Robson and West End Brunch Crawl on February 4


Dine Out Van Fest does brunch! Presented by Vancouver Foodster, this expanded event from 2016 is sure to please anyone who loves brunch.

Visit multiple restaurants throughout the Yaletown 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

Participating venues include some of the West End’s finest dining establishments including:











1505 Robson Street


Twitter: @PappaRotiCanada

Cuisine: Café


PappaRoti – the buttery, coffee-caramel coated “father of all buns” that first took Malaysia by storm in 2003 and has since opened over 400 café locations worldwide – has now arrived in Canada. The first Canadian PappaRoti Café is in the middle of Vancouver’s most popular shopping district on Robson St. We believe that Vancouver is the perfect city to launch this unique brand concept and franchise – it has a terrific coffee culture, and the PappaRoti bun, with its crispy coffee caramel coating, is an ideal accompaniment.

Though the proprietary recipe comes from Asia, we at PappaRoti have been very adamant about adding a North American twist to the concept to please consumer demand by trying to source many of our other ingredients and product offerings from local suppliers and markets. We pride ourselves on the fact that our perfectly proportioned, healthy buns attract people of all nationalities and age groups. Light enough to pass off as a snack rather than a meal, these delicious coffee-caramel buns are soft and fluffy, with a crispy top layering, served alone or in combination with various hot and cold beverages.








De Dutch Pannekoek House

1725 Robson Street


Twitter: @dedutch

Cuisine: Dutch

Since 1975 De Dutch has been part of the Vancouver landscape. Our Robson location is a corporate operated restaurant that specializes in breakfast and lunch. Most famous for the pannekoeken, an authentic Dutch style pancake which is much larger and thinner than the North American version, but slightly thicker than a crepe. The pannekoeken can be served in 50 different sweet or savoury options.

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Styo Dessert

907 Denman Street


Twitter: @StyoDessert

Cuisine: Frozen Yogurt

Since 2014, Styo has been whipping up frozen yogurt and ice-cream daily with our original recipe.


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774 Denman Street


Twitter: @ritualYVR

Cuisine: Comfort food and juicery


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1795 Robson Street


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Instagram: @puntopastavancouver 

Cuisine: Italian pasta

House-made pasta and sauces, along with other specialties and desserts.



Purchase tickets here



General Admission: $45*
3-Crawl Ticket Pack: Choose any 3 crawls for $120

  • GST is included.
  • Ticketing fees not included

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

  • 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, walking, or carpooling.

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 2017 join us for our other 5 neighborhood brunch crawls including Gastown, Kitsilano, East Village, Yaletown and Commercial Drive, presented by Tourism Vancouver.

Event produced by CMI Chat Media Inc.


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