Believe it or not, Easter weekend is just around the corner, and we’re already looking forward to some special brunch experiences happening in Vancouver. After all, what better way to celebrate an extra day off than with eggs benny, themed desserts, and flowing mimosas with your loved ones?

Without further ado, here are 9 spots for Easter brunch to check out in Vancouver this year.

Glowbal Restaurant

Glowbal’s popular Easter Brunch Buffet is back this year, featuring everything from chilled seafood to omelettes, to classic eggs benedict and waffles, to their famous Glowbal Brunch Poutine. And if you still have room – there’s always their special charcuterie and cheese platter!

Reservations can be made online.

Where: 590 West Georgia
Cost: $75 per person, $30 for kids

H2 Kitchen and Bar

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Photo via H2 Kitchen & Bar

H2 is bringing back all of their Easter must-haves, including an irresistible array of chocolates & desserts, cheese and charcuterie, brioche french toast, seafood paella, spinach & ricotta ravioli, and much more. This year’s expanded celebration includes a scrumptious buffet spread, interactive chef stations, chocolate fondue, and a live bunny interaction to help all family members embrace the joy of spring.

Reservations can be made online.

Where: 1601 Bayshore Drive
Cost: $79 per person, $35 for kids


Photo via Notch8

In addition to its new cherry blossom-themed afternoon tea experience, Notch8 is offering all the brunch classics you know and love, from eggs benedict to maple glazed salmon and lamb at their chef-attended carving station.

Reservations can be made online.

Where: 900 West Georgia Street
Cost: $79 per adult, $40 for kids


Easter Brunch returns to Globe@YVR with an exquisite buffet created by Executive Chef Harris Sakalis and his culinary team. Featuring an extensive selection of savoury favourites and sweet treats, including a chef-attended carving station, live omelette station, OceanWise seafood selection, a decadent chocolate fountain and much more.

Reservations can be made online.

Where: 3111 Grant McConachie Way, Richmond
Cost: $79 per adult, $34.50 for kids

Honey Salt

Honey Salt’s famous Easter brunch will be served from Good Friday to Easter Monday, and the Easter Bunny themselves will be there to hand out treats on Sunday and Monday from 10 am to 2 pm! Sip on faves like the Elizabeth Caesar, Okanagan berry smoothie, and indulge in everything from a buttermilk fried chicken sandwich to the chocolate hazelnut-stuffed french toast.

Reservations can be made online.

Where: 39 Smithe Street


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Photo via ARC Dining

Nothing beats brunch without limits, which is exactly what diners can enjoy at ARC, one of Vancouver’s only spots for bottomless brunch! Restaurant Executive Chef Adam Middleton has created a slew of Easter-inspired plates like hot cross buns served with honey butter and jam, braised lamb shoulder with polenta and gremolata, and even an Easter Egg-stravaganza bowl filled with chocolate bunnies, macaroons, truffles, and more.

And to wash it all down? A Boozy Bunny, made with house-made Valhrona hot chocolate, Kahlua, Bailey’s, and topped with mini marshmallows and a chocolate bunny that slowly melts into the drink.

Reservations can be made online.

Where: 900 Canada Place
Cost: $99 per person, $59 for kids

The Victor

Photo via The Victor

The Victor is celebrating Easter this year with a themed candy table, available for all guests to enjoy from 10 am to 2:30 pm on Sunday, April 9th.

Where: 39 Smithe Street

Seasons in Queen Elizabeth Park

This one’s definitely our scenic pick. Seasons will be offering brunch on Good Friday, through the weekend and on Easter Monday. Choose from tasty picks like the smoked salmon benedict, duck confit hash, steak & eggs, and much more.

Reservations can be made online.

Where: West 33rd Avenue

The Teahouse at Stanley Park

Likewise, The Teahouse will be offering a mix of lobster and cab cake bennys, braised short ribs, specialty quiche, and much more on Good Friday, through the weekend, and brunch on Easter Monday. And for dessert? Crispy pavlova with cherry jam, mixed berries, and toasted pistachio!

Reservations can be made online.

Where: 7501 Stanley Park Drive

And that’s a wrap on some tasty spots for Easter brunch in Vancouver!