One of the more quaint mountain destinations, without the hustle and bustle of Banff, Jasper is our go-to getaway when we’re really looking for an unplugged and slow weekend.
Kid-Friendly Brunch Restaurants in Jasper
Jasper Park Lodge | Old Lodge Rd
Albeit it’s a bit of a splurge, you’re going to find kid-friendly breakfast options, and find that kids under five eat free at Jasper Park Lodge. With colouring sheets, wikistiks and comfortable seating whether you want to huddle on sofas around the fireplace, or at a traditional table, there’s plenty to see and look at while you wait for your food (that’s usually served pretty quickly).
Bonus // even if you’re not staying at Jasper Park Lodge, you can pay for a day pass to visit the hotel and swim in the hot pool!
Cafe Mondo | 616 Patricia St
Go early and grab a quick breakfast at this Mexican inspired cafe. Don’t worry, there are plenty of kid-friendly options! The ham and cheese toastie is a favourite here, ham and cheese pressed in a familiar grilled cheese style of sandwich, on a croissant.
Coco’s Cafe | 608-B Patricia St
Cheesy-scrambled eggs in a portion that was large enough for two small children to share, and plain enough for even the fussiest of kids – and you get to grab something for yourself for breakfast that’s not from one of the chain places in town – because you’re in Jasper, skip those! Coco’s Cafe has all day breakfast, great hot beverage options and is well worth a visit for breakfast when you’re hanging out with the kids.
Bear’s Paw Bakery | 4 Pyramid Road
Grab brunch (like snack bars, baked goods, and breakfast sandwiches) to go from Bear’s Paw Bakery. It’s one of our favourite places to go for hiking snacks to go for a full day of adventure. It’s not overly splurge, and if it’s busy you can always head over to the Other Bear’s Paw.
Water’s Dining Room at the Sawridge Hotel | 76 Connaught Dr
From the eggs benny bar to the banana bread French toast, there are many, many delicious options on the brunch menu at Sawridge – and if you’re not sure (or let’s face it) the kids aren’t sure what they want for breakfast – there’s always the breakfast buffet.