The Charles Bar

Located on the ground level of the Woodward’s Building, on the edge of Gastown, The Charles Bar has been a fixture for the past 6 years. The space is uniquely-shaped, as it’s located in the tip of the point of the building, so it’s triangular in nature. There are lots of big windows which provide […]

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 […]

L’Abattoir in the Heart of Gastown

The names and places may change in Gastown through the years, but one thing has always remained consistent; good food, good drinks and good service. L’Abattoir is no different. Opened in 2010, L’Abattoir is located in the heart of Gastown, steps away from Blood Alley (previously The Irish Heather, now located across the street). Nighttime […]

Tuc Craft Kitchen

Tuc Craft Kitchen is one of those places that has been on our list for months. We’ve heard a ton of buzz about it… but it was only recently that we had the opportunity to check it out for ourselves. Normally, we here at Brunchcouver like to travel in packs–the more people you take with […]

Chill Winston

Chilling on a Sunny Sunday in Gastown Chill Winston, located in the very epicentre of Gastown, is well-known for its patio; large, comfortable, and true to its namesake. However, if you’re going to drop by for brunch, and I heartily recommend you do, then take a chance on one of their inside tables. The inside […]

Catch 122

Catch 122 Is a Delicious Conundrum One of the challenges of being a food blogger is that you only have but the one stomach. Whenever I go to check out a new place, I like to take at least one other person with me, and we usually divide and conquer. We’ll each order something different, […]