Breakfast is one of the most important meals of the day!
And lucky for us, Kelowna has some amazing breakfast locations.
The early morning munchers and late afternoon brunchers have voted on the top three breakfast spots in the city.
From classic eggs benny to unique creations, these restaurants have it all!
Bohemian Café & Catering has been starting the day with the Okanagan for over 25 years. This family-run business believes in good quality and local food to ensure you start your day off on the right foot. Its funky style and laid back energy will have you feeling like you’re always enjoying a casual Sunday brunch.
This convenient downtown hot spot has the cutest patio for you to enjoy your meal on. People watch as the friendly staff serve you some serious comfort food. There’s a reason why they won gold!
If you’re going to The Jammery you better come hungry! This Kelowna staple has gained a lot of attention both locally and otherwise! In fact, the breakfast is so noteworthy that it was featured on the popular show “You Gotta Eat Here.” This all-day breakfast spot is home to all-you-can-eat waffles, scrumptious jams and savoury eggs Benedict.
The Jammery is just four minutes north of the Kelowna Airport and it is worth the drive! Make sure you stop by the gift shop when you’re done eating to pick up some seriously yummy jam.
When you think breakfast, healthy doesn’t always come to mind. But Naked Café has changed that! This vegan-friendly restaurant serves up satisfying breakfast that is 100% meat-free. From avocado toast to veggie scrambled eggs, this healthy twist on the classic Canadian breakfast won't leave you feeling groggy.
This cruelty-free and eco-friendly restaurant will leave you feeling like you made a positive impact on the environment. Talk about a not so guilty, guilty pleasure!
Cherry Pit Restaurant, The Curious Artistry & Alchemy Café, Waterfront Café & Catering, De Dutch, Cora’s, Pepper Pot Grill and My Neighbourhood Restaurant.
To view the final results for all of the categories in the Best of Kelowna 2018, click here.