Guide: 8 brunch spots in Vancouver perfect for a special occasion
When we think about special occasions, we think graduation, engagements, birthdays and anniversaries. We also think about food because, well, we always do. That’s why we’ve teamed up with Bud Light Radler to put together a list of the best brunch spots in Vancouver perfect for any special occasion.
Bud Light Radler is the perfect complement to any brunch occasion. With a refreshing and unique mix of beer and juice, it’s light, it’s delicious, and it will definitely make every brunch feel like a celebration.
Here are 8 brunch spots in Vancouver perfect for a special occasion.
If you want your special occasion brunch to include an IG post of your location, then the ultra-beautiful Botanist is hard to beat. Plus, the dishes look just as good as the decor, which is no small feat.
Where: 1038 Canada Place
A great Kitsilano café with a menu filled with French classics and a top-notch brunch. The space is fun, easy on the eyes, and is completely unpretentious. The latter is especially helpful if this special occasion calls for a boozy brunch.
Where: 2278 W 4th Ave
Boulevard Kitchen & Oyster Bar
For such an upscale spot, Boulevard actually dishes out a reasonably priced brunch menu. Obviously, seafood is the specialty here, so feel free to go nuts and grab the Seafood Tower for Four. After all, what’s more special than a stack of high-end seafood for brunch?
Where: 845 Burrard St
Head over to Railtown District and celebrate your special occasion at one of the coolest brunch destinations, event spaces, and private dining spots in Vancouver.
Where: 55 Dunlevy Ave
Sustainable seafood, exposed brick setting, and an 8-hour-long weekend brunch service. Dang, sounds pretty good, doesn’t it? Add in the fact that this Belgian cuisine is top-notch and that the ambiance of the restaurant is very romantic, and you’ve got a very, very special brunch.
Where: 568 Beatty Street
Have you been looking around Vancouver to find that perfect brunch spot for your special occasion but need to keep it veg-friendly? Well, firstly, it’s Vancouver, so you’re in luck. Secondly, Acorn has been ranked as the best vegetarian restaurant in the world, so you best believe that this brunch will blow your mind.
Where: 3995 Main St
Ask for Luigi
Now, we’ve talked about brunching at Ask for Luigi before, but that definitely won’t stop us from talking about it again. If some of Vancouver’s best pasta for brunch doesn’t meet your special occasion expectation, then we don’t know what will.
Where: 305 Alexander Street
This Mediterranean-inspired menu is without-a-doubt one of the city’s most popular brunch destinations. Also, it features some of the best Belgian waffles in Vancouver. Finally, the huge brunch selection will ensure there is something for everyone in your party, no matter the size.
Where: 780 Richards Street
Now, get out there and treat yourself to a lovely brunch in Vancouver, people! And whether out at one of these hot spots or at-home with a tasty, homemade Brunch, a Bud Light Radler can be a perfect pairing. Cheers!