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“A cool brewhouse and restaurant in an old cannery. A huge variety of beer on tap; will satisfy any beer connoisseur. Our favourite is the "20 Napkin Burger" A great item to share and you will love the garnish on this burger...its another smaller burger. A very short walk from our front door (15 mins). And lots of opportunities to take photos of false creek as you walk.”
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“Highly recommended are the waffles and the fricassee. Waffles were nice and soft on the outside and tasted very fresh accompanied by various dip flavors. The fricassee was very tasty and had a good portion of side rib accompanied with a sun side egg cooked perfectly.”
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“The Pacific Centre (corporately styled as CF Pacific Centre) is a shopping mall located in downtown Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, and managed by Cadillac Fairview. Based on the number of stores, most of which are underground, it is the largest mall in Downtown Vancouver with over 100 stores and shops and the 7th busiest mall in Canada with 22.1 million annual visitors as of 2018[3]. Anchor stores include Holt Renfrew, Harry Rosen, H&M, and Nordstrom. The mall is directly connected to the Hudson's Bay department store, Vancouver Centre Mall, two SkyTrain subway stations, and the Four Seasons Hotel Vancouver. For an additional shopping experience, walk over to Robson Street where you will find many more shops and food outlets.”
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Indisk restaurang
“Best Indian food in the city! Be prepared to wait for a table. No reservations but only a 3 minute walk from the house. 3106 Cambie St. ”
135lokala rekommendationer
“Good food. Locally sourced. Great selection of Beer. Relaxed atmosphere. Try: Their burger is my favourite. They Do brunch!”
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Vegetarisk / Vegansk restaurang
“The Naam Restaurant is Vancouver’s premier vegetarian restaurant. Begun as a small café in 1968, it has grown into a full service 24/7 Kitsilano landmark. We consistently win Reader’s Choice “Best Vegetarian” year after year in most major magazines and newspapers. Also voted “Best Late Night” restaurant, the Naam often is runner-up for “Best Salads” against the highest-end restaurants in the city. The menu is extensive. Starters include quesadillas, Tuscan nachos, organic hand-cut Yukon Gold fries with our famous miso gravy; or excellent salads, soups, and croissant melts with guacamole and cheese. For mains, there is a selection of enchiladas, stir-fries, veggie burgers and combination platters. The vegan Dragon Bowls are hugely popular as is our Thai Noodles. There is a full dessert menu: try the vegan raspberry chocolate cake or the Dutch apple-cranberry pie topped with Mario’s premium Italian Ice cream. There is also a range of delicious shakes, fresh juices, our own line of herbal teas, and of course organic coffees. We serve wine, and a good selection of bottled beers and beer on tap including organic Crannog draft. There is a full breakfast menu: pancakes with real maple syrup, huge fruit crepes with organic blueberry topping. omelettes, breakfast specials, and a wide variety of egg and vegan scrambled tofu options. We have the best vegetarian sausages in town. Breakfast is served from 6 am every day, until 11:30 am on weekdays, 1 pm on Saturdays and 2 pm on Sundays. We have a lovely open-air garden patio, a fireplace in winter, and live music every night from 7-10pm. To avoid a line-up, please come early. We take reservations weekdays (but not Friday evenings) for parties between 6 and 15 people. We accept Interac, Visa, MasterCard and Amex. While the Naam has a number of items that range from the $5 to $15 mark, what helps this all-veggie restaurant shine is the hearty portion sizes. You’d be surprised at how much you can fill up with their plate of veggies; we highly recommend trying their fries with extra miso gravy.”
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“Beautiful indoor/outdoor market right by the waterfront overlooking downtown Vancouver. Great food, artisan shops, fresh produce, jewelry and much more...Best part? About $4 gets you across the water (Burrard inlet) for a lovely ride right into the heart of the city.”
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“Commercial Drive has an eclectic mix of independently owned shops, cafe's, restaurants, and food markets. Listen to live music at the Libra Room seven nights a week. Enjoy a pint at the Charlatan, or sip on a latte at the Prado Cafe. There are also a good collection of vintage clothing and furniture stores. ”
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“A great spot for sunset at any time of year. Public art sculptures, a bike path, and lots of city action all around. This is a classic Vancouver scene. ”
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“Offering a recreational space like no other, the Pacific Spirit Regional Park consist of 73 kilometers of walking trails, more than 50 kilometers of cycling ways, gorgeous beaches that offer a view of the inlet and lush greenery that is perfect for some nature therapy! Explore wooded pathways that twirl around waterfalls, trees that add magic to the trails and lookout points that will take your breath away. The park is also dog friendly and often you will find owners taking their dogs along for the hike.”
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Kinesisk restaurang
“upscale Chinese food and craft cocktails. Always busy so make sure you go early or put your name on the list and walk next door to the Keefer bar for a drink”
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“Amazing food. Two dinning areas. One is fancy and a good spot to sit down and take in the atmosphere and the other is more of a takeout area with a small seats for a quick bite. ”
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“Go relax on Jericho beach and grab some sun! Located at the beginning of UBC. Walk, bike or run the 6 km beach path. Amazing scenery and views of the city and mountains. Food and drink stands and washrooms all long the beach walk. ”
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Convention Center
“Canada Place typically offers fun family-friendly experiences depending on the season! If nothing is going on, it is still a wonderful walk around the build and along the seaside!”
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“If you're walking up Main, check this spot out. Rotating food trucks right outside, and close to Cartem's Donuts if that's your thing. ”
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Point of Interest
“Bike the seawall. Rent a bike and see what is arguably the best park in the world. Give yourself about an hour so for a leisurely ride and take in some of the awesome scenery. This is a must do on a nice day in Vancouver but keep in mind it can get busy on weekends.”
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