/10 I understand why there's often a line up out the door for this tasty spot. Pancakes are love, but banana pancakes are life. 🍌 A post shared by Sarah Rose Anderson (@sarahrosewords) on Jun 19, 2020 at 12:10pm PDT\n\nMenu\nSushi Aboard\nPrice: 💸\nCuisine: Japanese\nAddress: 1047 Denman St., Vancouver, BC\nWhy You Need To Go: Get your freshly made rolls delivered to you by a "high-speed train" at this new sushi spot in the West End.\n View this post on Instagram All aboard the chew chew train! Rollin' with your friends if you dont have a wasa-bae or a soy-mate 😉 Yesss finally a conveyor belt sushi restaurant in vancouver!! The restaurant has a nice modern interior and cute booth seats for that extra comfort. Each table comes with an ipad, where you can choose from appetizers like chicken karage to things like aburi sushi. The food was not bad, although the rice was a bit overcooked and the food came a little longer than expected at times. Our overall experience was quite pleasant, with extra customer service from the staff 😏. Service: 🐷🐷🐷🐷/5 Food: 🐷🐷🐷/5 . . . #sushiaboard #japanesefood #downtown #vancouverfoodie #vancityeats #vancouvereats #vaneats #vancouverfood #vanlife #foodporn #sushi #aburisushi #conveyorbeltsushi #cravingssatisfied #raincity #instafood #instafoodies #instaeats #foodlover A post shared by The Foodie Piglets (@thefoodiepiglets) on Aug 25, 2020 at 10:10pm PDT\n\nMenu\nFollow The White Rabbit\nPrice: 💸\nCuisine: Bakery\nAddress: Kouign Café, 18 E. Pender St., Vancouver, BC\nWhy You Need To Go: This bakery keeps selling out of their white rabbit cookies made with sweet Chinese milk candies.\n View this post on Instagram FOLLOW THE WHITE RABBIT TO THE NEWLY OPENED @kouigncafeyvr WHITE RABBIT COOKIES @kouigncafeyvr mochiiko, wheat flour, 55% dark chocolate chips, white rabbit candy bits and maldon salted caramel congrats to the homie @thekouign on opening his long awaited new bakery! check out the @kouigncafeyvr! ___ #vancouver #foodbeast #yvreats #dishedvan #f52grams #buzzfeedfood #yahoofood #foodintheair #feedyoursoull #eeeeeats #huffposttaste #spoonfeed #thekitchn #foodporn #foodstagram #getinmybelly #vancouverfoodie #eatingfortheinsta #buzzfeast #thrillist #eater #feastagram #eeeeeats #yvr #yvrfoodie #icecreamlovers #dietstartstomorrow #frenchpastries #bakingfromscratch A post shared by richwon | food photography (@therichwon) on Aug 30, 2020 at 9:04pm PDT\n\nMenu\nHit Up ¿CóMO?\nPrice: 💸💸\nCuisine: Spanish\nAddress: 201 E 7th Ave., Vancouver, BC\nWhy You Need To Go: This award-winning tapas place is finally back to its full service. Plus, get there for "Spanish Happy Hour" if you need a bevy.\n View this post on Instagram Back in the big shitty and back at our fave little Spanish tapas spot. New patio, who dis. 🤙 A post shared by Laura Service (@smervice) on Aug 15, 2020 at 4:36pm PDT\n\nMenu\nEat Brunch On A Sunny Patio\nPrice: 💸💸\nCuisine: Brunch\nAddress: Egg & Co., 4245 Fraser St., Vancouver, BC \nWhy You Need To Go: Some of the best bennies and pancakes can be found at this gem on Fraser and their patio is the quaintest and coziest spot to post up for a lazy weekend brunch.\n View this post on Instagram Thank you @eggncompany for delicious food 🍳🥑 and amazing service. Coming back soon ✌🏻 A post shared by Katerina (@katerina_babelo) on Aug 9, 2020 at 12:23pm PDT\n\nMenu\nGet Unusual Eats\nWhy You Need To Go: You're too cool to eat only normal foods. Why not indulge in something wild and wonderful instead?\n View this post on Instagram I felt so sorry and guilty.... A post shared by Hana (コノカ) (@konohana611) on Sep 23, 2019 at 12:48am PDT\n\nWebsite\nBefore you get going, check our Responsible Travel Guide so you can be informed, be safe, be smart, and most of all, be respectful on your trip.