Ah, the morning after a night out. It sucks like hell and yet we do it to ourselves time and time again.
While the only real hangover cure is time, a little greasy sustenance, some fresh air and perhaps another bevy or two should help get you into tip-top shape a lot easier.
There are lots of patios in Vancouver offering a little summertime recuperation after a hard night of partying. Eye-opening brunch menus are the perfect accompaniment to good friends and smartphones for photo evidence of what actually happened the night before.
Here’s a rundown of awesome patios serving brunch in Vancouver on weekends as well as those other mornings when it got a little too crazy on a weeknight.
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This Kitsilano Beach pub and restaurant has a sweet patio with an amazing view of the water as well as a special brunch menu served on Saturday, Sundays and holidays from 10am – 3am.
Located inside the Vancouver Art Gallery, the scenic café and patio features a garden setting for an awesome feeling of seclusion from the city – something often much needed when nursing a brutal hangover. They offer daily specials, comfort foods and desserts.
Crave Restaurant features an awesome urban environment patio on Main Street with a large breakfast menu made from all “fresh, local and often organic ingredients.” The best part is all breakfast options are under $15.
This place has been featured on the Food Network’s You Gotta Eat Here! and is famous for its specialty fresh waffle sandos (“sandwiches”) which are perfect for brunch and all under $10. There’s an outdoor patio with canopy as well as both daily and weekly specials.
The Oakwood has a nice heated patio with a special brunch menu that includes everything from eggs to steak with prices ranging from $5 - $16. All eggs are organic and chicken is free-range. Try the Hangover Management drink to help your morning recovery!
The large, spacious outdoor patio in front of the building offers a nice view of False Creek, with a brunch-specific menu served on Saturdays and Sundays from 9am-3pm. Their focus is on seafood, with items like seafood-specific crepes and pastas, which may or may not agree with your hangover’s taste.
This Kitsilano café features a casual patio with a canopy out front. The brunch menu includes everything from crepes to eggs benny, omelettes and pancakes.
Scoozi’s is a Mediterranean tapas bar that’s quaint and rustic inside with an inviting patio outside. They offer a large breakfast menu including fresh-squeezed juices and deep dishes (quiche and omelette hybrid).
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