4 Mother’s Day brunch spots in Vancouver

5 Mother's Day brunch spots in Vancouver
Lesley Mirza
Written by Lesley Mirza

Mother’s Day is fast approaching, peeps. Yes, it’s on Sunday, May 8 this year — in case you’d forgotten. A great way to celebrate your mother’s all-round awesomeness on this special day, is by taking her out for brunch. And not just any old brunch, spoil that special lady in your life with brunch menus befitting a queen!

Here’s where we recommend you take mom for brunch this Mother’s Day in Vancouver…


Celebrate and spoil mom at AnnaLena, where delicious ‘Canadian comfort’ food is being served. Favourite à la carte brunch menu items include the beef brisket, pork and fish ‘bennies,’ decadent asiago fries and rich lemon and banana loaves. And on this special day, all moms in attendance will be treated to a complimentary mimosa.

Cost: À la carte; menu items range from $2.50 to $10.

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La Pentola della Quercia

Under the stylish roof of Yaletown’s OPUS Hotel, the popular La Pentola della Quercia is a great spot to treat mom to a memorable brunch this Sunday (then perhaps a stroll along the seawall).

Enjoy one of the many signature brunch items, including the yummy cassoulet benedict with duck confit, white beans, sausage, roasted peppers and sinful Kaiserschmarrn (northern Italian pancake), with raisins, pine nuts, cream and house made jam.

Cost: À la carte; menu items range from $2 to $19.

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Oru Cruisine

Grab the whole family and to toast to the women in your lives over delicious dishes such as banana walnut and salted caramel waffles, build-your-own omelettes, and high tea classics. As if she isn’t sweet enough, finish the morning off with their first ever pop-up cake shop!

Cost: $89 per person.

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On South Granville, West’s delightful à la carte brunch menu is sure to please any mom.  Choose from delectable dishes such as spinach and mushroom Benedict, West vanilla waffles with Lytton BC plum compote, and smoked beef brisket hash. Yum!

Cost: À la carte; menu items range from $6 to $17.

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About the author

Lesley Mirza

Lesley Mirza

Lesley Mirza is the editor-in-chief for and travels the world tasting, sipping, and spa-ing.

In addition to heading up, Lesley has penned pieces for several publications, including Vancouver Magazine, Western Living,, (Tourism Vancouver's blog), and

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