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breakfast near the pan pacific

Chargenda Mar 25, 2009 08:54 AM

I am looking for quick, easy and delicious spots near the pan pacific to grab breakfasts, early lunches? I will be staying there in April and might need to grab a bite before I head out for the day a couple of times. Ideas? thoughts?

  1. fmed Mar 25, 2009 09:32 AM

    My recs would be Cafe Artigiano for some of the best espresso in the city. They also serve breakfast-y items and sandwiches, etc.

    White Spot (I'll get flack for this) for eggsy breakfast. It's an "institution" here in BC.

    Finch's (Sandwiches).

    Mink - a espresso/chocolate bar for a quick mocha if you are into that sort of thing.

    There are quite a number of decent spots in that area towards Gastown...but maybe for a later lunch (eg The Greedy Pig, etc.)

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      hrhsheba Mar 25, 2009 11:04 AM

      Vancouver generally is not good for weekday breakfasts, however, about two blocks from the Pan Pacific on Howe Street (x Pender St). is Scoozies. It's a Greek guy that owns it so everything is skewed a bit that way. Breakfasts are good (the granola/yogurt is fab)and so are the individual pizzas for lunch - all nade fresh on the premises and cheap too!

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      1. re: hrhsheba
        Chargenda Mar 25, 2009 11:38 AM

        Ooh. Scoozis looks just perfect! Checked out Yelp comments too and super close. A must!

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          hrhsheba Mar 26, 2009 08:22 AM

          I thought of somewhere else - about a 1/2 a block further along Howe Street is Scioue (pronounced Shoo-ay) - it's an Italian coffee bar - excellent pane romana - including a really good breakfast sandwhich, italian pastries, and really good coffee to boot.

          1. re: hrhsheba
            Chargenda Mar 26, 2009 11:13 AM

            Also added to the list. You are the best!

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