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Jethro’s Fine Grub says ‘Eat Responsibly’

Posted in Breakfast by Missy Shana on January 23, 2011

This is the delectable Papas Benny from my new brunch discovery – Jethro’s Fine Grub on Dunbar Street. You might not be able to tell but the poached eggs on this benny are on top of potato skins. The crispy, salty, baked potato skins add a nice texture to this gooey dish, and since some benny’s don’t come with hash browns it’s like killing two birds with one stone! There is a lot of natural light in these photos because we were sitting in the best spot in the house which is right next to their giant street facing window.

If you get to visit Jethro’s then you’ll most likely be faced with a bit of a dilemma on what to order. They have the largest brunch menu I’ve seen around. And their portions are very generous! I’ll definitely be going back to try a few different dishes like The Rooster: a shot of espresso (espresso in pancakes!?) and dark chocolate chips folded into their buttermilk recipe and topped with whipped cream. OR, the Nutella French Toast which they make with 3 pieces of Challah bread layered and topped with whipped cream like a snowy Vancouver mountain. If you’re really brave you’re going to love the Cowboys Breakfast: Three eggs any style, with smoked bacon, sausage, grilled chorizo and chili smothered hash browns, served with authentic corn cakes. Jethro’s even does biscuits and gravy for you old-school country breakfast lovers. What more could you ask for?! Friendly staff, you say? Well, they’ve got that too.

Jethro’s Fine Grub
3420 Dunbar Street

p.s. Thanks Ashley for the tip! 🙂
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  1. Mina said, on March 3, 2011 at 4:36 am

    missy have u been to the bottle tipper for brunch on sunday? not that i want to shamelessy promote it but i am currently doing its marketing project for school and i would love to hear your opinion on it and what you think needs improvement. give me a shout if u need the full adress!
    btw i was sad to hear u coulnd come to japan. i really wanted to have someone on the trip who has a lot of things in common with me. thats really too bad!

  2. Love Breakfast said, on August 30, 2011 at 5:45 pm

    Hi Mina, thanks for your comment! Sorry it’s taken me so long to reply. I have never been to the Bottle Tipper. Sounds like an interesting place, almost like an East Vancouver institution. I will have give it a try one of these days. I hope your project was fun!

    Saw your Japan pics by the way, so envious! Did you have a good time?

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