Vancouver Eats (Part 1)

I visited Vancouver for the first time a few months ago in August and fell in love – that head-over-heels-I can’t-live-without-you kind of love. I am hoping to post a lot more about it soon! The people were so kind, the weather was stunning (I know I know, it was only like that because I went during prime time), and most importantly the food was BOMB and maple errthangg. If I only had three words to describe food in Vancouver I would say diversity, quality, creativity.

Here are some highlights of my trip

Breakfast/Brunch

Jam Cafe – there was a 30-minute long line even though we arrived before 8am. Worth the wait. Absolutely amazing.IMG_2318

Catch 122 Cafe BistroIMG_2379

Tim Horton’s – how could I not include Timmy’s on the list? Not pictured: Ice Capp, also delicious.IMG_1902IMG_1962

Bellagio CafeIMG_1869

Dessert – Ice Cream

Earnest Ice Cream – Earnest Ice Cream and Rain or Shine (below) are truly the 2 best ice creams I have ever had in my lifeIMG_1850

Rain or Shine – I’ve written a post about it hereIMG_2169

Baggio Gelateria & PizzeriaIMG_2165

Dessert – Cake, Doughnuts

Honey Doughnuts and Goodies (North Vancouver)IMG_2287

True Confections – we got The Diplomat and the Carrot Cake. oh my god I don’t even have words to describe how amazing this wasIMG_2199

Special Shout-Outs!

Chef Dima – The other half of my wonderful hosts! After 24 years, he converted me into a baked beans believerIMG_2207

Wild Blackberries – This was in Lynn Canyon but we spotted people eating these in Stanley Park as well!IMG_2284

The food in Vancouver was absolutely amazing, 3 months later and I am still daydreaming about so many of these places. Will have Part 2 (savory) up soon, stay tuned~~

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