5 stacked breakfast burgers to try in Vancouver

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Who says burgers can’t be for breakfast? These stacked creations being served up around the city prove otherwise. Here are five must-try breakfast burgers in Vancouver.

Bells and Whistles: All Day Breakfast Burger

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All hail the All Day Breakfast Burger at Bells and Whistles. Fraser Street’s nouveau sports-themed hangout has this wickedly intense burg, made with a Maple Sausage Pork Patty, gooey American cheese, hashbrowns, an egg, and their “Secret Sauce.” It comes with a side of fries, but we totally understand if you swap those out for onion rings or garlic fries. And add a beer. You can get this burger anytime there, too.

Address: 3296 Fraser Street

Dixie’s BBQ: Breakfast Club Burger

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Hold onto your hats and glasses, because this is the wildest breakfast burger in the wilderness. Dixie’s BBQ’s brunch features this massive tower of breakfasty awesomeness. The Breakfast Club Burger stars a 4-ounce ground chuck and brisket patty, a fried egg, bacon, and American cheese all layered on waffles-as-buns, plus tater tots on the side. Dixie’s BBQ serves brunch from 10 am until 3pm every weekend.

Address:  337 East Hastings Street

Red Truck Beer Stop: Breakfast Burger

Beer fans, you can get this epic concoction any day, any time–it’s on Red Truck’s all-day menu. They are kicking things up a serious notch here with their Breakfast Burger. It’s a beef patty with the addition of a Nathan’s hot Dog, a fried eggs, and for some peak Canadiana by way of Britain, HP Sauce.
Address: 295 East 1st Avenue

L’Abattoir: Breakfast Burger

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This destination dining darling does their magic on the weekends for the brunch set. L’Abattoir’s crowd-pleasing brunch burger is made with a quarter-pound beef patty, topped with a hashbrown patty and a fried egg–because you gotta put an egg on it. Team this decadent dish with their “Bubbles at Brunch” option–yep, champagne and a burger sounds just about perfect. L’Abattoir serves brunch weekends from 10 am to 2 pm.
Address: 217 Carrall Street

Nomad: Quarter Pound Breakfast Burger

Nomad is definitely one of Vancouver’s under-the-radar restaurants. This Main Street spot has a weekend brunch menu of modern classics, including their take on the breakfast burger. Called the Quarter Pound Breakfast Burger, this is no Mickey Dees offering: Made with truffled scrambled eggs, this big burger is slathered in a bourbon onion aioli, and topped with Tuscan kale, and comes on a buttery brioche bun. Brunch at Nomad is served weekends from 10 am to 2 pm.
Address: 3950 Main Street
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Lindsay is the Managing Editor of Vancouver Is Awesome. A fifth generation Vancouverite, she was previously the Food Editor of Daily Hive, Senior Editor of Vancity Buzz, and Editor-in-Chief of LAist.com. Lindsay grew up in Vancouver and Toronto, then spent over 20 years in Los Angeles, where ahe earned her Masters in English, attended culinary school, and was an English professor. Lindsay's first published piece was December 1980 in The Province; it was her letter to Santa. E-mail: lindsay@vancouverisawesome.com