Looking for somewhere to eat in Vancouver? Don’t settle for anything less than “to die for”. Here’s a complete list for any craving.
We, in the land of fresh mountain air and salty sea breezes, LOVE OUR JAVA. And apparently it is no longer a club secret. Recently smartertravel.com named Vancouver as one of the world’s top 10 best cities for coffee.
With the sophistication of our beautiful, world-class city has come a revolution in what we expect from our coffee experiences. Appeal is not determined by brew alone. True coffee culture aficionados seek decor & design, ambiance, ethical sourcing, unique brewing techniques, quality baked goods, and of course basics like cleanliness and good service.The following exclusive selections include ONLY spots that hit the mark high in each category. Artigiano and JJ Bean are also solid options for great coffee, but aren't listed below because of their vast number of locations. View Artigiano's locations here, and JJ's here.
Vancouver is home to many good brunch spots. Those listed below are in a different category: they are outstanding. You might also be interested in my best brunch lists for Gastown, Chinatown, Kitsilano, South Granville, Main Street, East Van, Commercial Drive, and Squamish.
Searching for Vancouver's best lunch spots? Whether you're in need of a restaurant ideal for a business meeting, a TGIF-style meal with co-workers or something healthy, grab 'n go-style, you'll find it on this list...
Vancouver's restaurant scene has come a long way over the past 15 years. Average restaurants no longer survive in this town, and new, exciting restaurants concepts are constantly on the horizon. Here's a list of our favourite casual restaurants in Vancouver.
Some of the most romantic memories you can create with your honey (or honey-to-be) are at cozy restaurants. The key is finding locations where you can cuddle up side-by-side, sip lots of wine and get really, really comfortable. Here is a list of Vancouver's most romantic restaurants so you can do just that.