Your Spectacular Squamish Brunch Guide
Your Spectacular Squamish Brunch Guide
Brunch is a celebration of sleeping in and fuel for an afternoon of adventure. In a destination as beautiful as Squamish, it's easy to scramble your brunch plans and transform your morning meal into a soulful experience and reconnect with loved ones over a hearty stack of pancakes.
Where to Eat
Indulge at one of our local eateries and don't be afraid to order a morning beverage to accompany your meal; the 5 pm rule doesn't apply in mountain towns!
*Please note that restaurants may have changed operating hours or certain menu items due to the COVID-19 pandemic. We recommend contacting them in advance to confirm their hours and menu.
Any day of the week
- Crabapple Cafe
Tempt your tastebuds with an array of farm to table choices including wraps, omelettes, eggs benedict and breakfast skillets. The restaurant features a covered patio for outdoor dining and a cozy indoor space set amongst the beauty of Brackendale.
- Fergie's Cafe
Enjoy fabulous views while feasting on fresh, locally-sourced and lovingly prepared breakfast favourites. Known across Squamish for their delicious eggs bennies, this is a must-stop eatery on any trip in the Sea to Sky Corridor.
- Squamish Valley Golf Course
Classic brunch fair with lush fairway views and service with a smile every time. Mexican breakfast is on the menu, as are all your favourite North American go to's. Try your luck on the putting green after your brunch or continue with your day. Re-opening February 2021.
Mouthwatering pancakes at Crabapple Cafe | Photo: Crabapple Cafe
A fully loaded breakfast bowl with a morning mimosa | Photo: Squamish Valley Golf Course
- Geo Cider Co.
This twisted take on breakfast will leave your mouth watering for more. Spice up your day with a bacon cheeseburger eggs benedict or macaroni and cheese Belgian waffles. Whichever you pick be sure to pair it with a delicious glass of crisp Squamish-made apple cider.
- Norman Rudy's
Parmesan potatoes, cider-braised bacon and plenty of savoury spices come together to make Norman Rudy's brunch a fusion of flavour. Pick from the list of classic and signature delights and sink into your chair, you will want to stay awhile.
- Northyards Cider Co.
Stop by this farm to table cidery for a craft cider cocktail and weekend featured brunch item, available from 12 pm to 3 pm Saturdays and Sundays. Or skip breakfast and dive into their dessert menu because creme brulee tastes good at all hours of the day!
- Pepe's Chophouse + Seafood
A crowdpleaser with something to offer everyone in your party. Choose from the combined brunch and lunch menu featuring popular plates such as steak and eggs, a veggie burrito or a daily soup sandwich combo.
Macaroni and cheese Belgian waffles with seared chorizo | Photo: Geo Cider Co.
Fluffy Belgian waffles at Match Eatery + Public House priced at just $10! | Photo: Match Eatery + Public House
Morning coffee and braised bacon hash at Norman Rudy's | Photo: Norman Rudy's
A crowd-pleasing breakfast on the brunch + lunch menu at Pepe's Chophouse + Seafood | Photo: Pepe's Chophouse + Seafood
- The Backyard
Pub style brunch is served up every Sunday at The Backyard where breakfast tacos and a rotating variety of eggs bennies are on the menu. Protip: the pulled pork bennies are a local favourite!
- The Locavore
Squamish's Sunday brunch hotspot includes plenty of outdoor seating, a cheery, bright indoor space and favourite menu items including three varieties of eggs benedict, a weekly feature frittata and more. Did we mention they serve mimosa flights?
Photo: Breakfast tacos at The Backyard | Photo: The Backyard
Eggs Benedict three different ways at The Locavore | Photo: The Locavore
Apres Brunch Afternoon Activities
Ease through your afternoon on a sightseeing trip along the Sea to Sky Highway. Start at Porteau Cove Provincial Park where you can stroll along the sandy beach beside Howe Sound. Keep your eyes peeled for wildlife, a pod of orca whales was last sighted here on March 17, 2019.
Your next stop is the Britannia Mine Museum for a history lesson and sightseeing experience all in one. On your museum tour, ride the train underground and visit the iconic cliff-hugging mill for which Britannia is known. Other points of interest include Shannon Falls, the Stawamus Chief, Porteau Cove and more.
Catching sunset at Porteau Cove | Photo: Sea to Sky Parks
In addition to fantastic brunch, Squamish has a reputation for brewing up award-winning craft beverages. Start your tour of our Craft Beverage Tasting Trail downtown at Howe Sound Brewing before making your way to Cliffside Cider where you can toast to your day with a glass of fresh apple cider on their sunny patio. Be sure to pick up a Craft Tasting Trail Passport during your visit and get your passport stamped at each venue you visit.
Next make your way across town to A-Frame Brewing, Northyards Cider or Backcountry Brewing all located within walking distance of each other. Cap off your day at Geo Cider where you can unwind with a meal and a drink before concluding your day. Return your passport to the Squamish Adventure Centre to win a prize!