Vancouver loves to brunch, and that's doubly true on certain holidays. On Easter and Mother's Day, in particular, Vancouver restaurants offer special holiday brunches so you can celebrate in style without having to cook at home!
The best spots for Easter Brunch in Vancouver cater to a wide variety of tastes and desires, from lavish buffets at Vancouver hotels to the annual Easter on Grouse Mountain (which includes brunch plus Easter Egg hunts and kids' activities), to quiet spots for a more intimate family affair.
Use this Guide to Easter Brunch in Vancouver to find the perfect spot to celebrate this Easter with your family and friends.
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Easter on Grouse Mountain
Easter Brunch on Grouse Mountain is an all-inclusive holiday affair: tickets include the three-course Easter brunch, Skyride and general admission to Grouse Mountain, and an Easter Egg hunt led by the Easter Bunny.
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Lavish Easter Buffets at Vancouver Hotels
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Easter Brunch with a View
What could be better than Easter Brunch at one of Vancouver's best restaurants with a view?
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Best Brunch in Vancover for Any Occasion
As mentioned, Vancouverites love to brunch, and we don't need a special occasion to indulge in Belgian waffles or a Dungeness crab benny. Even if a restaurant isn't having a special "Easter Brunch," you can still enjoy their brunch for Easter.
Some of the top spots for brunch in Vancouver are:
- Glowbal Grill, 1079 Mainland Street, Yaletown
- MARKET by Jean-Georges, 1115 Alberni Street, Downtown Vancouver
- Edible Canada, 1597 Johnston Street, Granville Island
- Jethro's Fine Grub, 3420 Dunbar Street, West Side / Dunbar
- The Red Wagon, 2296 E Hastings Street, East Vancouver
Jethro's Fine Grub and The Red Wagon were both featured on The Food Network's Diners, Drive-ins and Dives, Vancouver edition.