Calabash Bistro

So, here at Brunchcouver, we eat a lot of eggs. It’s kind of an occupational hazard. In the course of our brunch research, we eat a lot of eggs, a lot of toast, a lot of breakfast potatoes. So when we come across something different, like really different, for brunch, it’s always a breath of […]

Storm Crow Tavern

The Storm Crow Tavern is the first and original Storm Crow concept and not to be confused with the Storm Crow Alehouse, which the Brunch Blog Boss has already blogged about. While the Alehouse is what every beer- and burger-loving nerd would love for a rec room, the Tavern is where you feel you should […]

St Regis: New Brunch Menu

I work at BCIT. I’ve been an instructor there for the last 6 years, and while I only work there part-time, I am there pretty much every Tuesday night. Conveniently located across the street from my work is the St Regis Bar & Grill. It’s big and dark, and it has this Malbec I like […]

Elbow Room Cafe

Attending Elbow Room Cafe: The Musical made me realize that it has been too long since I’ve enjoyed brunch at the actual Elbow Room Cafe. It was a film festival weekend and that meant spending most of my time at the Vancity Theatre. It made perfect sense to take the time to walk down the […]

Cheap and Cheerful: Bon’s Off Broadway

This is the second post in our series about the cheapest breakfasts in the city. The goal here is to source out all the joints where you can get away with coffee and breakfast for under $10. Bon’s Off Broadway is number one in the category, and has been…. pretty much since I can remember. […]

Big Smoke Alehouse

A few years ago, I visited New Orleans for the first time. One of the prevalent smells in NOLA is that of barbecue and smoke. That particular smell of smoking wood that is both delicious and incredibly anticipatory. That same smell is the aroma that greets you when you walk in the front door of […]

Acme Cafe

Acme Cafe was the perfect location for my last Celebrunch interview with the fabulous Johannah Newmarch. Acme is a Gastown cafe that focuses on local ingredients crafted with a creative eye to the limitations of the restaurant. You see, they don’t have a grill. The cafe can be found in the historic Paris Block on […]

Library Square Public House

The location feels a bit odd. Library Square, a “proper English pub,” is located in… well, Library Square, on the corner of Georgia and Richards. It seems like the last place where you’d find a proper pub, but its exterior is deceptive. Once inside, there is a lot of space, dark wood, cozy booths upholstered […]

Breakfast Table

One of our jobs here at Brunchcouver is to keep out ahead of the pack; to be on the cutting edge with eggs, so to speak. We like to check out the newest that the city has to offer and report back to y’all so that you can also be in the know. I failed […]

Greenhorn Espresso Bar

Every neighbourhood has a haunt that they wish the rest of the city never found out about. My apologies to the West End but I’m about to blow the roof off your closely guarded secret; the Greenhorn Espresso Bar is destination-worthy for those outside the city core. I discovered Greenhorn through a friend a couple […]