Vancouver Lunch Spots
Yes we eat out a fair bit. And while it looks like on social media that we may always be together, we actually find a separate place to work/ eat most days. Sometimes (and almost always on Fridays) this also involved lunch.  Now that we are back in the big city the options are endless. So this series is a round up of our favourite, unique and very diverse lunch spots in Vancouver.

Read Part One – Tractor & The Famous Warehouse

My pick of the week – Tara

Small Victory  – 1088 Homer Street

Small Victory Bread & Coffee is actually a bakery that is open from 8am to 6pm daily. It’s focus is fresh baked bread and terrific coffee. The small menu includes breakfast all day options and a few lunch only selections. Being a non-coffee drinker I did notice before I went in that they had a good selection of brewed teas, iced teas and tea lattes that rotates on a fresh sheet. That sold me before I caught a whiff of the fresh bread. I ordered the Breakfast Croissant which is served on a fresh toasted croissant and is an omelette, red pepper and tomato sauce, Swiss cheese and assorted greens. It was terrific and so was the Lemon Iced Tea. I will be back!

My pick of the week – Jeff

Speakeasy – 921 Granville Street 

I usually try and find places that I know Tara would never set foot in (or would only if I begged) for Friday lunches. In particular because I’m usually looking for a deal and/ or breakfast around noon. Not sure why but I love eggs, bacon (umm bacon) and hash browns at lunch. They are usually accompanied with a beer which by the way is great with eggs if you haven’t tried it! The Speakeasy has a good menu and serves breakfast daily until 2pm. Perfect! I had the 2-2-2 which was two eggs (as you like), two bacon (there are other choices, but really?), hash browns (real potatoes) and toast. For $7.95 I was sold. You can view the breakfast menu here. With two bars to sit at and good (free) WIFI my breakfast (lunch) was great. I’ll be back.

We, Jeff and Tara Ciecko of CK Golf write two blogs, one is our 19th Hole Blog where we share personal experiences and the other an Industry Blog where we comment on general business and internet marketing best practices, sales strategies and give golf industry related opinions. We have owned CK Golf  for 9 years and provide marketing, social media and business services to the golf and other industries. As of August 2016 our life and our business will be ‘location independent’. Our 19th Hole Blog is about the places we visit and the things we do. If you have any questions or comments, or happen to be in the same location as us please reach out and contact us anytime.