Bows x Arrows

Craving some unpretentious brunch, Grace suggested Bows x Arrows which is nestled in a not-too-familiar neighbourhood on Fraser. We loved walking through the open concept space with its plentiful windows and various plants chillin’ above the long, communal table where people were already seated. The interior was serving us Scandinavian vibes with all the minimalism … Continue reading Bows x Arrows

Tuc Craft Kitchen

We hadn’t had brunch in a while, and Sunday brunch was calling our names. Well, morning mimosas and caesars, to be specific. And Tuc just happened to have both. How… fortuitous.

Tasty n Sons – Portland

One of our favourite meals is brunch. Well technically every meal is our favourite meal but YA KNOW WHAT WE MEAN. Being a “new American diner” that specializes in brunch, Tasty n Sons got us pretty excited… if you know what we mean.

The Griddle Cafe – Los Angeles

On a bright and sunny day in LA… where better to eat breakfast than at a diner with outdoor seating? That would be the Griddle Cafe, which is a “landmark Hollywood restaurant” on Sunset Boulevard. Judging by how busy it was, yeah. We’d say it’s pretty landmark. But first, coffee.

Sqirl – Los Angeles

For our first breakfast in LA, we knew it had to be special. So we went to Silver Lake—a pretty cool ‘hood—highly recommend it if you’re into hipster things and good food. The result… well, we got our minds blown, so if you’re ever in Los Angeles, you definitely have to eat at Sqirl.

Yolk’s Restaurant & Commissary

When Hans and Irene dropped in (from Oslo and Toronto) for the holidays, we knew we needed to give them some good Vancouver brunch lovin. Since we’d all never been to Yolk’s (yeah yeah, fail, we know), we were like OH WHY NOT. Besides, the constant lineups every weekend had us pretty intrigued.

Le Petit Déjeuner

Mell and Grace come off a red-eye flight and sleep in the airport before being picked up by the two sweetest most awesome people in the world for breakfast.