Easter is coming this Sunday, April 4, and Easter Brunch can be a wonderful way to celebrate the holiday. Like Mother's Day, Vancouver loves to brunch on Easter, and plenty of our city's top restaurants are offering special--and super lavish--Easter buffets and meals.
So which are the best Vancouver restaurants for Easter Brunch?
- Cafe Pacifica at the Pan Pacific Hotel
Although it's one of the more expensive Easter brunches, the banquet buffet at Cafe Pacifica is a Vancouver favourite for a reason: It's huge, delicious, includes a kids' table, and gets a visit from the Easter Bunny.
Cost: $65 per person, $55 seniors & teens, $32.50 children age 6-12, free for kids 5 and under
- Fleuri Restaurant at Sutton Place Hotel
Fleuri's Easter meal is a must for dessert lovers: Along with an array of international brunch items, they include their famous Chocolate Buffet.
Cost: $52 per person, $26 for children 12 and under
- Cru Restaurant
This French restaurant in South Granville serves a three-course Easter meal perfect for gourmands and people who prefer a more intimate brunch environment.
Cost: $42 per person
- Raincity Grill
One of Vancouver's premiere restaurants, Raincity offers Easter brunch Friday, April 2 - Monday, April 5, with a reasonably-priced two-course menu, $5 mimosas, and free Easter eggs.
Cost: $19 for fixed two-course meal
For more things to do for Easter in Vancouver, see Vancouver Easter Egg Hunts.
Image Courtesy Fleuri Restaurant, Sutton Place Hotel, Vancouver