Jethro's Fine Grub

The Best Hangover Brunches in Vancouver

Steve Saretsky -

Are you looking for the best hangover brunches in Vancouver? We’ve got two of them for you. But first, it helps to know a few foods and beverages that are best to cure a hangover. Despite the hype, going for a “hair of the dog that bit you” is the last thing you want to do. Your cure will not be found it adding more alcohol to your system. Instead, the best hangover brunches are those that supply your body with cravings that offset the effects your Vancouver night of celebration is having on you, such as perhaps a pounding headache.

Great Hangover Foods

The following are some dishes that can be enjoyed at either of the best hangover brunches in Vancouver that are shown below:

  • Add banana to your meal because expert nutritionists say replacing the lost potassium associated with drinking can reduce your hangover symptoms by as much as half.
  • Alcohol’s leftover toxins that are prompting you to seek out Vancouver’s best hangover brunches can be broken down by the amino acid cysteine. Two eggs can give you an entire day’s allowance of cysteine and help pull you out of your hangover haze. Chicken, turkey, beef, and soy are also rich in cysteine.
  • Salmon helps to cure the effects of B-complex vitamin depletion caused by alcohol. All you may need is 3 ounces of salmon to cure weakness and light-headedness.
hungover person
The Hangover is real

Great Hangover Brunches 

Now that you know what to eat, here are two of the best hangover brunches in Vancouver: Jethro’s Fine Grub and The Templeton.

Jethro’s Fine Grub is at 3420 Dunbar Street in Vancouver, and the diner is most well-known for serving generous portions of breakfast comfort food. The menu includes all above-mentioned dishes that provide hangover relief and much more to get your day turned around. Jethro’s was featured on “Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives,” with Guy Fieri. Even if there is a line of people waiting to enjoy such savory dishes as crab cake benedict, take heart. Lines move fairly quickly, and it’s worth the wait. The pancakes are a must try! Check out the full menu.

Jethro's fine grub
Jethro’s pancakes are to die for!

The Templeton is another Vancouver spot for hangover brunches and is located at 1087 Granville Street. Featured in Greasy Spoons and recognized for serving delicious dishes in a retro, diner-styled atmosphere, the diner is complete with mini jukeboxes. Along Granville, The Templeton is a hot spot with the proven motto, “Quality Food, Snappy Service.” Don’t worry about sleeping late. Breakfast is served daily until 3 p.m. Check out the full menu

The Templeton
The Templeton on Granville

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