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3 Brunch Spots in the Grande Prairie Region You Might Not Have Tried Yet

With its extensive list of year-round outdoor activities, Grande Prairie is often labeled as the adventure hub of northwest Alberta. While this is undoubtedly true, there’s another, more contemporary reason tourists love to visit – the awesome brunch spots peppered throughout the region!

Today, we’re introducing you to a few more lesser-known gems that you need to add to your brunch bucket list. Whether you’re just rolling out of bed on a Sunday morning (ahem, afternoon) or needing a lip-smacking brunch after a morning of busy activities, check out these must-visit brunch venues in and around town:

Prairie Café at the Stonebridge

Hearty, wholesome and wonderfully ‘classic’ – the brunch menu at the Prairie Café will take you back to simpler times when the meals were simple, fresh, and full of flavour. Get your home-cooked meal on at Prairie Café (and #BTW – we recommend the skillets!).

 

skillet from Prairie Cafe

 

Lefty’s Café at Bezanson

If you’re on the lookout for generous portions of family breakfast favourites like omelettes and French toast, or simply want to experience the infamous Lefty’s Lumberjack, head towards nearby Bezanson for the ultimate brunch experience! And while you’re there, remember to ask the owners Ray and Raelyn how they met – it’s straight out of a Hollywood romantic movie.

 

breakfast spread of eggs, hashbrowns, bacon, and toast

 

Monica’s Family Restaurant in the Stanford Inn

Swing by Monica’s in the Stanford Inn for a veritable smorgasbord of culinary delights. With a ‘Specials’ menu that changes every day of the week and on holidays, you can always bet on Monica’s for a pleasantly surprising brunch. Plus, they have a separate vegan menu for to cater to all palettes!

 

full breakfast spread with eggs, bacon, potatoes, ham, and sausage

 

We hope you’re inspired to try a few new brunch spots next time you’re out adventuring in our region. What other hidden treasures would you add to this list? Let us know on social media by using the hashtag #GPTourism.