Best brunches in Gastown & Railtown
By Vancity Buzz
With excellent food options, an inviting and warm atmosphere, comfortable and ample seating, and friendly service, Wildebeest is must-visit brunch destination in Gastown.
Tuc Craft Kitchen
Consistently pulling a crowd on the weekend, Tuc Craft Kitchen’s brunch menu has got comfort written all over it and includes such dishes as lamb and eggs, vegetable frittata, eggs any style with pork belly crackling, and the kitchen’s signature dish, crispy chicken and waffles.
Catch 122 Café Bistro
House-cured bacon and eggs, duck prosciutto eggs Benedict, truffle-scented mushroom omelets, and brioche French toast, these are just some of the tempting plates offered at this popular contemporary Canadian eatery
The team at L’Abattoir has created not only a scrumptious menu to be relished, think Dungeness crab cakes with poached eggs, quiche with smoked steelhead, and a pork belly Eggs Benny, but also a modern and comfortable space in which to enjoy it.
Jules French Casual Bistro
Chef Emmanuel Joinville helms the kitchen at Jules, and come the weekend dishes up an alluring brunch spread that features croissants, baguettes with butter and preserves, green salads, soup, country-style eggs, a hearty breakfast cassoulet, as well as a selection of desserts.
With a focus on sourcing as many local ingredients as possible, Belgard Kitchen’s menu features a solid list of seasonal and globally inspired dishes like smashed avocado on lightly charred sourdough, coconut quinoa porridge, a Belgard brunch burger, steak and eggs, Swedish pancakes, and more.
Ask For Luigi
Located in an old wood frame building on the corner of Alexander and Gore Street, Ask for Luigi offers a fabulously Italian-focused weekend brunch menu with an array of tantalizing dishes.
If you’re looking for a casual brunch joint, where the meals are tasty and a beer or two at brunch is commonplace, make a point to drop by the Alibi Room.