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Kids’ menu available for children 12 & under

Breakfast

Until 11:30am and all day Saturday and Sunday

About Our Eggs

All our eggs are free-range and baked in the oven. We do not have a grill and are unable to flip eggs over easy, over hard or scrambled.

About Our Sausage

All our sausages are Spolumbo's, made with the leanest pork shoulder and all natural spices. From Alberta, they are gluten-free and have no additives or preservatives.

 

Baked Eggs Benny $1125
our signature interpretation
layers of English muffin, free-range eggs, ham and cheddar, oven baked and topped with hollandaise sauce with shredded redskin potatoes
add side of bacon or sausage$1425
Eggs Sunny Side Up $1125
Your choice of bacon or sausage, free range eggs with roasted pepper, scallions, shredded redskin potatoes and toast
Acme Frittata $1125
lightly whipped free range eggs oven baked with portabella mushrooms, goat cheese and sun-dried tomato, shredded redskin potatoes and toast
add side of bacon or sausage$1425
Breakfast Parfait $950
layers of yogurt, honey, homemade granola and fresh fruit with cinnamon toast
European Breakfast $1000
capicolla, provolone, salami, fresh fruit and chilled hard-boiled egg with croissant
smoked salmon available in place of capicolla
Breakfast Sandwich $1050
with ham, Swiss cheese, free range egg, shredded redskin potato, organic green salad on croissant or pumpernickel

Acme Café is located in the historic Paris Block. Built in 1907 as the Eastern Building, its retail space was occupied by Pierre Paris and Sons Shoes in 1919. The Paris family sold logging boots here for over 60 years.

Hastings Street and Gastown were once the core of downtown Vancouver’s retail and entertainment district. From Abbott Street to Main Street, Hastings was “Theatre Row” with numerous theatres — both film and live. The area was a working-class neighbourhood filled with diners, clothing and shoe shops, and markets, its hub being the iconic Woodward’s Department Store.

The restoration of the Hastings corridor and its historic buildings, including Woodward’s, was something we wanted to be a part of. Acme Café opened in April 2010 in the newly salvaged and restored Paris Block. Our goal was and is to create a space that feels grounded in its community, a spot that might have been there in the area’s heyday.