Olympic Village Brunch Crawl on January 17


Dine Out Van Fest does brunch! Presented by Vancouver Foodster, this expanded event from 2015 is sure to please anyone who loves brunch.

Visit several restaurants throughout the Olympic Village neighbourhood as you taste all sorts of dishes in this Brunch crawl using your “passport” as your guide.

Enjoy the variety of dishes and beverages that may include juices, smoothies and coffees, to eggs benny, pancakes, French toast, omelettes, brunch pizza, hash browns, meats, seafood, baked goods, desserts and so much more.

Time: 10am – 2pm

Participants include some of the Olympic Village area finest restaurants including:


Whole Foods

510 West 8th Avenue, Vancouver

Web: http://www.wholefoodsmarket.com/

Twitter: @WFMVan

Cuisine: Grocery store and eatery

Whole Foods Market Cambie offers one of Vancouver’s largest selections of natural and organic products, specializing in the best of local products and seasonal favourites. Since opening its doors in 2009, our Cambie location has evolved to offer unique spaces for customers to share an experience in addition to shopping. Grab a smoothie at the Cambie Street Juice Co., stay and sip in the Allegro Café with a curated selection of local beers and wines, or pick breakfast, lunch or dinner prepared by our skilled in-house chefs.


bao down gastro pub

Bao Down Gastropub

115 West 2nd Avenue, Vancouver


Twitter: @baodowngastro

Cuisine: Pacific Rim flavours and raw bar


Milano Coffee Roasters

156 West 8th Avenue

Web: http://www.milanocoffee.ca/


Cuisine: cafe and coffee roastery

The Milano taste was developed from a century of artisanship in the Italian coffee tradition. This distinguished taste comes from the skill of the torrefazzioni – a secret method roasting and blending, closely guarded, personally taught, and handed down generation to generation. Our lineage of Musetti, Curatolo, and now Turko brings the family owned and operated Casa Torrefazione (house roaster and blender) into the twenty-first century.


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Solly’s Bagelry

368 West 7th Avenue, Vancouver

Web: http://www.sollysbagelry.com

Twitter: @SollysBagelry

Cuisine: Jewish bakery and cafe

A Jewish Family Bakery and Deli, Solly’s offers a variety of traditional Jewish baked goods and deli items. As a young girl, founder and current owner, Leah Markovitch learned Jewish baking by observing and working with her Baba (Grandma) in her Baba’s kitchen.


Glory Juice Co.

72 East 2nd Avenue, Vancouver

Web: http://gloryjuiceco.com/

Twitter: @GloryJuiceCo

Cuisine: Juicery

Vancouver’s first juice bar specializing in bottles of organic cold-pressed juice and nut milks | smoothies | superfood snacks | gluten free | vegan friendly


Purchase tickets here 


General Admission: $60*
Early Purchase Discount: Save $15 before December 31st, 2015
3-Crawl Ticket Pack: Choose any 3 crawls for $115

* Tax, gratuities and ticketing fees not included

Registration: Whole Foods  -this is where you will show us your tickets and will pick up your Dining Passport Map Cards

  • Vegetarian options will be available at many of the participating restaurants.
  • Bring along a friend or two, your significant other, your family or come solo.
  • A food mingling brunch event connecting Vancouver’s vibrant food community.

Visit each of the participating restaurants at your leisure by bike, moped, car, or walking.

Ticket price includes tasting plates and/or cups at each of the participating restaurants throughout the event (Beverages are included at some restaurants which will be noted, you are welcome to purchase wine, beer, cocktails or mocktails at each of the participating restaurants).

This event takes place during the Dine Out Festival 2016 join us for our other 4 neighborhood brunch crawls including Downtown Vancouver, North Vancouver, Yaletown and Main Street, presented by Tourism Vancouver.

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