This Vancouver Restaurant Has Bottomless Brunch & It’s Just So Hard To Stop Eating

It has the perfect backdrop for pictures, too!

Vancouver Editor
This Vancouver Restaurant Has Bottomless Brunch & It’s Just So Hard To Stop Eating

Bottomless brunch is like a foodie dream come true. All-you-can-eat avocado toast, pancakes, waffles, eggs — you name it!

ARC restaurant in Vancouver lets you get your fill for $49 per person.

It might seem like a lot, but it's not your ordinary buffet-style breakfast.

It's an amazing menu with things like buttermilk biscuits and salmon Benedict.

The interior is also stunning.

It's super bright and spacious, making it the perfect backdrop for photos.

It's the ideal weekend spot to hit up with friends if you're really hungry.

Make your reso now, because it gets busy!

ARC Restaurant + Bar

Price: $49 per person

Address: 900 Canada Place Way, Vancouver, BC

Why You Need To Go: All you can eat. Need we say more?


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