Category: Vancouver Events

There are studies that suggest the best way to stay warm and cozy during the winter months is to indulge in feelings of nostalgia and to fondly recall memories of a different time. This holiday season you can do just that at Burnaby Village Museum’s Heritage Christmas!

The Burnaby Village Museum is where history comes to life ­— here you will find a combination of both heritage and replica buildings meant to represent a typical British Columbian tram-stop community of the 1920’s. The museum is also home to a beautifully restored 1912 vintage carousel, available to ride for a fee of $2.60. The delight it gives to both children and adults alike is sure to create warm memories for all!

Heritage Christmas will allow you to experience some old fashioned fun as you stroll down the streets of the Village to see the dazzling lights, freshly cut wreaths, and vintage-themed displays. With special entertainment scheduled throughout November and December be sure to anticipate community choirs singing their carols, street characters wandering in their period costumes, and street musicians playing their tunes. Family activities include a crafts station for the children and of course a visit with Father Christmas.

For an even more interactive experience challenge the Twelve Days of Christmas scavenger hunt which will send you searching for clues all throughout the site. Free scavenger hunt cards can be found at the gates and at the Ice Cream Parlour.

Photo By: Burnaby Village Museum

Photo By: Burnaby Village Museum

Where: 6501 Deer Lake Ave, Burnaby
When: November 19th, 2016 – January 2nd, 2017 – Hours vary, please check the website for more details.
Rates:
Free gate admission, Carousel rides are $2.60

It is that time of year once again! Fright Night takes over Playland from October 7th to October 31st offering a chilling experience. Open select nights, it features 7 haunted houses, 15 rides and 2 thrilling live shows.

Being Western Canada’s largest Halloween exhibit Fright Nights never disappointments, leaving kids, and adults alike terrified and wishing they never came in the first place. Classics such as Keepers Doll Factory, Haunted Mansion, and Car-N-Evil will be back once again for another year, while attractions such as The Beast, and Hellavator will be giving chills down your spine.

Want to skip the lines? You can purchase a Rapid Pass ensuring you get to the front of the line for all haunted houses as well as once for The Beast, Wooden Roller Coaster, Music Express, Atmosfear and Hellevator. Guests will be able to buy their tickets at participating 7-Eleven locations or online and save $3! Do not wait too long because these tickets are limited and sell out fast every year! For more information on tickets, and dates click here.

To get you ready here’s a look at one of the more popular haunted houses offered.

If you are visiting our wonderful city of Vancouver during September – October you’re in luck. Our 2016/17 hockey season kicks off with four pre-season matches at Rogers Arena to warm the teams up for the fierce, competitive season ahead.

The Canucks will play host to Edmonton (September 28th), San Jose (October 2nd), Arizona (October 3rd) and Calgary (October 6th), before officially kicking off their season with two back to back home opener games on October 15th and 16th.

If you’re visiting after the season kicks off you still have a chance to catch a game!

With the 2016/17 season marking the fourth year of a league-wide four division format, we will see every team visit Rogers Arena at least once, giving everyone the perfect opportunity to see their favourite teams from across the country and USA, fight it out to finish on top of the leader board.

For more information regarding the Vancouver Canucks 2016/17 season dates and tickets visit their website.

DATES TO REMEMBER FOR CANUCKS HOME GAMES

October 15th Season/home opener vs Calgary Flames
December 3rd vs Toronto Maple Leafs
March 7th vs Montreal Canadians
March 11th vs 2016 Stanley Cup Champion Pittsburgh Penguins
April 8th Regular season home finale vs Edmonton Oilers
April 9th Regular season finale at Edmonton Oilers

With autumn just around the corner, do you find yourself wishing that you were in Munich indulging in too much beer and heaps of hearty food? If the answer is yes, then the Harvest Haus Oktoberfest is for you!

Returning for its third year, Harvest Haus is bringing an authentic European-style Volksfest right to downtown Vancouver from September 29th to October 9th. As the largest Germanic-inspired cultural festival on the West Coast, this two-week long event is an immersive experience that seeks to share the tradition of the harvest while celebrating camaraderie and good cheer. There are 9 different sittings to choose from, each with distinct themes and special events such as the Lippensynchron Battle on October 8th or the traditional Sunday brunch on October 9th. Being held at the Queen Elizabeth Theatre Plaza, the Harvest Haus Halle can seat up to 1,000 merrymakers for a guaranteed joyous occasion. Easily accessible by Vancouver’s Skytrain, it is just a quick 5 to 10 minute walk from the Stadium-Chinatown station or Granville station.

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With a full range of European beer, wine, cider, and spirits there will certainly be a perfect fit for all. Food choices from far and wide­­– sample the pork hock rotisserie, sauerkraut, or bratwurst. Then head to the Artisan Bake Shop to pick up a salted pretzel or even an apfelstrudel to satisfy your sweet tooth. After stuffing your belly full, burn those calories on the dance floor or by taking a stroll through the open marketplace and the many stalls it has to offer.

This event allows many to experience the thrills of an Oktoberfest without the airfare, but also provides an opportunity for the creation of new friendships and offers a meaningful glimpse into the Bavarian tradition and culture.

To secure your spot at the festival visit Harvest Haus to purchase your tickets.

Date: September 29th – October 9th, 2016
Where: Queen Elizabeth Theatre Plaza
Cost: $25­­ – $ 95, group/corporate packages available
Restrictions: Ages 19+ only

The beginning of October in Vancouver brings with it the start of cooler weather, earlier nights and thoughts of Halloween. Summer has officially ended, but that doesn’t mean that Vancouver’s activities have ended with it. If you are looking to have a little fun this October, consider the following events!

Hit the Screen

Take a seat and watch some locally produced as well as internationally produced films at the Vancouver International Film Festival. This annual event is one of the biggest film festivals in North America. Check online for the show times and movie screenings, this is one event you won’t want to miss.

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Vancouver International Film Festival
September 29 – October 14, 2016
Buy your tickets here

 

Take a Night Tour

Hear the mysterious and gruesome tales of murders and haunted places in Vancouver in an expertly guided tour. With stops in Stanley Park, the Mountain View cemetery and the Vancouver Police Museum, you’ll be entertained and have some interesting stories to tell your friends!

Haunted Vancouver Trolley Tour

Vancouver Trolley

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October 14 – October 31st 2016 (Excluding Sundays and Mondays)
*Tours will operate on Sunday October 30th and Monday October 31st
Find out how to book your tickets here

Get Spooked

For the biggest collection of haunted houses and rides in BC, take a trip to Fright Nights at the PNE for a thrilling night!

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Photo by: Fright Nights

Fright Nights at the PNE
October 7 – October 31
Buy your passes here

Ride a Miniature Train

A family favourite, the Stanley Park Ghost Train returns this with a new twist! Gather your family and friends in remembrance of our loved ones with the “Day of the Dead” themed ride. Be entertained by live entertainers, stunning lights, and music. Matinee trains run from Friday to Sunday, 11:00am to 5:00pm.

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Photo By: City of Vancouver

Stanley Park Ghost Train
October 8 to October 31, 2016
Buy your tickets today and find out more here

Laugh Out Loud

Described as “Pixar meets Waiting for Godot” this unique blend of visually stunning imagery and physical comedy and wit will have you laughing all night.

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James & Jamesy in the Dark
October 5 – October 16, 2016
Buy your tickets today and find out more here

Calling all you lovers out there, our city’s new art installation is for you!

A sculpture dedicated to eternal love opened in Queen Elizabeth Park recently. Couples can attach locks to the structure, located near the park’s Bloedel Conservatory. Designed by local artist Bruce Voyce, it features a set of four sculptures huddled together under umbrellas.

“This art project celebrates the shelter that love brings and the union that it forms,” reads the Park Board’s description. “Love has no boundaries and therefore the human forms in the sculpture have been left both ageless and genderless, locked together in an everlasting embrace.”

Photo by: CBC

Photo by: CBC

Voyce’s project differs from other love lock installations around the world. In many cities, couples are known to hang locks on popular bridges; most notably the Pont des Arts Bridge in Paris, as well as the Brooklyn Bridge in New York City. This however, comes with some public safety concerns. Recently, officials in Paris had to remove hundreds of locks from a portion of the bridge that was collapsing. In Brooklyn, officials had to remove many locks over safety concerns for the vehicles below. Voyce’s installation also features a drop box for the keys, instead of throwing them into the trash. These keys will be collected and used for future art projects in the city.

Photo by: CBC

Photo by: CBC

The ‘Love in the Rain’ Sculpture is located in Queen Elizabeth Park (4600 Cambie St, Vancouver, BC).

If Vancouver winters are known for one thing, it must be the rain. Sure, we’ve got mountains that offer great skiing and winter hiking trails amid lush greenery, but for most, the winters in Vancouver can seem wet, foggy and interminable. While it’s easy to stay in on those rainy days, Vancouver offers many great indoor attractions that will keep you warm, dry and entertained. Here is a list of the top museums and attractions to visit this March in Vancouver while you patiently wait for spring to come out in full bloom.

TELUS World of Science

Science World, a legacy of Expo ’86, is a well-known family favourite located in Vancouver’s False Creek area. Science World offers interactive displays and exhibits to educate and inspire visitors. During your visit, you can learn about sustainable energy consumption and even have your mind tricked by optical illusions. Watch the new OMNIMAX film, America Wild: National Parks Adventure, displayed in the geodesic dome. As well, don’t forget to visit the feature exhibition, Body Worlds: Animal Inside Out. This exhibition features Dr. Gunther von Hagens’ plastination technique on over 100 specimens, allowing you to see the anatomy and physiology of animals in a way you never thought possible. Come see why people around the world flock to Body Worlds’ exhibits. But be quick – Animal Inside Out ends its Vancouver run on March 28th.

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Photo By: Science World

Vancouver Art Gallery

The Vancouver Art Gallery is Western Canada’s largest art institution and is one of Vancouver’s best known museums. To shake things up in 2016, they are putting on their biggest exhibition yet: a new, groundbreaking modern art exhibit three years in the making that will take over all four floors of the gallery. Until June 12th, MashUp: The Birth of Modern Culture, explores the evolution of visual culture through various media during the last one hundred years. From Pablo Picasso and the birth of modern art to digital art and production of the twenty-first century, this highly talked-about exhibit is sure to have something to please – or intrigue – everyone.

Photo By: Vancouver Art Gallery

Photo By: Vancouver Art Gallery

Vancouver Aquarium

Nestled within beautiful Stanley Park, the Vancouver Aquarium is one of Vancouver’s top attractions. With plenty of indoor galleries and covered outdoor viewing, the Aquarium is guaranteed to give you a fun, informative and dry day – but make sure to watch out for the splash zone near the belugas! A visit provides a great chance to discover the aquatic ecosystems of British Columbia, learn about the biology and care of their marine mammals, and even touch a few marine creatures. Meet Chester, the false killer whale that was rescued as a baby and learn about the ongoing research in Canada’s Arctic region. In addition, opening March 10th is the new and exciting feature exhibition, Discover Rays. This will highlight two types of rays in a brand-new touch pool. You will learn all about  their biology, threats they are facing, and how they are cared for by Aquarium staff.

Photo By: Vancouver Aquarium

Photo By: Vancouver Aquarium

Richmond Olympic Experience

The Richmond Olympic Experience, or ROX, is a new attraction in the Greater Vancouver area located at the Richmond Oval. Built for the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics, the ROX opened last November and is also the first of the International Olympic Committee’s Olympic Museums to open in North America. This state-of-the-art facility will immerse you in a complete Olympic experience. The sport simulators will give you the impression of racing down a bobsleigh track or ski jumping at over 100km/h! Interactive challenges will also give you a chance to test your athletic skills and compare yourself to real Olympic athletes. The ROX also showcases moments and memorabilia of past Olympics and Canadian Olympians. For adults and children alike, this may be your best chance at bringing out your inner Olympian!

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Photo By: Miss604

Royal BC Museum

The Royal BC Museum is located in Victoria, British Columbia’s capital city. Situated by the Inner Harbour between the equally impressive Parliament Buildings and the Empress Hotel, the Royal BC Museum is one of Canada’s best cultural museums, collections and archives. The Royal BC Museum boasts impressive natural history and anthropology exhibits such as: the First People’s Gallery and The Wildlife Photographer of the Year showcase, which runs until April 4th.  The Wildlife Photographer of the Year, produced by the Natural History Museum in London, is a showcase and competition of the best nature photographs from around the world. This past year’s overall competition was won by Canadian photographer, Don Gutoski! Moreover, on display until April 28th in the lobby of the museum is the Rolls Royce that John Lennon owned and famously visited Buckingham Palace in before having it painted yellow in a gypsy style. Although it’s a rare occasion to see it on display, the car was donated to the province and has been in the museum collections for over twenty years!

Photo By: Royal BC Museum

Photo By: Royal BC Museum

Valentine’s Day is fast approaching us in Vancouver, and Cupid is no doubt getting ready for this holiday by polishing his trusty bow and arrow. With all the cotton-candy pink, bright red, and heart shaped boxes of chocolate, doesn’t it induce a craving inside of you that can only be satisfied by copious amounts of sugary sweets and rich, sweet desserts?
Lucky for you, we’ve compiled a list of the top 12 places here in Vancouver to indulge that sweet tooth. Whether you’re spending the day with a loved one, or just finding an excuse to delight in a dessert (after all, you deserve a treat!), then look no further.

The Secret Garden Tea Company

A classic high-tea experience is what you’ll find at this quaint establishment, with shiny china tea cups and cloth napkins to charm you out of your fancy socks. For high-tea, you will receive a three tier tray of beautiful goodies, loaded with scones, sweets, tiny sandwiches, and of course, tea. From tangy tarts to beautiful pastries and everything in-between, this delightfully elegant experience is perfect for a leisurely afternoon. Gluten-free and vegetarian options are also available, as well as take-home orders made in advance. Don’t forget to wear your pearls!

Must Try: Dark chocolate pecan cake with milk chocolate chantilly. It looks decadent and almost too pretty to eat, but it’s worth every bite.
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Thierry Chocolate Patisserie Cafe

With seasonal treats such as candied chestnut lattes and chai apple cider, this cafe has easily built itself a sweet reputation (pun intended). Pick up a small batch of chocolates here, with prices running for individual pieces ($1.95) to a large box ($33.95), and everything in between! They use ingredients such as Tahitian vanilla, Quebec maple syrup, and the finest chocolate to craft these treats for you. If chocolate isn’t your thing, then take a nibble at one of their colorful macarons.

Must Try: The chocolate chip brown sugar macaron is a must, as is the cassis flavored one (a sweet, red liquer flavor with blackcurrants). Both pack a pleasant punch in terms of flavor.
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Nero Belgian Waffle Bar

A classic go-to for the city’s best waffles! You can choose between 2 types of waffles to start off with: brussels waffles (light and crispy waffles), or liege waffles (sweet and fluffy). After that, you have a hard decision to make. You can choose between 9 different flavors, with classic ones such as fresh strawberries and fluffy whipped cream, or branch out and try more decadent ones such as their orange mousse flavor (fresh orange pieces and dark belgian chocolate mousse.

Must Try: Their Bresilienne waffle (a Liege waffle with creamy vanilla ice cream, whipped cream peaks, hazelnut crumble, and a dash of caramel sauce) is to die for! It looks as good as it tastes!

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Chicco Cafe

In the mood for a mouthwatering Japanese ice cream parfait? Not yet? Don’t worry, once you step foot into this quirky little cafe full of little cakes and parfaits, you’ll be dreaming about the next time you’re able to drop by again. With a colorful assortment of Japanese desserts to choose from, you’ll never be out of options. The towering ice cream parfaits were made for sharing with a loved one!

Must Try: Their popular green tea parfait is refreshingly light and sweet. Make sure to pick up a Japanese baked sweet from their counter before you leave to take home!
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Earnest Ice Cream

A beloved favourite in Vancouver since its launch in 2012, this popular and often talked about ice cream parlour features seasonal flavors that rotate throughout the year, perfected in small batches. An interesting fact about Earnest Ice Cream is that it is the first of its kind to pack pints of their delicious ice cream in glass jars that can be returned and reused. You can enjoy an ice cream cone at the store, and then take home a pint (or two!) of your favourite flavor once you’re finished. They also have delicious vegan options for those who go dairy-free!

Must Try: The London Fog flavor is one of their most well-known flavors, made with light Earl Grey tea and sweet vanilla. Often recommended! Another favourite is their Peanut Butter and Jam flavor, which features house-made berry jam with light peanut butter, which is the perfect sweet and salty combination for those who like to have it all.

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Beta5 Chocolates

Known as one of the top ten chocolatiers in North America, Beta5 has definitely lived up to its status in terms of their treats. Their products are visually pleasing as well as tummy pleasing. They fuse together art with chocolate, and their creations speak for themselves. From their unique cream puffs to their richly decorated chocolates, this is one place you can’t pass by if you’re a chocoholic. Beta5 has collaborated with local artists to create fixed gift boxes in which you can purchase dozens of their chocolates to give to your special Valentine.

Must Try: The Vietnamese Coffee cream puff is as unique as it sounds! A unique blend of coffee, blonde chocolate cremeux, and condensed milk chantilly, this white and purple treat is worth biting into. Of course, their signature chocolates bo12 unique pieces) are worth mentioning as well, with flavors such as The Whole Cherry, Caramelized Banana, and Jasmine Tea.

Styo Dessert

The name Styo means “frozen yogurt in style”, and with this dessert place, you’d be hard pressed to find a treat that doesn’t suit your style and taste. Their towering swirls of frozen yogurt are decorated with sweet syrups and topped off with a crunchy cookie straw. Their frozen yogurt boasts colorful swirls of the creamy treat and have unique toppings that make the frozen treat one of a kind.

Must Try: The Strawberry Kiss parfait boasts tart frozen yogurt, fresh strawberries, popping candy, and marshmallows, turning it into one luscious treat. If you’re more adventurous with your desserts, try their Green Tea Harmony parfait, which consists of green tea frozen yogurt, sweet red beans, crunchy cereal, jiggly coffee jelly, and a pillowy cream puff.

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CrackleCreme

Creme brulee and lattes, oh my! CrackleCreme specializes in this popular custard and caramel treat, with liquor based ones as well as vegan options! It’s a unique twist on this classic treat, with extraordinary flavors such as bourbon butterscotch, dulce de leche, and even frosted flakes cereal. If you’re looking for a familiar dessert, but with amped up flavors, then Cracklecreme is your perfect after-dinner stop! If you’d prefer to have your dessert at home, Cracklecreme also offers their creme brulee in take-home mason jars, so you can enjoy their treats on your very own couch.

Must Try: Their creamy vanilla latte pairs perfectly with their vegan pina colada creme brulee. A hint of sweetness and tangy tartness from the pineapple makes these two a match made in confection heaven!

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Soirette Macarons & Tea

The first thing you notice when you step foot inside Soirette Macarons & Tea is their bright display of colorful meringue-based macarons. They promise that their macarons are “wonderful little bites of airiness and flavor”, just as they should be! Their bright, delicate flavors and crunchy shells make them a delight to share with a loved one. Get a box of them in a beautifully decorated white and powder blue box, and attempt to guess each of its wonderful flavors as you devour each one. Don’t forget to sit back and relax with a cup of their herbal tea while you nibble each vibrant treat.

Must Try: Their seasonal flavors are interesting and intriguing at the same time. For a sweet tooth, you must try the Blackberry and Pear macaron (a lovely raspberry colored macaron with splashes of yellow across the top), which is refreshing and tangy at the same time. Another must-try is their Santa’s Milk & Cookies flavor (a white macaron with little chocolate “chips” on top), which is every bit as indulgent and rich as the name suggests.

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Lucky’s Doughnuts at 49th Parallel

The doughy confections you get from this charming little shop are simple, but worth every bite. The store opened in June 2012, after years of perfecting their simply-made, delightful dessert rings. Often noted as one of the best doughnut places around Vancouver, Lucky’s Doughnuts at 49th Parallel offers a wide range of flavors that change frequently, so you can experience as many new flavors as possible! Their doughy works of art are nothing to be sneezed at, with each one looking more extraordinary and delicious than the next. A must-try for any doughnut lover!

Must Try: The PB&J Remix is the most unique of the bunch! A square doughnut (yes, a square doughnut) filled with creamy peanut butter in all four corners, topped off with a tantalizing blueberry glaze, and sprinkled with crunchy, crushed peanuts! The doughnut itself is worthy of a picture or two. If you’ve got an Elvis lover in you, you’ll go nuts for the Memphis Flash doughnut, a stick doughnut named after Elvis’ favourite snack (supposedly). A peanut butter pastry cream filled stick doughnut topped with Nutella and pieces of caramelized banana. You “can’t help falling in love” with this one!
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Capstone Tea & Fondue

Everyone needs to experience the joy of dipping cakes, pretzels, fruit, and cheese into mouthwatering melted chocolate over a burning candle at least once in their lives, and what better time than Valentine’s Day to give it a spin? You can choose your own personal-sized cheese pot or chocolate pot (56% dark chocolate or milk chocolate) to dip your fruit and cakes into. The chocolate fondue set comes with cubed fruits, tea cookies, and an assortment of pastry items. The cheese fondue comes with seasonal fruits as well, veggies and baked potatoes, and artisan French bread and assorted pastries.

Must Try: The fondue experience is not one to be missed! Although by itself, the cheese and chocolate fondue pots are mouthwateringly delicious, you have the option of getting a chocolate fondue add-on, which happens to be mini ice cream truffles! You can order 6 or 12 ice cream truffles with toppings to dip into the chocolate, which will harden over the ice cream into a perfect treat.

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With cupcakes this amazing, you’ll want your loved one to take a bite as well! This cupcake store looks good enough to eat! A pastel hued, retro-styled Vancouver cupcake shop that churns out custom cakes, wedding cakes, and of course, cupcakes; this sweet stop is sure to satisfy your cravings for this delightful dessert. Their enormous cupcakes are crafted with real buttercream that melts in your mouth, the softest and fluffiest cake base, and the most picture worthy toppings as far as confections go. Bite into one of the best cupcakes Vancouver has to offer and I guarantee your sweet tooth will thank you!

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Must Try: The tiramisu cupcake is made of vanilla coffee marble cake with cocoa powder dusted on top of their cream cheese peaks. It’s like a vanilla latte in a cupcake, full of intense flavor and creamy richness. Just one bite, and you’ll fall in love.

 

Now that we’ve got the dessert part of Valentine’s Day figured out for you, all you have to do make the hard decision of picking your favourite!

Looking for a place to grab a bite after visiting the Vancouver Lookout?  Don’t worry, we’ve got it covered! We compiled 5 of our favourite restaurants, all within a 5 minute walk from the Lookout. From Japanese fusion to good ol’ comfort food, this list provides a variety of cuisines that will satisfy your hunger from a long day of exploration around the city!

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Salt Tasting Room

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Located in Blood Alley, the heart of Gastown, Salt Tasting Room lets you pick your own tasting plate from a selection of 30 different items. If you’re feeling a little adventurous, allow the staff at Salt to choose a plate for you – it’s sure to create a memorable experience.

45 Blood Alley, Gastown
604-633-1912

Tacofino

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Originated from Tofino, British Columbia, Tacofino has expanded to Downtown Vancouver. With locations all around the city (including food trucks!), Tacofino has made its way into the hearts of tourists and locals. The Gastown location of Tacofino offers a Taco and Burrito bar. We suggest pairing the Guac and Dips with the famous Fish Taco and ending the meal off with Churros!

15 West Cordova Street
604-899-7907

Tuc Craft Kitchen

Photo By: The Travel Mentor

Photo By: The Travel Mentor

Tuc Craft Kitchen’s menu is filled with dishes inspired from cultures around the world. With their rustic dishes mixed with the contemporary interior design, this is a restaurant that you must try if you’re visiting! Try their Crispy Bacon & Egg – a twist on the old-fashioned Scotch egg!

60 West Cordova Street
604-559-8999

Waterfront

Miku

Photo By: Miku Restaurant

Photo By: Miku Restaurant

Positioned at Waterfront by Canada Place, Miku brought Aburi-style cuisine to Vancouver in 2008. Their menu features a variety of sushi as well as Ocean Wise seafood platters. Along with their tasty dishes, the view is also unbelievable when the sun sets. This makes a great place for a special night out with friends and family!

70-200 Granville Street, Granville Square
604-568-3903

Gyoza Bar

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Photo By: Northern Alpine

Widely recognized as the first gyoza bar in Vancouver, Gyoza Bar doesn’t fail to fill your stomach with yummy house-made dishes! Known for their different takes on traditional Japanese gyozas, they also offer other dishes such as Bao Boards and ramen. Give their Lettuce Wrapped Crispy Chicken Taco Gyoza a try – guaranteed to satisfy your taste buds!

622 West Pender Street
604-336-5563

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