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New all-day breakfast spot with budget meal deals replaces a Vancouver De Dutch

So long Dutch pannekoeks, hello breakfast and lunch

There's no longer a De Dutch breakfast restaurant near Vancouver's Olympic Village, but the business that's taken its place is still serving up the daytime eats.

Sunny Side Up slid into the space at 410 W 2nd Ave in January and is drawing breakfast - and deal - lovers with its menu of American-style breakfast plates.

The new spot has several egg-centric items on offer, like classic breakfast platters with eggs and your choice of meat with potatoes and toast, alongside a few Eggs Benny dishes, chicken and waffles, and avocado toast. 

While the pricing runs about $12 to $19 per dish, Sunny Side Up is catching some fans with its $7.77 meal deal, which includes two eggs, ham, pan-fried potatoes, and toast, available from 7 to 11 a.m. 

Come lunchtime, Sunny Side Up rolls out daily specials from its menu of midday eats priced at $10.99 each, including a smashburger, pasta dishes, or fried rice.

The closure of the West 2nd Avenue De Dutch follows closely on the heels of the closure of a North Vancouver location of the Dutch pancake and breakfast chain. There are nine remaining Metro Vancouver De Dutch locations, including two located in Vancouver proper (Convention Centre and Oak Street). The chain began in 1975 in Vancouver with a location on Knight Street at 25th.

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