10 Hangover Spots In Vancouver That Always Hit The Spot

Food
hangover spots in vancouver

Cure that morning hangover by digging into the best greasy spoon eats the city has to offer.

Nothing beats hangovers better than a good meal and lucky for us, Vancouver is chalked full of amazing eateries.

RELATED: Deep Cove Has A New Boozy Brunch Spot You Have To Try

Hangover Spots In Vancouver

JUKE Fried Chicken

What could be better than chicken and waffles for breakfast? The sweet and savoury dish is the perfect combination to help get rid of that pesky hangover. Plus, they have breakfast sandwiches and Hangover Fries, which are covered in cheese sauce, gravy and a soft boiled egg. Check them out at 182 Keefer Street or 1074 Davie Street.

The Parlour

Sometimes the best cure is to keep on drinking—order up some mimosas at this popular spot in the heart of Yaletown. They also have benedict pizzas—need we say more? Make sure to stop by here after a wild night out at 1011 Hamilton Street.

Red Wagon Cafe

A staple for Vancouverites. This bustling diner is at 2296 East Hastings Street and whips up some mean comfort food. Order up a poutine, eggs benny, pulled pork pancakes or their ever popular, Chilaquiles.

Nelly’s Grill

Step it up a notch at this Kits diner. Their claim to fame? Their chicken and waffles topped off with eggs benny. Mixing both dishes in one epic creation is the best way to get rid of that hangover—so add this to your list. They’re located at 2061 West 4th Avenue.

What’s Up? HotDog!

View this post on Instagram

Damn, dog 🌭. You so fine, I gotta mac on you with a cheesy pun. 🧀 Hit me up with your best pun for this photo by commenting below! ⬇️ —————— From @whatsuphotdogvan: * Matt & She’s – Hot Dog with Mac and Cheese, Bacon, and Green Onions. * Waffle Fries * Hot Dog with regular fixings. We have a wiener here! Their juicy hot dogs are made from @tworiversmeats and their buns are fluffy and fresh. The hot dog came with a generous amount of delicious Mac and Cheese, and bacon too! 😋 The waffle fries were my favourite. The fries were so delicious that I didn’t even use a single squirt of ketchup! What’s Up Hot Dog may look like a meat lovers dream, but they are also vegan friendly. Also, they blast heavy metal, I didn’t mind the nice change of pace though. The hot dogs here do cost more than usual, but this is NOT your typical hot dog!

A post shared by JUDY • Eat & Cook Vancouver 🇨🇦 (@judy.thefoodie) on

A whole eatery dedicated to hot dogs? Sign us up. This joint has all the hot dogs your heart could ever desire with whatever toppings you want (even mac-and-cheese). Grab a bite at 2481 East Hastings Street.

Deacon’s Corner

Another diner you must try, especially if you’re fighting those hangover blues. They have locations at 101 Main Street and 3189 West Broadway. Get some BBQ ribs with eggs, corn bread and hashbrowns to start the day off right. They also have fried chicken grits and a waffle and sausage breakfast sandwich.

Jethro’s Fine Grub

You won’t leave this spot hungry. They whip up giant pancakes, eggs bennies, tacos, burgers and much more. Don’t miss out! Head over to 3455 Fraser Street.

Jam Cafe

Cinnamon cream cheese pancakes anyone? They also have green eggs & ham, a naan breakfast burrito and a pork belly benedict (just to name a few). Check them out at 556 Beatty Street.

Twisted Fork Bistro

Dig into smoked gouda baked eggs, banana stuffed brioche French toast or a Croque Monsieur. Bring your appetite to 1147 Granville Street.

Havana

This bustling eatery on Commercial Drive has lots of tasty eats to sink your teeth into. Try their brunch bowl, Cuban skillet, avocado tostones, steak & eggs or a brunch burger. Find them at 1212 Commercial Drive.

Get our best content sent straight to your inbox. Sign up for our weekly newsletter for more amazing food, drinks and notable dining experiences.

Log in or create an account to save content