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Probably The 14 Best Brunches In Vancouver

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Probably The 14 Best Brunches In Vancouver

Tired of your daily cereal bowl routine? Shake things up this weekend and dive into Vancity's delicious brunch scene.

From flavourful fusions to homestyle comforts, there is something for everyone at any of these 14 spots:

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1. Tuc Craft Kitchen // 60 West Cordova St. 

Started by three long time friends, this urban kitchen is a place of constant innovation. New and unique ingredients are added to hearty breakfast classics creating delicious perfection.

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2. The Teahouse // 7501 Stanley Park Dr.

Enjoy a posh plate of Duck and Waffles in the park.This elegant eatery’s beautiful view alone is enough to leave you satisfied.

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3. Yolk’s Restaurant and Commissary // 1298 East Hastings St. 

With two Vancity locations and one travelling food truck, Yolk’s has become a local breakfast staple. Try any of the comfort food classic breakfasts made with precision and love.

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4. Nero Belgian Waffle Bar // 1703 Robson St. 

Explore the waffle world at this sweet tooth paradise. You will never toast an Eggo again.

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5. El Camino's // 3250 Main St. 

Fusing Latin American street food and weekend brunch, El Caminos creates a breakfast explosion bursting with flavour.

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6. Cafe Medina // 780 Richards St. 

The Mediterranean inspired menu gives this old favourite a special twist. Venture out to this retro cafe and try ‘the city’s best Belgian waffles.’

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7. Chambar // 568 Beatty St. 

Their philosophy is to serve an exceptional fine dining experience without the pretension. Feel completely at ease as you enjoy high quality French and Moroccan dishes.

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8. Twisted Fork Bistro // 1147 Granville St. 

Simplifying the art of french cooking, The Twisted Fork Bistro offers a delightful brunch menu in the heart of the city. The small-town, friendly environment gives the space its homey and hearty reputation.

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9. The Acorn // 3995 Main St. 

This all vegetarian spot leaves the meatiest of meat eaters satisfied. With all organic ingredients and inventive dishes, The Acorn artfully takes the bacon out of brunch.

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10. Boulevard Kitchen and Oyster Bar // 845 Burrard St. 

Four words: Nutella stuffed french toast!

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11. The Union // 219 Union St. 

The Union, true to its name, brings together Asian delicacies and traditional brunch. Enlighten your senses with this delightful fusion food.

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12. Farmer’s Apprentice // 1535 West 6th Ave. 

This authentic joint’s menu varies with the daily delivery of ingredients. You can’t get fresher than that!

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13. Catch 122 Cafe Bistro // 122 West Hastings St. 

Try their delicious brunch with all items under $13!

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14. Aphrodite’s Organic Cafe and Pie Shop // 3605 West 4th Ave. 

Friendly to gluten-free and vegetarian/vegans, this localized joint has the freshest of ingredients, all ocean-wise and organic. Try one of their delicious pies for dessert!

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