Top 5 Spring Brunch Spots in Vancouver WA
With Spring in the air in Vancouver and the downtown scene spreading like wildfire- finding a swoon-worthy brunch in the ‘Couve has never been easier!
We rounded up the Top 5 Brunch Spots in Vancouver that you NEED to try this Spring:
1. Hudson’s Bar + Grill
7805 NE Greenwood Dr, Vancouver, WA 98662
Voted the best brunch in Vancouver in 2015, it’s only right that we start off with Hudson’s Bar + Grill. (located in the locally famous Heathman Lodge). Upon walking in you are greeted with a warm cabin atmosphere and the scent of their locally sourced rustic menu. Crowd brunch favorites include the Crispy Bread Pudding French, Crab Risotto, and the classic eggs Benedict!
2. Warehouse 23
100 Columbia St #102, Vancouver, WA 98660
Do you like your Brunch with a view? Look no further than Warehouse 23! Tucked inside the old Red Lion hotel on the edge of the Columbia River, this the perfect spot to celebrate birthdays or any special occasion. Their Knife and Fork Clam Chowder is a must try, along with their WareHouse Smoked Tri-Tip Hash (Don’t forget the side of Hollandaise)!
3. Little Conejo
114 W 6th St, Vancouver, WA 98660
It doesn’t get much better than authentic Mexican tacos… unless you serve them at brunch.
Little Conejo is a gem in Downtown Vancouver that has won over the hearts of locals over the past year! Their special brunch menu is only available on Sundays from 10-4, making it a popular place to stop in after visiting the Vancouver’s Farmers Market. Brunch-goers are Huge fans of their Chilaquiles and made to order Churros!
700 Washington St #103, Vancouver, WA 98660
If you want a classic brunch with some modern flair, then LUXE is the spot for you! Since opening in 2014, LUXE has been a Couve brunch favorite! Choose From hefty options like pulled pork French fries, and a chicken + waffle sandwich, or opt for something on the lighter side like their COBB Salad, or Pesto Primo flatbread!
5. Syrup trap Waffles
1104 Main St suite 111, Vancouver, WA 98660
The newest addition to Vancouver’s Brunch scene is Syrup Trap Waffles, located in the heart of downtown on Main St.
Syrup Trap specializes in Liege Waffles (yeast-based dough- rather than baking soda). Their menu may be small, but the flavors sure are big. You can satisfy your sweet tooth with a Mojo Jojo (peanut butter, banana, chocolate), or go bold and order the Couve Club! (Honey maple turkey, Havarti, bacon, and raspberry preserves).