We figure by now you’ve pretty much got tonight covered (and if you’re still on the hunt, take a look at our little list here). But what about the morning after the big night of New Year’s celebrations?
We’re pretty sure you’ll be craving (and needing) some good grub to sop up all the excess… and we’ve rounded up a list of our top picks serving up just that. Read on and thank us later – oh, and have a fantastic start to 2015 while you’re at it!
Lolita’s (one of our favourite Mexican-style cantinas) is setting the tables earlier than usual for a special Pop-Up Tropical Brunch on New Year’s Day. Don’t miss your chance to feast on a delicious menu featuring plenty of their signature dishes with a twist. The party gets started January 1 at 10am until 4pm, featuring all your favourite breakfast fixings and Happy Hour libations all day. We can already hear their signature Chipotle Hail Mary Caesars and Tropical Mimosas calling our name.
Hawksworth Restaurant is set to fill you up as you ease into 2015 in style tomorrow morning with a special New Year’s Day brunch menu. It’s a culinary feast you’ll want to linger over with friends and family and features pretty much every dish you can crave or imagine. Think items like house-smoked salmon bagels, house-made granola, steak and eggs, brioche French toast, and plenty more – surrounded by the award-winning style of one of the city’s best restaurants.
YEW seafood + bar at the Four Seasons Hotel is another stellar option when on the hunt for a slightly dressed-up brunch to officially kick-start the New Year in style. So come January 1, head to this popular locale for an impeccably-planned feast featuring tasty items we’re already drooling over like Nutella pancakes, the lobster Benny, and the porchetta sandwich.
The Sylvia Hotel is definitely where you want to be tomorrow morning if you’re hoping to catch a glimpse of the crazy folks who feel the urge to strip down and make a mad dash into the ocean as part of the Polar Bear Swim 2015. Not only is The Sylvia Hotel front-and-centre at English Bay (where it all takes place), they’re set to serve up the perfect New Year’s Day brunch you’ll want to savour. Take in the stunning waterfront view and nosh on classic dishes like eggs Benedict, omelettes, French toast, and plenty of West Coast fare.
Will you be heading to any of these Vancouver restaurants for brunch on New Year’s Day 2015? Let Vv Magazine know in the comments below or tweet us @ViewTheVibe.