Brunch to Brews – A Leisurely Day in Langley - West Coast Food

Local history meets luscious farmland in picturesque Langley! Visitors can easily while away the hours exploring the culinary gems of Langley Township and Fort Langley, taking their palates for some site seeing.

Start with a leisurely brunch and wander, sampling beer flights at the local pubs, or catch up with friends at one of Langley’s many cozy cafes and restaurants- just a few ways to spend a sunny day!

From omelets to ales, you’ll have a day full of adventure and new experiences when you explore with Dine the Line’s Brunch to Brews in Langley itinerary. Hop on the #562 Langley Centre Bus and learn about why so many people love Langley!

By Marisa Chandler


Egg Bomb 

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Egg Bomb is a beloved all-day breakfast and lunch spot serving up fresh twists on traditional brunch classics. Indulge in a plate of fruity croffles (croissant-waffles covered in fresh berries and whip) or get a healthy start to your day with the Avo in Love, two poached eggs on avocado toast in a bed of greens. Seven minutes by foot from Langley Centre Loop.

20300 Fraser Hwy, Langley 

Katy’s Restaurant

Warm service and no-fuss home cooked-style breakfast staples make Katy’s Restaurant a hot spot of the area. If breakfast isn’t your thing (or you stop in later than planned), the burgers and sandwiches are just as popular, and come with fries. You’ll find Katy’s in just under a ten minute walk from Langley Centre Loop.

20535 Douglas Crescent, Langley 

Atlas Steak + Fish

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Five minutes away from Langley Centre Loop on foot, inside Cascades Casino you’ll find one of the coziest date and celebration restaurants in the area. Atlas Steak and Fish is a modern Northwest steakhouse offering up a delicious selection of steak and seafood dishes. We recommend the calamari and mussels for all seafood enthusiasts!

20393 Fraser Hwy, Langley 

The Raving Gamer Bistro

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Fun and games is what its all about at The Raving Gamer Bistro, serving up casual bites, with a side of dice. The Board Game Bistro food menu features elevated classics like Steak Frites and Mac n’ Cheese, along with shareable snacks like hummus and charcuterie boards (while you spend your time focused on another board!) Under a ten minute walk from Langley Centre Loop.

20393 Fraser Hwy, Langley 

Farm Country Brewing

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Walk into the tasting room at Farm Country Brewing for a chance to sample a wide variety of craft beers. The room may be big, but the feeling is friendly and fun. Stop in for live music on the weekends, or try and catch trivia on Tuesday or one of their monthly drag shows! A four-minute walk from Langley Centre Loop.

20555 56 Ave, Langley 

Fort Langley

Trading Post Brewing

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Sip on small-batch beers while enjoying burgers and salads with friends at Trading Post Brewery. Kick back and chill in the rustic tasting room or grab a spot on the four season outdoor patio. If you’re grabbing a dip to share, the jalapeno beer cheese dip is a crowd-pleaser, complimenting the brews on tap. A three minute walk from the #562 Glover Road @ St. Andrews Avenue bus stop.

9143 Glover Rd, Langley 

Fort Pub & Grill

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Pick up a cue for billiards, or grab a beer and a bingo card at the Fort Pub and Grill. The classic, cozy charm of the Fort Pub and Grill is warm and inviting. With two large outdoor patios open year round, and a special family section and a stage for live music, there’s a little something for everyone. Darts anyone? Under a ten minute walk the #562 Glover Road @ St. Andrews Avenue bus stop.

9273 Glover Rd, Fort Langley 

Beatnik’s Bistro

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Fort Langley is famous for its historic charm (starting with the Fort, of course), and Beatnik’s Bistro is another historic building. Once the Moorehouse residence, originally built in 1933, Beatnik’s is one of the oldest buildings in Fort Langley. Just a five minute walk from the #562 Glover Road @ St. Andrews Avenue bus stop, it features one of the top patios in the Fraser Valley, while serving up Canadian cuisine and live music.

9194 Glover Rd

Wendel’s Bookstore & Café

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A bookworm’s breakfast dream, Wendel’s Bookstore and Café on the scenic Fraser River in Fort Langley offers croissants and lattes with literature on the side. The café is open for coffee, lunch and dinner, so you can peruse the shelves and sit down for snacks at any time of day. Seven minutes by foot from the #562 Glover Road @ St. Andrews Avenue bus stop.

9194 Glover Rd

Saba Bistro

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Focusing on fresh and local ingredients, Saba Bistro is a proudly family-run café and bistro dishing up flavourful Mediterranean and Middle Eastern cuisine. Inventive coffee and cocktails and a bright, warm dining room make it a spot for any meal of the day. Find it five minutes away from the #562 Glover Road @ St. Andrews Avenue bus stop on foot.

9220 Glover Rd



There are many ways to get to each of these spots in Metro Vancouver by transit. Visit TransLink’s Trip Planner to find your way.

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