Downtown Vancouver Restaurants

From authentic French, Italian and West Coast cuisine to sustainable seafood and farm-to-table specialties, Vancouver is a food-lover’s dream. Casual dining restaurants and food trucks dishing up delicious street food are everywhere downtown - just starting walking and follow your nose! For a gorgeous sit-down meal, try any one (or all!) of these well-known eateries around the city. Locations in Stadium/Chinatown, Yaletown and Gastown are a 5 to 15 minute walk from our hotel; the city centre is 10 to 15 minutes by foot, and Coal Harbour/Canada Place is an easy 30-minute walk. Pick your direction, and bon appetite!

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    Bogart’s Bar & Restaurant

    Attached to the Hampton Inn & Suites by Hilton, Downtown Vancouver, Bogart’s Bar serves up mouth-watering share plates, comfort foods and libations with a casual New York-style vibe. Grab a burger with all the fixings for $14 every Friday from 11:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. or stop in for Happy Hour from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday.

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    Frankie’s Italian Kitchen: 765 Beatty Street Italian-style cuisine and live jazz.

    Chambar Restaurant: 568 Beatty Street Unpretentious fine-dining, serving breakfast, brunch, lunch, dinner and dessert.

    Boston Pizza Stadium District: 808 Beatty Street Located beside BC Place Stadium, Boston Pizza is your go to for Pre or Post game meals

    Lupo Restaurant & Vinoteca: 869 Hamilton Street Classic Italian white tablecloth experience, with gluten-free pasta options.

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    Blue Water Café: 1095 Hamilton Street A celebration of flavours from and inspired by B.C.’s Pacific Coast waters.

    Earl’s Kitchen + Bar, Yaletown: 1095 Mainland Street Located in a heritage brick-and-beam construction building and offering upscale casual fare.

    Minami Restaurant: 1118 Mainland Street Celebrating Aburi-style, or flame-seared technique, to Vancouver’s sushi scene.

    The Flying Pig: 1168 Hamilton Street “Nouveau Canadian” bistro-style food featuring local organic ingredients.

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    L’Abattoir Restaurant: 217 Carrall Street (Carrall at Cordova Street) French-influenced West Coast menus for brunch, dinner and dessert.

    Wildebeest: 120 West Hastings Street (Hastings at Abbott Street) Meat-centric, off-cut farmhouse fare with flair.

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    West End

    Forage: 1300 Robson Street Beautiful, flavourful farm-to-table fare.

    CinCin: 1154 Robson Street Modern Italian cuisine with house-made pastas and an incredible wine list.

    Joe Fortes Seafood & Chop House: 777 Thurlow Street (Thurlow and Robson Street) A San Francisco-styled seafood grill with an award-winning wine list.

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    Coal Harbour/Canada Place

    Cardero’s Restaurant & Live Bait Marine Pub: 1583 Coal Harbour Quay Amazing views and seafood served at its best in a cozy harbour-side setting.

    Miku : 70-200 Granville Street (Howe St and Canada Place Way) Gourmet Aburi-style cuisine featuring fresh local and sustainable seafood.

    Tap & Barrel Coal Harbour: 1055 Canada Place Way Serving pub-style food with a stunning harbour-view patio.

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    City Centre

    Le Crocodile: 100-909 Burrard Street A charming blend of French cuisine and West Coast flair.

    Hawksworth Restaurant: 801 West Georgia Street (Georgia and Howe Street) Serving breakfast, brunch, lunch and dinner, this award-winning eatery delivers an inspiring menu.

We recommend checking out the menu as price ranges vary significantly between the recommended restaurants.