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Fydeaux Jun 7, 2007 05:28 PM

Can anybody suggest a place for a really good breakfast somewhere near the Times Square Suites on Robson? I'm willing to walk up to 2 or three miles. Is there a good poutine to be found nearby? I've always wanted to try this (I know that it's more of an eastern Canada thing, but I rarely get anywhere in Canada).

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    irishgirl Jun 7, 2007 09:01 PM

    Fritz, which is on Davie St does great poutine! They have fantastic dips for fries as well

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      Fydeaux Jun 13, 2007 08:30 PM

      I have read that they are open quite late; do you happen to know how early they open? I havent been able to find that information anywhere.

    2. starlady Jun 7, 2007 09:44 PM

      Brunch or Brekky?

      Central on Denman has brekky until 4 everyday. Good solid food. Always good if not great.
      Wild Garlic for brunch on weekends.

      A little farther afield but worth it for brunch- Nu (order the Oyster appy - you HAVE to!) or Fiddlehead Joe's. I would say a 5-6 dollar taxi and a V nice walk along English Bay back to your place. and the walk along Denman is SUCH a trip! Awesome people watching.

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        Fydeaux Jun 8, 2007 06:03 AM

        Breakfast. I am arriving on a Wednesday afternoon, and leaving the next day. I will have time for breakfast (and MAYBE an early lunch) before having to leave for the airport. I like a good walk, but dont want to take cabs more than necessary.

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        TheeAce Jun 11, 2007 03:09 AM

        Provence for brunch! In Yaletown, walk to it via the seawall. Even just coffee and pastry at Urban Fare is nice.

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