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ISO eggy brunch this Sunday with beer near UBC (Vancouver)

grayelf Feb 6, 2009 11:08 AM

I fear this is a fruitless quest but does anyone have an idea? It's for a large group of men who want to eat eggs around 12:30 pm on a Sunday and wash them down with a beer or three. The only place I could think of is that British one on 10th across from Liberty (and I"m not even sure they have a licence). TIA.

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    sundogcat Feb 8, 2009 01:54 PM

    Definitely go to "Westward Ho" at the University Golf Club. Excellent breakfast/brunch, beer and loads of sports on the tv screens. We've been several times and the brunch items rival any of the more popular spots in Vancouver.
    Check out their menu:
    http://www.universitygolf.com/dine/we...

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    1. re: sundogcat
      grayelf Feb 9, 2009 04:42 PM

      Thanks guys -- the event actually happened yesterday but I'll keep those ideas in mind for the future. They went to the Fox and Hound...

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      twinkienic Feb 8, 2009 01:22 PM

      There's Enigma on 10th (and Sasamat?). They do weekend brunch and they're licensed with several beers on tap: http://www.enigmavancouver.com

      Also, I think there's an Irish pub on campus itself... but not sure what they serve for breakfast on weekends.

      1. waver Feb 6, 2009 11:55 AM

        How about Dentry's? It certainly has beer beer, but does it have eggs? Not sure what time it opens either. Otherwise University golf club.

        Edit: here's Dentry's: http://www.dentrys.com/
        Looks like they are open for brunch on weekends.

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        1. re: waver
          grayelf Feb 6, 2009 01:21 PM

          Nice one, waver! I've only been to Dentry's in the evening, never thought of them doing brunch. This would be a good fit, I think, as I get the impression that the selection/presence of beer is more important than the quality of the food for this crew :-). I should have mentioned that they are not likely to be dressed appropriately for anything more formal than a casual resto or less...

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