Where to Dine for Easter 2018 in Vancouver

Sourced from H2 Rotisserie & Bar website

With Easter weekend nearly upon us, friends and families are gearing up for special occasion dining in establishments all over Vancouver.

Restaurants have come up with sumptuous buffet brunches and unique menus for enjoying this Easter long weekend. Below are some options well worth considering:

1. Glowbal (590 West Georgia)

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Glowbal  is offering their very popular buffet brunch this Easter Sunday (April 1, 2018, first seating at 10am). With over 100 items, there’s bound to be something for every palate. Besides classic brunch items, like eggs benny and sausages, there’ll also be breakfast pastries, a chilled seafood bar, a meat carving station (striploin, cedar salmon, and roasted ham), a Caesar cart, and desserts galore. The buffet is $59 for adults and $24 for kids. Call 604-602-0835 to reserve with a credit card number.

2. Notch8 (Fairmont Hotel Vancouver, 900 West Georgia Street)

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Easter Sunday (11am to 3pm) promises to be delicious at Notch8 where chefs have dreamed up an elaborate brunch. The menu includes sparkling passion fruit bellinis, chicken apple sausages, blueberry lemon pancakes, burrata caprese salad, eggs on toast, roast leg of lamb with mint gremolata, and a chocolate fountain with Easter treats. The buffet is $79 per adult or $39.50 for children 12 and under. The Fairmont Hotel Vancouver (The Roof, 15th floor) is also offering Easter Afternoon Tea March 31 and April 1, 2018 ($69 per adult, $34.50 for children 12 and under, 11am to 4pm). Menu highlights include maple glazed hot cross bun scones, smoked salmon and caviar cones, and dark chocolate macaroons. Call 604-662-1900 for reservations.

3. Boulevard Kitchen & Oyster Bar (Sutton Place Hotel, 845 Burrard Street)

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Both Easter brunch and dinner (April 1, 2018) are available at Boulevard Kitchen & Oyster Bar. The brunch buffet ($78 per person or $30 for kids, 10:30am to 3pm) promises to be an impressive spread with items that include West Coast oysters, heirloom beet salad, porchetta at the carving station, eggs benny, and desserts by Kenta Takahashi. Dinner is a three course menu ($68 per person, 5pm to 10pm) that starts with a spring garlic veloute with side stripe shrimp, which is then followed by roasted leg of lamb, and finished with passion fruit mousse (the a la carte menu is also available). Call 604-642-2900 or visit on-line to make reservations.

4. H2 Rotisserie & Bar (The Westin Bayshore, 1601 Bayshore Drive)

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H2 Rotisserie & Bar has a regular weekend brunch buffet that is incredibly delish. Easter Sunday’s buffet brunch ($70 for adults and $25 for children under 11, 11:45am to 3:00pm) will be kicked up a notch with chilled seafood, eggs benny, braided Easter bread, pancakes, rotisserie chicken at the carvery, build-your-own omelettes, as well as Easter themed cupcakes. Expect an appearance by the Easter bunny, an egg hunt, and live entertainment. Reserve on-line or by calling 604-691-6966.

5. Oceans 999 & Coal Harbour Bar (Pan Pacific Hotel Vancouver, 999 Canada Place)

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Oceans 999 & Coal Harbour Bar pulls out all stops for their Easter brunch on April 1, 2018 ($89 per adult, $85 for seniors, $44.50 children 6-12, free for kids 5 & under, 10:30am to 2:30pm). There are a host of salads to choose from (eg asparagus with chopped egg, double smoked bacon, and citrus segment vinaigrette), charcuterie, baked goods, cold seafood (eg Alaskan snow crab legs), sushi, Asian goodies (eg pork and shrimp dumplings), carved NY striploin, omelettes, hot entrees (eg Five spice Fraser Valley duck, glazed baby beets, honey, and sherry gastrique), treats for the kiddies (mac ‘n’ cheese), and desserts like lemon meringue tarts. Call 604-895-2480 for reservations.

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